PSY 332 Early Childhood 2

PSY 332 Early Childhood 2 - EARLY CHILDHOOD 2 Cognitive...

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EARLY CHILDHOOD 2 Cognitive Development a. Memory development -start of permanent memory processes i. Speed and efficiency improve 1. Three memory process a. Encoding b. Storage c. Retrieval 2. Three types of memory a. Sensory -only lasts for a second or two b. Short-term (working memory) -contains all of the information in the here and now -whatever task you're working on i. Can keep information in this type of memory for a few minutes c. Long-term memory -things we will need and use over and over again 3. Recognition -the ability to identify something you've encountered before a. Not a process but more of a sensation of familiarity b. Matching a mental representation to an object 4. Recall -the ability to reproduce knowledge of something from memory a. Conveying the properties of something represented in memory a. Expansion of symbolic thought i. Piaget -the preoperational stage 1. Not yet able to use logic 2. Getting better at causality, categorization, quantity, etc. a.
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