INTRO - INTRO: 6/6/11 CHAPTER 1 Why Study Child...

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6/6/11 INTRO: CHAPTER 1
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6/6/11 Why Study Child
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6/6/11 Why Study Child Raising Children
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6/6/11 Why Study Child Raising Children “You did a good job on that one” “You are good at drawing”
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6/6/11 Why Study Child Choosing social policies
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6/6/11 Choosing Social Policies e.g. Anatomically correct dolls Why Study Child Development?
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6/6/11 Why Study Child *Understanding human nature
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6/6/11 Why Study Child *Understanding human nature Perceiving and recognizing faces
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6/6/11 Why Study Child *Understanding human nature Perceiving and recognizing faces
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6/6/11 Why Study Child *Understanding human nature Perceiving and recognizing faces
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6/6/11 Why Study Child *Understanding human nature (Sensitivity to this first seen at 6 months, but not at 3 months).
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6/6/11 Why Study Child *Understanding human nature (Sensitivity to this first seen at 6 months, but not at 3 months).
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6/6/11 Why Study Child *Understanding human nature Where do our abilities come from? What makes us who we are?
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6/6/11 7 + 2½ Enduring Themes
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6/6/11 1. Nature & Nurture
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6/6/11 Nature – biological endowment, i.e. Genes
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6/6/11 Nature – biological endowment, i.e. Genes Nurture – physical and social environment
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6/6/11 Phenylketonuria (PKU), a genetic disorder phenylalanine tyrosine
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6/6/11 Phenylketonuria (PKU), a genetic disorder
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6/6/11 O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. God keep our land glorious and free! O Canada, we stand on
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6/6/11 Children shape their own development 2. Active Child
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6/6/11 Children shape their own development Shown to babies 36.7 hours old (on average) .
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6/6/11 Children shape their own development
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6/6/11 Infant Trust vs Mistrust Toddler Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt Preschooler Initiative vs Guilt School-age Industry vs Ineriority Adolescent Identity vs Role Confusion 3. How to characterize development?
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6/6/11 Infant Trust vs Mistrust Toddler Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt Preschooler Initiative vs Guilt School-age Industry vs Ineriority Adolescent Identity vs Role Confusion A STAGE THEORY!
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6/6/11 STAGE THEORIES -at each stage a coherent way of thinking, and experiencing the world
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6/6/11 STAGE THEORIES -at each stage a coherent way of thinking, and experiencing the world Infant Trust vs Mistrust Toddler Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt Preschooler Initiative vs Guilt School-age Industry vs Ineriority Adolescent Identity vs Role Confusion
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Eibach during the Spring '11 term at Wilfred Laurier University .

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