Infant Lecture 2

Infant Lecture 2 - Infant Lecture 2 January 22, 2007...

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Infant Lecture 2 January 22, 2007 New class site Look under modules for chapter terms Publisher’s website has practice tests on it Methods [not on first test] Case Study – in-depth evaluation of an individual [Freud did this] Observation - we gather information with this also - Unstructured - looking at 2 nd graders so go to their classroom, playground, - Structured - in a laboratory, two way mirror to see what children do in free play, we don’t manipulate the children in any way Experiment - has a large group of subjects, some assigned to manipulation and some to control < true experimental design Quasi-exp – we want to know about gender differences and you cant randomly assign gender….separating children out by gender…or age, [ex: how do afr ame children differ from asian] once you get to demographics you don’t have a true experiment Cross-sectional - we are interested in how children change in their attitude toward one and another from 1 st to 2 nd to 3 rd grade. .etc….Problem: the children in 1 st grade have access to technology and culture that the children in 2 nd grade didn’t have when they were in 1 st grade Longitudinal – we sample behavior, intelligence, methods of play, family interaction, we sample child in different time points in their history. Problem: will you last long enough
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course CHEM 160:161 taught by Professor Siegel during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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Infant Lecture 2 - Infant Lecture 2 January 22, 2007...

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