ISS 4-13-2011 - • Preoperational Intuitive Thought(2-7 o...

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ISS 4-13-2011 12:17 Engaging Groups of Dyads Middle-class EuroAmerican children primarily engage in exclusive one-on-one  (dyadic) interactions Other Societies stress multiparty engagement.   Age as Life Cycle Marker Age governed institutions in the US o Maturity rather than competencies determine access to community  activities: drive car, vote, marry, drink o Retirement at 65 Developmental milestones o IQ tests to test mental age in regards to chronological age Tracking time of birth was not closely tracked in the early 1900’s Piaget’s Schemata Schemata: Internalized representation of external world Perceptual, Invariant Thought o Children put items in mouth, and push things off table etc.
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Unformatted text preview: • Preoperational, Intuitive Thought (2-7) o Abel to make intuitive judgments o Lacks sense of conservation (quarters) • Concrete, Operational Thought (7-11) o Can deal with complex visible processes and relationships, but not capable of verbal reasoning o Reversible Thinking: the ability to mentally trace an event back to its starting point • Formal, Propositional Thought (11+) o Capable of thinking logical, and has verbal reasoning Responsibility • 5-7 begin to be responsible and teachable • 8-10 parents begin to count on children to understand and to help with competence and reliability. 12:17 12:17...
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ISS 210 taught by Professor Zimmerman during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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