LEcture 7 - Midterm room assignments A to Li Shirley AL 116...

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Midterm room assignments A to Li, Shirley: AL 116 Li, Wan Wen Walter to Paglia: RCH 105 Pan to Ralphs: RCH 106 Rao to Vuong: PAS 2083 Vyas to Z: PAS 1241 OOMS WILL BE THE SAME ON NOVEMBER
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Midterm material Lectures 2 to 7 (includes today) Readings (parentheses = old textbook) Chapter 1, Module 1.1. (Chapter 3, Module 3.1) Chapter 2 (Chapter 5, Module 5.3) Chapter 3 (Chapter 6) Chapter 4, Modules 4.1 and 4.2 ONLY, stop at short section called “core knowledge theories” at end of Module 4.2 . (Chapter 7, Modules 7.1 and 7.2 ONLY). 2
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Today Finish Piaget Highlights of two other views. Vygotsky Information-processing Prep for midterm 3
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The concrete operational stage: summary At concrete operational stage, children have acquired almost all features of mature human thought. Only missing feature is logic and conditional reasoning . 4
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Formal Operations Last stage Starts around age 11 Major change: conditional reasoning Concrete operational: focused on events that actually happened Formal operational: can imagine what might have, or what might happen. Can think of “possible worlds” in addition to actual world. 5
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Conditional reasoning Basis of scientific method: hypotheses & predictions. Example of a hypothesis: If babies don’t distinguish self & world, expect them to believe that objects “cease to exist” when not perceptible. Concrete Operationals use past experience to solve conditionals If hit this glass with a hammer, it will break. Don hit glass with hammer. Did it break? Concrete & formal say “yes” If hit this glass with a feather, it will break. Don hit glass with a feather. Did it break? Concrete: no. Formal: yes. example 6
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Piaget: summary Cognitive development: long process of assimilations, accommodations, and equilibrations.
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