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Chapter 10: Development secure attachment is associated with the best outcome for kids Piaget argued that development wasn't domain-general and continuous scaffolding adolescents may not always make mature decisions about engaging in risky behaviors because their front lobe isn't fully mature Social Development physical growth takes years newborns are relatively helpless brain development through teens slow biological growth allows time for environment to shape child (huge role for culture and upbringing) babies pay more attention to human faces, spontaneously imitate facial expressions, inclined to get attached to adult(s) Visual preferences in newborns spend more time looking at patterns than solids spend the most time looking at a drawing of a face shown blank shape, proper face, or scrambled facial features looked more intensely at proper face Social referencing: Visual Cliff visual cliff – glass top table that looks like it drops halfway
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2012 for the course PSYCH 111 taught by Professor Schreier during the Fall '08 term at University of Michigan.

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