022307_Development1 - Announcements Exam #3 scores should...

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Announcements Exam #3 scores should be posted this afternoon Final is not cumulative. Exam #4 will cover only last three chapters and last set of lectures (and the online activity).
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Development: Day 1 Amazing Babies
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Overview Cognitive Development Piaget’s stage theory Infants might know more than we think Objects Numbers People Social Development Attachment Assessing attachment
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The baby, assailed by eyes, ears, nose, skin, and entrails at once, feels it all as one great blooming, buzzing confusion… - William James (1890) Principles of Psychology
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Jean Piaget
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Piaget: Cognitive Development Stage Age Abilities Sensorimotor 0 to 2 years Sensing/moving Object permanence Pre- operational 2 to 7 years Symbolic thought Pretend play Concrete Operational 7 to 11 years Rule-based thinking Concrete logic Formal Operations 11 to adult Abstract logic Hypothesis testing
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Piaget: Cognitive Development Stage Age Abilities Sensorimotor 0 to 2 years Sensing/moving Object permanence Pre- operational 2 to 7 years Symbolic thought Pretend play Concrete Operational 7 to 11 years Rule-based thinking Concrete logic Formal Operations 11 to adult Abstract logic Hypothesis testing
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Sensorimotor Stage Object knowledge in the sensorimotor stage: out-of-sight, out of existence? Object permanence:
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Passer during the Spring '07 term at University of Washington.

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