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022607_Development2_post - Exam Distribution 45 40 35 30 25...

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More about Scores Mean: 33.34 Median: 34 54.2% got a score of 34 (85%) or higher 43.8% got 33 (82.5%) or lower Mode: 35 (41 people got that exact score) 14 people (3.4%) received 100% 156 people (37.3%) received 90% or higher
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Development: Day 2 Childhood
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Overview: Childhood Piaget’s Stages: Preoperational to Concrete Operational Conservation Egocentrism Social-Cognitive Development Theory of Mind Pretend Play and Imagination
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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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Preoperational Stage Failure of Conservation Which is more? After age six, conservation occurs
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Preoperational Stage Film Clip: Ryan and Blaine
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Preoperational Stage Egocentrism: Difficulty in viewing the world from someone else’s eyes. More generally, children younger than three or four can’t think about what someone else is thinking
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Social Cognition What do children younger than three understand about the mind? 18-month-olds realizes that sometimes
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