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Chapter 1 Continuous- the skill is always there, it’s just evolving; it’s there, you’re just not capable of doing it Discontinuous- you can’t do anything, so you learn in baby steps (ex: walking… you have to crawl first) ‘One’ course- no matter what we’ll all go through the same stages ‘Many’ course- everyone will develop differently Nature- the hereditary info we receive from our parents at the moment of conception Nurture- complex forces of the physical & social world that influence our Theories Psychoanalytic: Freud & Erikson; biological drives vs. social expectations; I’m going to do what I want to do as opposed to what society says I should do (not a lot of empirical support) Behaviorism: Pavlov; the idea that you can condition a person to do something, whether it’s to fear something or not to fear something; still applied in psychology Social Learning: Bandura; you learn everything from you’re environment (the
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