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The First 2 Years: Cognitive Development Ch 6 Piaget’s Sensorimotor Intelligence 1. Jean _______________ term for the way infants think. 2. They use their… 3. Infants are smart and adaptive learners. 4. Stages 1 and 2 - _______________ Circular Reactions a. Involves… b. Stage 1 (Birth – 1 month)… c. Stage 2 (1 month – 4 months) 5. Stages 3 and 4 – _______________ Circular Reactions a. Involves… b. Stage 3 (4 months – 8 months) … c. Stage 4 (8 months – 1 year) … d. In these stages, the infant reveals __________-_______________ behavior. e. Object permanence appears at about _____ months. 6. Stages 5 and 6 – _______________ Circular Reactions a. Involves… b. Stage 5 (12 months – 18 months)… c. Stage 6 (18 months – 24 months) … a. Toddlers at this age begin to think about _______________ b. Another accomplishment is that of _______________ _______________ Information Processing 1. Affordances a. As information processing abilities improve over the first year, infants begin to recognize affordances more quickly.
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Unformatted text preview: b. Visual cliff experiements. .. c. Movement and People 2. Memories are particularly evident when … a. b. c. d. Implicit vs. explicit memory … Language Development 1. The Sequence a. The timing of language acquisition varies, but the sequence does not. i. __________ – crying, facial expression, movement ii. __________ – cooing, fussing, laughing iii. __________ – squeals, growls, coos, vowel sounds iv. __________ – babbling (including consonants and vowels) v. __________ – comprehension of simple words, specific vocalizations that make sense to the caregiver vi. __________ – first spoken words that are recognizable vii. __________ – vocabulary growth, up to about 50 words viii. __________ – 3 new words per day ix. __________ – two word sentence x. __________ – multiword sentence b. Child-directed speech… 2. First words a. Holophrase . .. b. Naming explosion … 3. Cultural differences … 4. Theories of language development...
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