PSY 101 #2 - Emily Rushton G00392791 12/3/07 Developmental...

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Emily Rushton G00392791 12/3/07 Developmental Psychology Vol. 43 March, 2007 P 309-317 1. What question or questions does this article address? This article addresses exactly how much fourteen to eighteen month olds know what others experienced. Fourteen and eighteen month old toddlers were shown three toys (a ball, a teddy bear and a car) always in this order. They were then asked to select certain toys successively and hand to the study instructor. The parent did not engage in the experiencing of the toys. The child would watch the study instructor manipulate the toy and then set it down. The instructor left after experiencing the second toy, and then left the room. The second instructor manipulated the third toy, and then it was then tested as to how much the infant comprehended the manipulation of the toys. The question addressed was whether or not it mattered that the study instructor experienced or did not experience the toy in front of the child.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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PSY 101 #2 - Emily Rushton G00392791 12/3/07 Developmental...

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