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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

[PSY311H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (73 pages long)

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A branch of developmental psychology: the child"s on psyche; the development of who he/she is as a human being. Observing their social behaviours simil
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[PSY311H5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (43 pages long!)

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A branch of developmental psychology: the child"s on psyche; the development of who he/she is as a human being. Observing their social behaviours simil
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySummer

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Heredity, Heritability

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The nature of parent-infant interactions are likely determined by sophisticated mechanisms governed by two general principles. Non-shared environmental
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mental Model, Amygdala, Joint Attention

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Social development: a branch of psychology that studies aspects such as the changes overime in a child"s understanding of aitudes and acions towards ot
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UTMPSY311H5B StewartFall

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sole Custody, Cognitive Development, Observational Learning

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Younger children from global concept; older children make finer distinctions and allow for circumstances. E. g. older children: i am good at hockey but
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySpring

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Family Therapy, Parenting Styles, Oedipus Complex

The self is associated with the child"s cognitive development. It develops through the process of social comparison and social experiences. As children
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySummer

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: John Bowlby, Sociobiology, Naturalistic Observation

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The other tests have very few questions because they"re all the same as the 2012 one below! 2012 (15 points each, pick 3/4, base answers on lectures):
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySummer

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Longitudinal Study, Tabula Rasa, Gender Role

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Social and emotional competence is predicted by attachment security. Compared to children that were insecurely attached, securely attached children (12
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Teddy Bear, Gender Role, Sole Custody

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The self and others: the self is asso(cid:272)iated (cid:449)ith the (cid:272)hild"s (cid:272)og(cid:374)iti(cid:448)e de(cid:448)elop(cid:373)e(cid:37
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: John Bowlby, Ontario Health Insurance Plan, Psychopathy

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Parenting and socialization (chapter 13, lecture 8) Socialization is the transmission of standards in any given society from one generation to the next
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Toronto Mississauga, Sigmund Freud, Cerebral Cortex

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PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y5 Final Exam 2011 Winter

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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Thematic Apperception Test, Moon Illusion

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___: renata recently had a magnetic resonance imaging (mri) scan done. The results showed that her brain has enlarged ventricles and a thalamus that is
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ventromedial Nucleus Of The Hypothalamus, Fraternities And Sororities, Collective Unconscious

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_b__: people who score high in __________ are characterized as outgoing, sociable, upbeat, friendly, and assertive, neuroticism, extraversion, conscien
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Anorexia Nervosa, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Schizophrenia

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___a: selena constantly thinks about climbing up the stairs to the roof of her building and jumping into the street below. Selena"s uncontrollable thou
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UTMPSY100Y5AllFall

PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y5 Final Exam 2013 Winter

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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Toronto Mississauga, Grape, Joseph Wolpe

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The university of toronto mississauga and you, as a student, share a commitment to academic integrity. You are reminded that you may be charged with an
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PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y Final Exam 2013 Summer

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PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y5 Final Exam 2014 Summer

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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Toronto Mississauga, Mitsubishi Delica, Ct Scan

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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture 5: Lecture 5

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The development of the understanding of the self, and the other people is a lifelong developmental process, which results from individuals cognitive de
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Child Development, Scientific Method, Developmental Psychology

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A branch of developmental psychology: the child"s on psyche; the development of who he/she is as a human being. Observing their social behaviours simil
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ethology, Kwadukuza, Webcam

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Child"s first relationship is generally referred to as an attachment. Relationship is usually very strong and reciprocal. Distinction between attachmen
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Frontal Lobe, Homeschooling, Legal Liability

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Traditional theoretical/philosophical approaches as to why and how this takes place: the child is born complete and needs to be left alone to develop (
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Typical Male, Role Theory, Observational Learning

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Infancy distinguish faces by sex: these are done by tests; looking at how long a child will look at novel and strange faces. 2 years label by sex: i am
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: 18 Months, Joint Attention, Peekaboo

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The emergence of the first relationship is fascinating and may be a prototype for all subsequent relationships. We infer relationship from interaction
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Single Parent, These Kids, 6 Years

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PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Psychopathology, Protective Factor, Psychopathy

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So we want to see/understand key events that play this role. Neuroses (psychological difficulty, lack of adjustment) are only acquired during early chi
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Schizophrenia, Romanian Orphans, Heredity

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An attempt to organist the facts about the adaptive significance of social behavior in animals and by extension, in human beings. The systematic study
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Once Group, Object Permanence, Cooperative Learning

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Orderly developmental sequences are found in children"s intention with peers. Category systems have been created to describe individual differences in
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Amygdala, Mental Model, Meta-Analysis

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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Chapter 6: TEXTBOOK Chapter 6

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Individual self: aspects of the self that make a person unique and separate from others. Relational self: aspects of the self that involve connections
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Chapter 10: TEXTBOOK Chapter 10

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Sex refers to a person"s biological identity as male or female. Gender is used to refers to the person"s socially constructed identity. Gender tying: t
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Little Albert Experiment, Parental Investment, Ethology

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The study of children"s development is a relatively recent enterprise. In the medieval period, people viewed children as miniature adults and did not r
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySpring

PSY311H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Demography Of The United States, Mixed-Sex Education, Racial Integration

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PSY311H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Peer Group, Peer Pressure, Social Skills

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PSY311H5 Chapter 7: TEXTBOOK Chapter 7

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Chapter 7: family (pgs. 187-: a family is a social unit in which parents and children share economic, social, and emotional rights and respo(cid:374)si
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Homologous Chromosome, Fragile X Syndrome, Turner Syndrome

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PSY311H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Pulitzer Prize For Public Service, Comprehensive Sex Education, Nocturnal Enuresis

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Social policy: a set of planned actions to solve a social problem or attain a social goal: purposes of social policies, provide information children"s
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PSY311H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Meta-Analysis, Sexting, Ichat

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PSY311H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oral Stage, Psychopathy, John Bowlby

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An infant"s production of strings of consonant- vowel combinations. A person"s concept of self within a group, such as a group based on race or gender.
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PSY311H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sociometric Status, Parenting Styles, John Bowlby

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PSY311H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Psychoanalysis, Panic Attack, Psychosis

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PSY311H5 Midterm: PSY311 Term Test 2 Short Answer

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