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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

[01:830:331] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (186 pages long!)

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Brain development: effects of early experience on brain development. Major portion of brain growth occurs after birth. Infants are born with all the ne
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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

[01:830:331] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

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Study guide: adhd, prevalence of adhd has been rising, can help us window into normal developments, neurobehavioral disorder thought to have loose and
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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

[01:830:331] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 60 pages long Study Guide!

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Focuses on scientific study of systematic processes of change and stability in human children. Growth of body and brain, sensory capacities, motor skil
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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

[01:830:331] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (55 pages long!)

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Tender/swollen breasts or nipples, fatigue; need to take extra naps, slight bleeding or cramping, nausea with/out vomiting, food cravings, frequent uri
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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

01:830:331 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Paramesonephric Duct, Allosome, Fallopian Tube

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Focuses on scientific study of systematic processes of change and stability in human children. Growth of body and brain, sensory capacities, motor skil
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Autobiographical Memory, Cultural-Historical Psychology, Object Permanence

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Piaget and vygotsky is also seen in ed psych chapter 9. Children at all age are like scientists in that they create theories about how the world works.
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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

01:830:331 Quiz: I_CF16 U3_6Piaget on Piaget Qs

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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

01:830:331 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Frontal Lobe, 18 Months, Cerebral Cortex

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Either to external stimuli / internal stimuli: at first infants smile; physiological responses to stimulation (not towards social interaction, whe(cid:
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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

01:830:331 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Vaginal Bleeding, Visual Acuity, Goal Setting

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A type of asexual reproduction in which the offspring develops from unfertilized eggs. You don"t need to find a mate (can reproduce by yourself) You ca
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RUTGERS01:830:331Linnea DickinsonFall

01:830:331 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Tabula Rasa, Unconscious Mind

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It became established within the end of the 19 th century. Suggested that people could better understand themselves when they learn what has influenced
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phineas Gage, Gestalt Psychology, Internal Validity

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In gestalt psychology, our ability to perceive a whole without first noticing its parts is referred to as _____. It set the ground for evolutionary psy
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01:160:307 Midterm: Homework 1

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RUTGERS01:198:111A CentenoFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Insertion Sort, Selection Sort, Substring

List the resulting array after each iteration of the selection sort algorithm. Sort the following array of letters (sort into. Original: [c q s a x b t
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RUTGERS01:160:171M.VitarelliFall

01:160:171 Lecture 3: Density of Water

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In this rst experiment, we calculate the density of water experimentally, using a beaker, buret, and an analytical balance. Density density is recorded
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RUTGERS01:198:170G FuentesFall

01:198:170 Lecture 3: Examples of Numeric Conversions

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RUTGERS01:830:331WestFall

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Quality-Adjusted Life Year, Confounding, Inductive Reasoning

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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture 12: -Moral Understanding and behavior

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Emphasizes moral development as a process of social understanding. One day, a girl named olivia was playing with her mommy. She went into the kitchen a
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RUTGERS01:830:331WestSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Peripheral Nervous System, Neuraxis, Cranial Nerves

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~neuraxis is imaginary line going up spinal cord, through center of brain, making 90o bend at top of head. Think of it like this: primitive animals wer
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Autobiographical Memory, Childhood Amnesia, Metamemory

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Chapter 9l: memory development: autobiographic memory (not deliberate) Infantile amnesia: failure to remember events from the first 2 years of life, fe
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RUTGERS01:830:331WestSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Cerebellum, Cerebral Peduncle, Medulla Oblongata

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~cerebellum means little brain and it looks like a little cerebrum. Covered by cerebellar cortex, has deep cerebellar nuclei. The deep nuclei get proje
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Speech Perception, Fast Mapping, Nonsense Word

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Language: what develops: phonology -- sound system. Vowels and consonants: semantics -- meaning system. Example: running = 2 morphemes (run+ing: syntax
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Language Acquisition Device, Speech Perception, Noam Chomsky

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What is language: theories of language development: nature vs. nurture. Learning theory -- dominated the field until 1970. Children produce sentences t
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RUTGERS01:830:331WestSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Pyramidal Cell, Somatosensory System, Occipital Lobe

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~cats that are born blind have better sense of hearing than normal cats. ~anterior ectosylvian cortex in brain for locating stimuli in space. Three dif
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RUTGERS01:830:331WestSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Glabrousness, Proprioception, Mechanoreceptor

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~there are cutaneous sense that tell you about touch. ~touch is unique in that there are receptors for it all over the body. ~respond to variety of sti
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Speech Perception, Electroencephalography, Visual Acuity

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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.4: Gossip, Relational Aggression, Heredity

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Aggressiveness is not the same as assertiveness, even though laypeople often use these words interchangeably. Assertive behaviors are goal-directed act
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.2: Moral Realism, Moral Relativism, Immanence

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Children progress to this stage because advances in cognitive development allow them to understand the reasons for rules. Interactions with peers, chil
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.2: Quantitative Trait Locus, Epigenetics, Methyl Group

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As babies, sadie was calm and easily comforted, but molly was fussy and hard to soothe. When they entered school, sadie relished contact with other peo
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.1: Hopscotch, Gender Identity, Gender Role

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Social roles: a set of cultural guidelines about how one should behave, especially with other people. Gender role: culturally prescribed behaviors cons
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1: Little Albert Experiment, American Psychological Association, Psychosexual Development

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What is a theory: an organized set of ideas that is designed to explain and make predictions about development. A systematic statement of hypotheses an
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.3: Tabula Rasa, Active Child, Heredity

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Once a child begins down a particular developmental path, he/she stays on that path throughout life. Early development is related to later development
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.3: Natural Experiment, Behaviorism, Bootstrapping (Linguistics)

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At about 1 and 1/2 years, chlidren begin to combine individual words to create two-word sentences (like more juice, gimmie cookie, truck go, my truck,
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1: Moral Realism, Frontal Lobe, Immanence

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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Rote Learning, Prefrontal Cortex

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Intelligence can be described at three levels of analysis: as one thing, as a few things, or as many things. Some researchers view intelligence as a si
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.2: Twin, Nonsense Word, Fast Mapping

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01:830:331 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Autobiographical Memory, Cultural-Historical Psychology, Object Permanence

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01:830:331 Midterm: Exam 3 SG

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1st signs in infants: crying- different types of crying- each sounds different, basic/hunger, anger, sad, smiling. Emotion states: diffuse, reflexive,
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01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Quality-Adjusted Life Year, Confounding, Inductive Reasoning

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01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.2: Quantitative Trait Locus, Epigenetics, Methyl Group

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01:830:331 Lecture 12: -Moral Understanding and behavior

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01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Peripheral Nervous System, Neuraxis, Cranial Nerves

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01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.3: Prosocial Behavior, Sympathetic Nervous System, 18 Months

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