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Class Notes for PSYC20008 at University of Melbourne (page 3)

Developmental Psychology

PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Deductive Reasoning, Heredity, Prototype Theory

Cognitive Development PIAGETIAN THEORY Stages of Development: 1. Sensorimotor (up to 2 years) Begins to develop sense of object permanence (9 months+) 2. Pre-Operational (up to 5 years) Begins to...

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PSYC20008 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 notes

1 Theory of Mind (ToM) WHAT IS TOM? Theory of mind is the attribution of mental states to other people. A mental state is an idea, a piece of knowledge, a thought, an emotion, a want or need of others. ToM is a complex c...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Habituation, Categorical Perception, Feral Child

Language Development THE SOUNDS OF SPEECH Evidence for language specificity: brain modularity 1. Brocas area: 1. Appears to have something to do with grammatical processing 2. Adjacent to the part of the motor control area...

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Katheirne Johnson
PSYC20008 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 notes

1 Foundations THEMES 1. Nature and Nurture. 2. Childrens roles in their own development. 3. ContinuityDiscontinuity in development. 4. Mechanisms for developmental change. 5. Sociocultural context. 6. Individual difference...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mutual Exclusivity, Text Segmentation, Phonotactics

THE WONDER OF WORDS Why is word segmentation a problem? 1. There are no silences between words. 2. Poor segmentation can lead to a lot of mistakes. 3. Solutions: 1. Perhaps people use phonotactic constraints: limitations o...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Standard Deviation, Dyslexia, Reading Disability

Intelligence WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? 1. Intelligence as a Single Trait Performance on IQ tasks are positively correlated. Hypothesis: individuals possesses an amount of g (general intelligence), common to all intellectual ta...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Impulsivity, Katherine Johnson, Attention
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PSYC20008 Lecturer: Katherine Johnson Developmental Psychology LECTURE 4 (WEEK 2.2) Chi Squared Part 2 ADHD One of most common childhood neurodevelopment disorders o 35 of kids o 15 fully retained in adults, 65 partial rem...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chi-Squared Distribution, Katherine Johnson, Jerzy Neyman
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PSYC20008 Lecturer: Katherine Johnson Developmental Psychology LECTURE 3 (WEEK 2.1) Chi Squared Part 1 Measurement Putting numbers to a construct helps ensure it Level of measurement o Relationship between what is being me...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Social Cognition, Autism Spectrum, Daniel Kahneman
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PSYC20008 Lecturer: Katherine Johnson Developmental Psychology LECTURE 2 (WEEK 1) Theory of Mind Theory of Mind (ToM) Attribution of men...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Naturalistic Observation, Behaviorism, Toilet Training
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PSYC20008 Lecturer: Katherine Johnson Developmental Psychology LECTURE 1 (WEEK 1) Cognitive, Biological Social Development Historical accounts of development Plato o Emphasised selfcontrol discipline as most important el...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Enteric Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Vagus Nerve
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Lecture 14 Thursday 13 April 2017 PSYC20006 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE 14 BRAIN DEVELOPMENT ADULT HUMAN BRAIN Most complex system of which we know. Human brain and CNS consist of trillions of highly specialised cel...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Active Child, Psychology Today, Blastocyst
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Lecture 23 Tuesday 23 May 2017 PSYC20006 BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE 23 47 THEMES OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY TODAY Nature and Nurture The Active Child ContinuityDiscontinuity Mechanisms of Change 1. NATURE NURTURE Na...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Prenatal Development, Brain Structure And Function, Egg Cell
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Lecture 13 Tuesday 11 April 2017 PSYC20006 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE 13 PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT PHYLOGENETIC CONTINUITY We are just another type of animal. Due to our shared evolutionary history, we share many charac...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Salwa Kingdom, Well-Founded Relation, Correspondence Analysis
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Lecture 22 - Thursday 18 May 2017 PSYC20006 - BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE 22 REFUGEES & ASYLUM SEEKERS TODAY 1. Who is a refugee? Who is an asylum seeker? 2. The role of fa...

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PSYC20008 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Malcolm Turnbull, Bobo Doll Experiment, Social Learning Theory
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Lecture 18 - Thursday 4 May 2017 PSYC20006 - DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE 18 DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL UNDERSTANDING OVERVIEW 1. How do children come to understand others? Ho...

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