CHYS 2P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sigmund Freud, Anal Stage, Margaret Mead
Chys 2p10 child development: dr. tony volk [email protected] ca. Today"s lecture: review seminar structure, lecture 2. Plagiarism: do not f&*@@ waste both our time, we will detect it, you will be punished. It won"t be worth it: take a late penalty or low grade instead, you will end up with a better grade and far less hassle, read the paper and then put it aside! Nature/nurture: development, as we"ll see next week, is a combination of the two, for political and practical reasons, nurture often gets extra credit. In reality, nurture is what we can control more easily than nature, so we tend to focus on it more: we talk about nature with nurture more often now. By then  it seemed clear to us that the further study of inborn differences would have to wait for less troubled times. : political implications gives nurture extra credit because it is easier to control.