PSYC 001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Striatum, Frontal Lobe, Almost Surely

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Psychology - lecture 11: cognitive development part ii. Experimenters use habituation experiments to see what children know and how they react to things. Children look longer at impossible event (to try and see what"s going on) Kids know that the event is impossible (know how the universe works) Infants live in a physical world that makes sense to us. Infants live in a social world that make sense too (helpful vs unhelpful animal in stuffed animal box emperiment) Babies have innate sense of how the world functions when they see it. He thought babies felt the world as confusion and had to organize in their own way (most people don"t support this) Babies are just as smart as us but: a little slower b) a lot more ignorant c) less resistant to habit. Someone chooses at random a bunch of pig pongs of multiple colors.

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