CHYS 3P15 Study Guide - Stanford Prison Experiment, Jane Elliot, Grey Literature
These results suggest that the neural strategy for thinking about intentions changes between adolescence and adulthood. Types of research: basic, basic questions about fundamental behaviour, example: cross-cultural comparisons of parenting styles, applied, assessment: identify developmentally important characteristics in an at-risk target population. Example: standford-binet used to identify cognitive delays in children. Intervention: to alter the environment in ways that may prevent, correct or reduce problems. Example: head start: socially important issues: evident relevant to the resolution of pragmatically important issues. Example: accuracy of children"s testimony in cases of abuse; impact of sexual orientation of parents on child development: program evaluation, study the effectiveness of methods designed to make positive social changes. Studied tv viewing of preschool kids in low income areas. Kids were 2 or 4 at start of study and 5 or 7 at end. Every year, kids took a variety of cognitive achievement tests. Kids in nursery school, examined for 3 weeks to get baseline level of aggression.