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RYERSONPSY 302Alba AgostinoSummer

PSY 302 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Puberty, Interaction, Breast

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Both believed that children were the next generation. Plato believed children should be obedient and have self-discipline. Aristotle believed the way y
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RYERSONPSY 302Lixia YangFall

PSY 302- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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Historical foundations of the study of child development. **ancient greek: plato & aristotle: agreed: welfare society depends on raising children prope
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RYERSONPSY 302Lixia YangFall

[PSY 302] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (17 pages long)

Raising children: gain knowledge and information that can help parents and teachers rearing and educating children. Effective approaches helping childr
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RYERSONPSY 302Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 302 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Leading Question, Motor Cortex, Twin

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Major topical areas: physical development, brain, puberty (sexual), motor, senses/perception, cognitive development, learning, memory, problem solving,
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RYERSONPSY 302ElhamWinter

PSY 302 Midterm: psy midterm a

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RYERSONPSY 302ElhamWinter

PSY 302 Midterm: psy midterm c

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RYERSONPSY 302ElhamWinter

PSY 302 Midterm: psych midterm b

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RYERSONPSY 302Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 302 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Harry Harlow, Behaviorism, Dopamine Receptor D4

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Attachment: emotional bond with a specific person that is enduring across space and time, helps child feel emotionally secure. Form of co-regulation th
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RYERSONPSY 302Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 302 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sociometric Status, Interview Group, Relational Aggression

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Focused on activities: everyday basis status might change but in the long run they are consistent. Since friends criticize each other: helps cognitive
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RYERSONPSY 302Paul BrunetWinter

PSY 302 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Facial Action Coding System, Emotion Classification, 18 Months

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By 5. 5 to 7 months, infants treat each other"s emotions as meaningful. Between 5. 5-12 months, children start to exhibit social referencing. By 2-3, c
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RYERSONPSY 302Lixia YangSpring

PSY 302 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Tabula Rasa, Philosophical Perspectives

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Innate purity inherently good and actively involved in development. John locke (1632-1704: tabula rasa (blank slate) entirely and passively shaped by e
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RYERSONPSY 302Lixia YangSpring

PSY 302 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Observational Learning, Categorical Perception, Habituation

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Intrinsically motivated to learn they are curious and always wish know more. Sources of continuity (continuous and discontinuous) three processes: assi
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