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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

[PSY311H5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (43 pages long!)

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6 Feb 2017
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A branch of developmental psychology: the child"s on psyche; the development of who he/she is as a human being. Observing their social behaviours simil
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySummer

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Longitudinal Study, Tabula Rasa, Gender Role

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23 Jun 2017
0
Social and emotional competence is predicted by attachment security. Compared to children that were insecurely attached, securely attached children (12
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySummer

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Heredity, Heritability

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23 Jun 2017
0
The nature of parent-infant interactions are likely determined by sophisticated mechanisms governed by two general principles. Non-shared environmental
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Teddy Bear, Gender Role, Sole Custody

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8 Mar 2017
1
The self and others: the self is asso(cid:272)iated (cid:449)ith the (cid:272)hild"s (cid:272)og(cid:374)iti(cid:448)e de(cid:448)elop(cid:373)e(cid:37
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskySummer

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Typical Male, Social Cognitive Theory, Observational Learning

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18 Apr 2016
29
An infant"s production of strings of consonant- vowel combinations. A person"s concept of self within a group, such as a group based on race or gender.
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Peekaboo, Heredity, Joint Attention

OC7675744 Page
4 Apr 2016
26
Social development: a branch of developmental psychology that focuses on how we related to others and how others influence our behaviours, feelings and
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mental Model, Amygdala, Joint Attention

OC76757410 Page
4 Apr 2016
22
Social development: a branch of psychology that studies aspects such as the changes overime in a child"s understanding of aitudes and acions towards ot
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyFall

PSY311H5 Midterm: PSY311 Term Test 2 Short Answer

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9 Feb 2016
39
What are key alternative explanations: describe 5 developmental changes in self-concept according to. Schaffer (1996): define contingency and feature r
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyFall

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fundamental Attribution Error, Nuclear Family, Coparenting

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9 Feb 2016
24
Usually happens around 3-5 years old, and the child must have self-awareness. ______ affects behaviour (1. 5) it develops around 3-5 years. It enables
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyFall

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Observational Learning, Social Cognitive Theory, Coparenting

OC3912623 Page
10 Dec 2015
15
Sensitivity hypothesis security of attachment is determined by the degree to which mother was sensitive and responsive in handling infants during the e
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UTMPSY311H5B StewartFall

PSY311H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sole Custody, Cognitive Development, Observational Learning

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3 Nov 2015
69
Younger children from global concept; older children make finer distinctions and allow for circumstances. E. g. older children: i am good at hockey but
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UTMPSY311H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY311H5 Midterm: Midterm 1 (Lectures 1-8)

OC6312718 Page
23 Feb 2015
40
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