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PSYC 4010
Tifrah Warner

Theories Person Process Outcome Dialectical theory  Active agents in  Source: 1) curiosity about words and  Developing cognitively through (Vygotsky) creating their own questions about every new thing; interactions with others development and language-driven nature; social stimuli,  Higher –order mental functions learning need to resolve conflict and imbalance; 2) developed from lower-order ones  “Little apprentice” communication and socialization; 3)  Reaching to the potential of zone of  Cognitive being culture – internal and external – reading proximal development  Social being and writing; need to resolve conflict  Being able to provide sensitive  Path of Change – form: qualitative, stages, scaffolding (ability to detect  Cultural and historical distinct, universal  Language-driven misunderstandings by their tutees)  Timeline – infancy to adolescence  True abstract thought  Principle of Change – egocentric speech,  Ability to express thoughts through language development – thoughts vs. speech speech, zone of proximal development,  Advanced own development learning socially shared cognition, peer tutoring,  Higher order of mental function self-talk/self-explanations (self-  Logical abstract thinking instructions), stages of conceptual  Self-talk/private thought development  Role of environment – secondary (active person) – culture Humanism/humani  Innately good  Source: drive to self-actualize, strive for  Self-actualization stic approach  Active constant betterment, personal growth, need  Self-transcendence (Maslow)  Aware and conscious to eat, need for shelter  Reaching full potential beings  Path of Change – stages, universal  Experience an intimacy beyond  Positive being (progress and regress – non-directional), one’s self qualitative  Intentional  Harmony  Everything is inherent  Timeline – continuous  Balanced  First part of pyramid   Principle of Change – self-actualization,  B-cognitions
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