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Cognitive Development

PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Overtraining, Habituation, Exposure Therapy

Chapter 9: Extinction of Conditioned Behaviour pg. 299-331 Extinction- omitting the US or reinforce; classical active process Classical conditioning; repeated presentations of the CS by itself Instrumental ...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Inductive Reasoning, David Hume, Task Analysis

Chapter 10 Problem Solving Task analysis -Are careful examinations of problems, intended to identify the processes needed to solve them -In situations in which people cannot solve problems efficiently, task analyses can...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
Cognitive Development - Chapter 6 summary

Cognitive Development Chapter 6 Language DevelopmentGeneral Issues Regarding Language Development Is Language SpecialMajority of children learn language rapidly and wellNoam Chomsky 1972 believed children learned so rapidl...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Categorical Perception, Depth Perception, Pacifier

Chapter 5- Perceptual Development -people are biologically prepared to perceive the world in certain ways -perception and action are closely connected from the beginning of life, for example: when infants see a ball roll...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Toothpaste, Metacognition, Sensory Memory

Chapter 7 – Memory Development Children tend to not have the greatest level of accuracy when it comes to memory recall, and will often report false memories. o E.g. Ceci & Bruck’s (1998) stu...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Peripheral Vision, Biological Motion, Egocentrism

Chapter 8 Conceptual Development: - Concepts involve group together different entities on the basis of some similarity. - They allow us to organize our experience into coherent patterns and draw inferences...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Object Permanence, Egocentrism, Scientific Method

Cognitive Development – Chapter 2 Notes: All About Piaget · Combined backgrounds in biology and philosophy led him to agree with Kant on what basic concepts of knowledge were (space, time, classes, causality), but disagr...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cognitive Architecture, Briey, Baddeley'S Model Of Working Memory

Cognitive Psych Chapter 3 (page 65- 106) - means end analysis - repeatedly comparing one’s current state with one’s goal and then taking steps to reduce the distance between them - like a child over...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Task Analysis, Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning

Chapter 10 Problem Solving Task analysis -Are careful examinations of problems, intended to identify the processes needed to solve them -In situations in which people cannot solve problems efficiently, task analyses can...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell
PSYC 3440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cognitive Development, Rosary, Intersubjectivity

Sociocultural Theories of Development  Social world has a profound effect on what children do, on what they think about, and on how they think  Interactions with others provides children with opportunities for ...

Psychology
PSYC 3440
Caron Bell

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