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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Voice-Onset Time, Speech Perception, Categorical Perception

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Chapter 6: development of language and symbol use. Symbols: used to represent our thoughts, feelings and knowledge; and communicate them to other peopl
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Rote Learning, Prefrontal Cortex

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Intelligence can be described at three levels of analysis: as one thing, as a few things, or as many things. Some researchers view intelligence as a si
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Arnold Gesell, Sigmund Freud, Active Child

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Understanding how children develop can help parents raise their children more effectively, lead society as a whole to adopt wiser policies regarding ch
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Binocular Disparity, Visual Acuity, Primitive Reflexes

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Chapter 5: seeing, thinking, and doing in infancy. Preferential-looking technique: a method for studying visual attention in infants that involves show
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Puzzle Video Game, Sensory Memory, Task Analysis

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Theories: developmental theories provide a framework for understanding important phenomena, developmental theories raise crucial questions about human
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Amniotic Sac, Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Amniotic Fluid

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Chapter 2: prenatal development and the newborn period. Aristotle rejected the idea of preformation in favor of what he termed epigenesis. Epigenesis:
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Phallic Stage, Psychosexual Development, Oral Stage

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Psychoanalytic theories: view of children"s nature. Freud- behavior is motivated by the need to satisfy basic drives. Erikson- development is driven by
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Major Depressive Disorder, Tantrum, The Emotions

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Introduction: preschoolers and delayed gratification with treats, emotional intelligence: a set of abilities that contribute to competence in the socia
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Joint Attention, Intersubjectivity, 18 Months

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Introduction: concepts: general ideas or understandings that can be used to group together objects, events, qualities, or abstractions that are similar
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RUTGERS01:830:331Margaret IngateFall

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Quantitative Trait Locus, Allosome, Twin Study

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These two factors- heredity and environment- work in concert to influence both the ways in which you are like other people and the ways in which you ar
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