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UC-IRVINEEDUC 107Stephanie ReichFall

Educ 107 Chapter 11: StudyGuideChapter11 (3)

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What are concrete operations and how do they relate to children"s performance in the following areas: Concrete operation is the third stage of cognitiv
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Educ 107 Chapter 8: StudyGuideChapter8 (1)

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Study guide chapter 8: according to piaget, children ~2-7 years old are in the preoperational stage of cognitive development. The second stage in piage
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EDUC 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Object Permanence, Habituation, Nostril

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Habituation- the process in which a baby compares each new stimulus with a developing memory of the stimulus based on previous exposures, thus learning
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EDUC 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Central Nervous System, Secondary Sex Characteristic, Impleader

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List and briefly describe the three general principles of physical growth. Directionality- refers to how body proportions change; cephalocaudal mean ad
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EDUC 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Social Emotions, Positive Affectivity, Social Cognition

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EDUC 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Homophily, Collectivism, Mental Rotation

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The social classes will make a difference on what activities the kid will be involved in and will learn through. A family with a lot of money may have
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EDUC 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ovulation, Prenatal Development, Egg Cell

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Gestation is the period from conception to birth, which takes around 280 days or 40 weeks. The female gamete (sex cell) is the ovum. The male gamete (s
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EDUC 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Tabula Rasa, Biological Determinism, Twin Study

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The idea that development is innate or in-born , not learned or acquired is called nativism. Belief that the adult who would ultimately emerge was alre
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EDUC 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Operant Conditioning, Participant Observation, Behaviour Therapy

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What is development ? relatively enduring growth and change that makes an individual better adapted to the envt, by enhancing the individual"s ability
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