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Piaget
researched thinking processes in children
scheme
Patterns of mental or physical activity that guide behavior
Assimalation
Adding to an existing scheme
accommodation
modifying the scheme
equilibration
balence of schemes and experience
sensory motor stage and its sub stages
sensory motor stage=reflexes, senses, and motor skills
substages are:
1. (b-1mo.)reflexes
2. (1-4mo.) Primary circular reactions
3. (4-8mo.)2ndary circular reactions
4. (8-12mo.) cooradination of 2ndary circular reactions
5. (12-18mo.) tertiary reactions
6. (18-24mo.) internalization of schemes
habituation
Gradual reduction in response due to representation (similar to becoming bored)
Dishabituation
increase in response after stimulation changes
receptive language
understanding what other people say
expressive language
first words usually of family, people objects that move and actions (dog, daddy, mommy, ball)
Naming Explosion
16-24mo. symbolic nature of words.
behavioral
imitation and reinforcement
motherese
pattern of speech used with infants
nativists
language acquisition device (LAD)
interactionist
a LAD and LASS (language acquisition support system)
expressive language style
link words to social relationships ( no, yes, want, please)
refrential language style
says names of things and people (doggy, ball, daddy)
reflexive smile
1st mo. after birth- happens because of the body
social smile
happens because of an external stimulus
somnabolism
sleepwalking