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uses of theory
sets of ideas that try to explain occurances
Test and hypothesis are used to
Revise and build theory
case study
field observation
correlation studies
no random selection or assignments!!!!
will never give cause and effect

use existing groups

little experiementer control

ex. is a unisex classroom better than seperated
Quasi experiments
not a random study

sample may not be representative
True experiment
random selections!!!
random assignments!!!

eperimenter control of variables
significant
consistent or dependable
Cogntive Development
what you do with what you learn
Perry
mode of cognitive level
dualism
thats just the way it is because thats how it has always been

ex. women and children first
relatiuism
opinion

moby dick is a great novel, moby dick is about a what... we are both right
commentment and relitism
the best method to determining what to do about an issue
lower
reative attention

associative memory

sensory motor thought
higher
focused attention

ability to concentrate
Cognitive Development
ability to think abstractly
Intelligence
abitlity to learn a set of skills
diffintion of intelligence
clump of brain processes that allow us to learn
Welsler
achievemnt vs. intelligence