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preoperational
thought
centration
focus on apperence
static reasoning
irreveribility
centration
focusing on one aspect of situation and excluding all others
static reasoning
assumes world is unchanging
irreversability
reversing a process can restore whatever existed before the transformatin occured (what will she think is in the box?)
conservation
amount of a substance is unaffected by changes in its apperence
zone of proximal development
range of skills too difficult to preform alone butw with the help of others can be accomplished
theory of mind
understanding of human metal processes
asses theory of mind
whats in the box?
whats really in box?
what will she think is in the box?
deception-barbie. mean monkey
parenting styles
AAUP
authoritarian-rejecting, unresponsive.resrictive, demanding.
authoritative-warm, responsive, restrictive, demanding
uninvolved-rejecting, unresponsive.premissive, understanding.
permissive-warm, responsive. permissive understanding.
kohlberg's stages of moral development
PRECONVENTIONAL
Middle childhood
1. Obey rules in order to avoid punishment
2.obey rules in order to receive rewards
CONVENTIONAL
middle childhood begining of adolecence
3.conform to win approval of others
4.conform to avoid disaproval
POSTCONVENTiONAL
adolesence and adulthood
5.abide by laws of land for community's welfare
6.abide by universal laws may or may not conform to society's expectations
41/2-5yr olds
know they have their own thoughts and others can be wrong
kolhber's critics
flawed reserch methods
biased in favor of western elite
gender differences
control processes
strategies and techniques that enhance memory:
selective attention
metacognition:
rehersal, association, pneumonic