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MICROSYSTEM
which consists of activities and intraction patterns in the child's inmediate surrounding.
MESOSYSTEM
emcompasses connections between microsystem, such as home, school, neighborhood, and child care center.
EXOSYSTEM
Is made of up of social setting that do not contain children but that affect their experiences in the immediate settings.
MACROSYSTEM
consists of cultural values, laws, customs, and resources.
CHRONOSYSTEM
Bronfenbrenner refers to the temporal dimension of his model. changes in life events ca be imposed on the child, as in the examples just given. Alternatively, they can arise from within the child, since as children get older they select, modify, and create of their own settings and experiences.
DYNAMIC SYSTEMS PERSPECTIVE
according to this view theorists viewed the child's mind, body, and phsycial and social worlds form an integrated system that guides mastery of new skills. The system is ___ or constantly in motion.
NATURALISTIC OBSERVATION
one approach (a method) is to go into the field, natural environment, and observe the behavior of interest
STRUCTURED OBSERVATION
in which the investigator sets up a laboratory situation that evkes the behavior of interst so that every participant has an equal opportunity to display the response.
CLINICAL INTERVIEW
a flexible conversational style is used to probe for the partcipant's point of view.
STRUCTURED INTERVIEW
in which each participantis asked the same questions in the same way,
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL METHODS
biological bases of perceptual, cognitive and emotional responses have led to this____ which measure the relationshiop between physiological processes and behavior.
CLINICAL, OR CASE STUDY, METHOD
brings together a wide range of information on one child, including interviews, observations, test scores, and sometimes psychophysiological measures.
ETHNOGRAPHY
Like the clinical method, this research is a descriptive, qualitative technique. But instead of aiming to understand a single individual, it is directed toward understanding a culture or a distinct social group though participant obsevation.
CORRELATIONAL DESIGN
researcher gather information on individuals, generally in natural life circumstances, and make no effort to alter their experiences. Then they look at relationships between participants' characteristics and their behavior or development.