Dysfunctional Objects In Children: A Case Study

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To Begin, in one of the studies, it studies if a child helps an adult by their own voluntary choice or by giving the most helpful means so the adult can achieve its goals. The way they would figure out this solution is by applying pairs of functional and dysfunctional objects to the children. Another solution to figuring out this problem is requesting dysfunctional objects to achieve the Adult 's goal. After the second solution, they were trying to figure if when providing dysfunctional objects, had the child, giving the experiment what they asked for, or giving them the object to achieve their goal. For example, if the person asks the child to give them an exact object they have asked for, and the child notice that one is no good the child will then not hesitate and give them one that will be useful. The children were presented with four pairs of dysfunctional and functional objects. There were nineteen participants who participated in this experiment with the notice of their parents. They were of the age of three and are from New Haven, Connecticut. The procedure of this concept is an experimenter will tell the child to sit on the ground between two trays on the trays they were two types of objects the functional and dysfunctional ones. The experimenter would point out an object which was the closest to them and would …show more content…
TIK means “Turning into Kids”. This program took an analyzing of parents of 4 and 5-year-old children who have had behavior problems with medical treatment. They implied three research questions to them. The first one was if parents would have an improvement in the TIK program of their own feelings. The second one is if after attending the program TIK if the parent 's emotions related to the children ways of behaving and emotion would have improved. Last but not least the third one is if the program would have an effect on the children 's improvement of knowledge and narrowing the child

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