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Psychoanalytic


Learning(behavioral &social)


Cognitive


Humanistic

4 types of theories

Segmund Freud


Eric Erikson

Name the 2 psychoanalytic theorist

Ivan Pavlov


B.f.skinner

Who are the two behavioral learning theorists

Albert bandura

Social learning theorist

Jean Piaget


Lev vygotsky

Who are the two cognitive theorists

Abraham maslow

Humanistic theorist

Oral


Anal


Phallic


Latent


Genital

List Freud's stages

Trust vs mistrust


Autonomy vs shame&doubt


Initiative vs guilt


Industry vs inferiority


Identity vs role confusion


Intimacy vs isolation


Generativity vs stagnation


Integrity vs despair

List eriksons stages of theory

Behavior can be learned through association

What's Pavlov's theory

Behavior can be encouraged or discouraged via treats and punishment

Whats B.f.skinners theory

Children learn via observing and imitation

What's banduras theory

Organization


Adaption


Equilibrium


Basically adapt the surrounding

Whats Piagets theory

Sensorimotor


Pre-opertational


SensorimotorPre-opertationalConcrete operationsFormal operations


Concrete operations


Pre-opertationalConcrete operationsFormal operations


Concrete operationsFormal operations


Formal operations

What's Piaget's stages of cog dev

Zone of proximal development,


Which relates to children leaning via guidance. And encouragement that maybe too difficult to learn on their own

Vygotsky zpd