STUDY GUIDE CHAPTER 5
2. Sensorimotor. Birth through ages 18-24 months.
Preoperational. Toddlerhood (18-24 months) through early childhood (age 7). Concrete operational. Ages 7 to 12.
Formal operational. Adolescence through adulthood.
3. Infants pass through periods of transition, in which some aspects of their behavior reflect the next higher stage, while other aspects indicate their current stage. 4. Assimilation and Accommodation are two complementary activities involved in Piaget's Cognitive-Developmental Theory. In his theory he mentions schemes specific psychological structures that change with age) and that two processes adaptation and organization provide for the changes in schemes. Piaget further stated that these schemes are the cause of development within the child, and that if either concept did not work alongside the other, development would cease to exist. 5. In how they react or how advanced they go according to the stages 6. At the first stages- natural reflexes
7. The realization that people and object exist even when they cannot be seen. 8. Imitation- coping something seen by another
9. Some kids development different.
10. Information processing approaches- the model that seeks to identify the way that individuals take in use and store info. 11. Encoding-initial recording of information, storage-information saved for future use, Retrieval- recovery of stored information. 12. Automatization-the state of being operated automatically 13. Mobile kicking is saying how kids learn to move objects with their bodies. 14. Using their two types of memories implicit and explicit memories to remember everything. 15. Many by different people.
16. Many with different examples shown in the text book
17. It has different developments
18. Phology-refers to the basic sounds of language. Morphemes-smallest language unit that has...
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