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PSYC 4175: PSYC 4175

School: University of Colorado at Boulder

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What three issues have engaged developmental psychologists?
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Developmental psychology explores human development from infancy to old age, addressing core issues of Nature versus Nurture, Continuity versus Discontinuity, and Stability versus Change, offering vital insights for education, parenting, and interventions.

Explicit vs. Implicit Memory: Understanding Their Roles
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Explore the nuances of Explicit and Implicit Memories. While Explicit Memory acts as our factual database and life's scrapbook, Implicit Memory operates subtly, influencing our actions through past experiences. Delve into their subtypes, from Episodic and Semantic to Procedural, Priming, and Conditioning.

Kohlberg's Stages: Tracing Moral Development Through Life
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Explore Lawrence Kohlberg's stages of moral development, tracing the progression from early childhood to adulthood. Understand the shifts from consequence-driven decisions to societal rule adherence, culminating in universal ethical principles. Discover how moral reasoning matures through life stages.

Mastering Memory: Effortful Processing Techniques for Deep Understandi
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Explore the techniques of effortful processing to improve memory retention and understanding. Learn strategies like chunking, mnemonic devices, and spaced repetition. Understand the essence of actively engaging with material for lasting knowledge.

Ester's Mystery: Binocular Cues & Selective Attention
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Ester's perception is influenced by binocular cues aiding in depth judgement. Her decision to investigate hinges on signal detection theory discerning significance in stimuli. Her actions are swayed by perceptual set based on past experiences and her balance managed by the vestibular sense comes into play. The gate-control theory sheds light on her pain perception after the fall.

Social Exchange Theory: Balancing Benefits in Relationships
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Explore the principles of Social Exchange Theory and its role in understanding relationships. Learn how individuals balance benefits and costs in interactions. Delve into the concept of equity, highlighting the balance sought in partnerships.

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