Human Develop Exam 2 Study Guide Outline
Human Develop Exam 2 Study Guide Outline 232
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Study Guide Exam 2 CDE 232 Human Development Through the Lifespan Chapter SThe First Two Years Biosocial Development Understand infants39 growth rates in the first year Know the difference between axons dendrites neurons and synapses Be able to recognize the different infant re exes from lecture Understand how gross and fine motor skills develop in infancy Be able to recognize examples of gross and fine motor skills Understand the lecture notes on sensory skills vision hearing taste smell and touch What is the visual cliff used to measure What is habituation Read the section in your book on Experience dependent vs Experience expectant brain development Edition 8 page 131 Edition 9 page 133 Read the section in your book on Immunization Edition 8 pages 141142 Edition 9 pages 144145 How does it work What are the benefits and risks Chapter 6 The rst two years Cognitive Development Understand the lecture material on all of the circular reactions goal directed behavior object permanence image schemas affordances Read the section in your book on Memory Edition 8 pages 163165 Edition 9 pages 165 167 What is the difference between implicit and explicit memory Understand Wolff s research on infant crying Know the list of the types of cries Understand infant language development What is babbling How does it typically progress Be able to recognize examples of referential and expressive language underextension overextension holophrases What is the language explosion milestone Understand Chomsky39s ideas about language Understand Vygotsky39s ideas about language What kind of evidence supports Chomsky s vs Vygotsky s theories on language development Chapter 7 The rst two years Psychosocial Development What are different types of smiles and when do they emerge Know when wariness to strangers separation anxiety social referencing and selfawareness emerge How are social referencing and selfawareness studied What emotions depend on self awareness Understand anger in toddlerhood Understand the notes on attachment and temperament and all the terms associated with these concepts Be familiar with the list of 9 dimensions of temperament proposed by Thomas and Chess What are the more recent 3 dimensions of temperament that are used today What percentage of babies are classified as easy difficult slow to warm up and hard to classify What is goodness of fit Be able to recognize examples of goodness of fit What is synchrony Understand what the still face technique is and why it is used Understand the research on depressed mothers as it relates to synchrony with their infants What is attachment What is the Strange Situation and who invented it What are researchers looking for in the Strange Situation What are the types of attachment Be able to recognize examples of the types of attachment What does the research say regarding attachment and fathers Chapter 8 The Play years Biosocial development Know the average growth rates from 2 to 6 years Understand the factors that in uence growth at this time What areas of the brain show the most growth from 26 What is the corpus callosum and its function Know what parts of the brain show the greatest improvement and at what ages Understand the development of gross and fine motor skills from 2 to 6 What is the cerebellum and its function Read the section in your book on Avoidable Injury Edition 8 pages 224226 Edition 9 233 236 Know the difference between primary secondary and tertiary prevention Chapter 9 The Play Years Cognitive Development Understand how preschoolers think according to Piaget39s ideas Know all of the terms associated with the preoperational period egocentrism conservation animistic thinking centration reversibility Understand how cognitive skills are studied What is the three mountain task used for Understand Vygotsky39s vs Piaget39s ideas about private or egocentric speech Whose ideas does the research support Understand theory of mind What is it What does it in uence When do kids get it How do they study it What 4 things do children need to master to become effective speakers of language Understand what phonemes semantics syntax and pragmatics are Be able to recognize examples of these How many words do children have by age 6 What is fast mapping syntactical bootstrapping overregularization Be able to recognize examples of these What are the 3 principals of numbers Be able to recognize examples of these principles Understand the stages of development of gender identity What are gender stereotypes and What do they in uence Chapter 10 The Play Years Psychosocial Development Understand the lecture notes on the development of emotions in preschool What are the typical reasons for con ict in younger children vs older children What are Baumrind s 4 dimensions of parenting What are the 4 patterns of parenting Be able to recognize examples of the different types of play rough and tumble sociodramatic solitary parallel associative cooperative Which types of play are the most sophisticated What is emotion regulation Why is it important What are internalizing vs externalizing problems Understand aggression in preschool What are the different types Be able to recognize examples of these Understand empathy and sympathy in preschoolers
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