Exam 2 Study Guide
Exam 2 Study Guide PSYCH 280
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This 5 page Study Guide was uploaded by Sydney Shields on Thursday October 15, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PSYCH 280 at Kansas State University taught by Mark Barnett in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 159 views. For similar materials see Psych Childhood and Adolescence in Psychlogy at Kansas State University.
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Exam 2 Study Guide Chapter 6 Piaget s CognitiveDevelopment Theory Basic Characteristics of Stages Piaget s Ideas Adaption Organization Sensorimotor Stage Sensorimotor Substages Object Permanence Deferred and Inferred Imitation Categorization Problem Solving Symbolic Understandings Evaluation Mental Representations MakeBelieve Play Benefits Drawings Culture Variations Egocentric and Animistic Thinking Inability to Conserve Consequences of Adolescent Cognitive Changes SelfConsciousness and SelfFocusing Decision Making Evaluation of Piaget s Theory Core Knowledge Perspective Infancy Nai39ve Theorists Evaluation Vygotsky s Sociocultural Theory Private Speech Social Origins Evaluation Chapter 7 Sensory Register The Store Model of Information Processing Short Term Memory Working Memory Chunking The Central Executive LongTerm Storage Permanent Information Storage Retrieval Recognition Recall Semantic Episodic Procedural Forgetting Retrieval Encoding Improving Memory Rehearsal Organization Elaboration Developmental Changes in Information Processing Working Memory Speed of Processing Executive Function Attention General Comments Case s NeoPiagetian Theory Siegler s Model of Strategy Choice The Future of Modeling Learning and Development Deep Learning Chapter 8 Binet s Holistic View Multifaceted View Stemberg Triarchic Theory Analytical Intelligence Creative Intelligence Practical Intelligence Gardner s Theory of Multiple Intelligence Measuring Intelligence StanfordBinet Intelligence Scales Wechsler s Intelligence Scale for Children Aprtitude and Achievement Tests Tests for Infants Correlational Stability Stability of Absolute Scores Heritability of Intelligence Benefits of Early Intervention Strengthening Early Intervention Creativity and Talent Psychometric View Multifaceted View Cognitive Resources Personality Resources Motivational Resources Environmental Resources Chapter 9 Components of Language Theories of Language Nativist Perspective Limitations Interactionist Perspective InformationProcessing Theories Social Interactionist Theories Receptivity to Language Learning NativeLanguage Sound Categories and Patterns Adult Speech to Young Language Learners First Speech Sounds Becoming a Communicator Phonological Development Early Phase Strategies Later Development Semantic Development Early Phase Individual and Cultural Differences Types of Words Underextensions and Overextensions Categories and Metaphors Later Development In uence Memory Strategies of Word Learning Explaining Vocabulary Development Grammatical Development First Word Combination Mastery of Grammatical Morphemes Development of Grammatical Morphemes Complex Grammatical Forms Negatives Questions Ideas of Grammatical Development Strategies for Acquiring Grammar Communicative Support for Grammatical Development Acquiring Conversational Skills Communicating Clearly Narratives Sociolinguistic Understanding
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