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Child Psych notes week 1

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Child Psych notes week 1 Psych 201

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week 1
Child Psychology
Stephen Hupp
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child development, child psychology




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Casey B on Tuesday September 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Psych 201 at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville taught by Stephen Hupp in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views.


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Date Created: 09/13/16
Child Psych: Terms:  Newborn: up to 1 month old  Infant: up to 1 year old  Toddler: ages 1- 2  Preschooler: ages 2-6  School age: 6-12  Adolescent: 1 2-18 Psychodynamic: Freud’s stages: 1. Oral: birth to 1.5 years 2. Anal: ages 1.5 to 3 3. Phallic: ages 3-6 a. Oedipus complex b. Electra complex 4. Latency: ages 6- 12 5. Genital: ages 12-18 Behavioral:  Reflexes o Automatic stimulus-response sequence mediated by nervous system Pavlov’s earlier findings:  Meat elicits thick saliva  Bread elicits wet saliva  Dogs started salivation before the stimulus (“psychic secretions”) Pavlov’s classical conditioning:  Before: o Neutral stimulus -> no response  Conditioning: o Neutral stim + uncond stim -> uncond response  After conditioning: o Conditioned stim -> conditioned response Candy cane example:  Positive reinforcement: o Increase a behavior by adding something  Negative reinforcement: o Increase a behavior by removing something  Punishment: o Decrease a behavior Bandura’s social cognitive theory: 1. Observational learning: o Learning also occurs through imitation o Watch others get rewarded for doing something Measuring child behavior: 1. Physiologic measures: a. Galvanic skin response b. Respiration c. Heart rate 2. Self reports: a. Questionnaire b. Interview 3. Sampling behavior with tasks 4. Systematic observation a. Setting/ situation i. Naturalistic ii. Structured b. Recording method i. Narrative ii. Event


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