Week 6 notes
Week 6 notes SWRK 330
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Date Created: 09/29/16
The Psychodynamic Conceptual Framework • Id, ego, superego • Psychosexual development o Oral stage o Anal stage o Phallic stage o Latency stage o Genital stage § Fixation: stuck in a certain stage because of some experience Cognitive Development: Piaget • The sensorimotor period • The preoperational thought period o Barriers to the development of logical thinking § Egocentrism § Centration § Irreversibility o Developing cognitive ability § Classification § Seriation § Conservation • The period of concrete operations • The period of formal operations Children under the age of 6 would say that the taller glass holds more, even though the amount of liquid in each is identical. Sociocultural Cognitive Development: Vygotsky • Sociocultural learning of interdependence versus independence • The zone of proximal development • Scaffolding • Private speech • Attachment o Stages of attachment o Patterns of attachment o Long term effects of attachment o Attachment and day care o Cross cultural differences in attachment Self Concept, Self Esteem, and Empowerment • Significant issues and life events o Intelligence and intelligence testing § Cattell’s Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence § Sternberg’s Triarchic theory of Intelligence § Intelligence testing • The Stanford-Binet IQ test • The Wechsler tests § Targeting special needs • Gifted people § Other potential problems with IQ scores • Cultural biases and IQ tests o People who have intellectual disabilities: a population at risk § What are people with intellectual disabilities like? § Defining intellectual disability § The significance of empowerment by support systems § Macro system responses to intellectual disabilities • The Americans with Disabilities Act: the pursuit of social and economic justice • Deinstitutionalization • Community based services § Social work roles • Empowerment and consumer directed approach o People with learning disabilities: a dimension of diversity § Other disabilities can affect children § Common problems involved in learning disabilities • Cognitive characteristics • Academic characteristics § What causes learning disabilities? § Effects of learning disabilities on children • Cognitive characteristics • Academic characteristics § Policies to achieve social justice for children who have learning and other disabilities o Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder § Treatment for ADHD § Social work roles Extra credit: List 5 defense mechanisms and explain and give an example of each
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