Psys 317; Brown
Psys 317; Brown Psych 317
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Date Created: 10/13/16
PSYS 321 Oct. 13 6-11 Early Childhood o 6-7 years: 90 percent of adult weight o Age 4: become environmental eaters (breast fed babies are better at controlling) o Physical Development: Brain: Frontal lobes (good decisions) Body: Physical growth slows down Grow betwn 1-3 in a year Gain 5-8lbs in a year Gage child’s health: monitor food intake and exercise (need healthy fat, help to trigger satiation, brain growth) NO LOW FAT DIETS GIRLS: o How you talk about your body is being watched o Age 10 and 11, most girls think they are “fat” Teeth: 6-7yrs: begin to lose baby teeth; 6 more years to get all adult teeth fall out same order they came in; bottom front, top front, molars Use frozen washcloth to numb gums when pulling teeth Eyes: Reading/ video game changes shape of eye- leads to glasses Ears: Hearing improves Immune System: Is not fully functioning on own until 6-7yrs old Immunizations and vaccinations may take place at age 6-7. Sleep: 6-7yrs- No afternoon nap, still need a good 10-12hrs a sleep a night (only time bones grow) Death rates are the lowest in these years o Cognitive Development: Concrete Operations: Can figure out the world with hands on physical activities. Reasoning, put together how things work, concrete thinker. Can move in Reverse Conserve information: same liquid even in different vase, presents in Santa’s sleigh De-center: can focus on multiple aspects at once; “Even though ride was shut down, we still had icee’s and waterslides, etc” 2 Appearance ~ reality: Understand appearance isn’t always reality (act nice to face but talk behind back): Halloween is now fun Time and Space: Understand 10 hour car trip Categorize with class inclusion: “7 milkyway bar, 6 kitkats: have more kitkats or candy?” Inductive thinking: Specific info and generalize it to the world. “My mom is nice, all moms are nice” BE CAREFUL, SAFETY Seriation: Tallest to shortest makes sense IQ: Age 9: o 2 good reasons to give before good readers: Expect developmental delay Grad student needs practice o WISK: Good measure of reasoning ability o FILN affect: 1932-1970 Average IQ score increased by 20 points Kids stay in school 4more years Better nutrition access Radio/TV/ better communication 3 Howard Gardener: o More than 1 way to be smart, not doing a good job of that o 7 components to being intelligent Language Math Spatial Musically Kinetic Naturalist: what you can recyle, plant, etc Interpersonally: don’t get how they are offensive Intrapersonally: knowing own thoughts, poets, writer, etc. o Need to look at 3 components (stornburg) Analytical: acquire, store, retrieve info Creative: problem solving skills, new ideas Practical: How well do you navigate everyday situations, “street smarts” o Don’t have compulsory education until 7 Have to wait until brain is developed to perform these tasks 4 Want arts and crafts, social skills type preschool o Language: Age: 12: 40,000 words better control of grammar, better at pragmatics (when to answer questions and when not to, get jokes) Accomplishes artificialism o Memory: begin with about 4; end with about 7 + or - 2 Speed: increases Metamemory: understand process (experience, file away, find it by connecting it to something) Metacognition: Understand how to memorize things (spelling tests) Selective attention: Brain developing to point where you can focus on information, tune things out, activating system 5
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