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Psyc4220 Week 5 notes

by: Caitlin Conner

Psyc4220 Week 5 notes PSYC 4220

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Caitlin Conner
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Developmental Psychology
Kacy Welsh

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Weeks 5 notes from September 14th and September 16. First set of lecture notes for Exam 2
Developmental Psychology
Kacy Welsh
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Caitlin Conner on Friday September 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 4220 at University of Georgia taught by Kacy Welsh in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 50 views. For similar materials see Developmental Psychology in Psychlogy at University of Georgia.


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Date Created: 09/18/15
Psyc4220 Week 5 Notes Start of lecture notes for Exam 2 September 14 2015 Assessing infant perceptual abilities Preferential looking measures which stimuli an infant prefers to look at Assumes stimulus they look at longer is the one they prefer Preference for one stimulus implies ability to tell them apart No preferenceharder to interpret September 16 2015 Habituation losing interest in stimuli that is presented over and over boredom used to test if infant can tell difference between 2 stimuli if infant grows bored with 1 stimulus then shows renewed interest in new stimulus must be able to tell them apart highamplitude sucking method infants learn to very their sucking rate to make stimulus appear Debate 1 Should parents let infants quotcry it outquot Preparing for debate Start by thinking of questions you d need answered before you choose a side Does it work What do we mean by work Positive effects on infant Negative effects on infant Positive effects on caregiver family Negative effects on caregiver family Class debate format Class expert Choose one debate Write full position paper on that debate topic Before debates Read articles posted on ec Take reading quiz over articles If you are a quotclass expertquot for the debate write your position submit on elc During debates Follow on screen instructions on where to sit lst minidebates in small groups 2 large class discussion


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