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Chapter 7 key terms

by: Allie Martinez

Chapter 7 key terms Psy 1800

Allie Martinez

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Developmental Educational Pyschology
Dr Richmond

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The key terms and their definitions from chapter 7.
Developmental Educational Pyschology
Dr Richmond
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Allie Martinez on Tuesday October 6, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Psy 1800 at Metropolitan State College of Denver taught by Dr Richmond in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Developmental Educational Pyschology in Psychlogy at Metropolitan State College of Denver.


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Date Created: 10/06/15
Information processing theory Sensory register Long term memory Working memory Central executive automatization Infantile amnesia Knowledge base Schema Scripts Symbols Metacognition Cognitive strategy Learning strategies Rehearsing Organization Elaboration Metacognitive awareness Self regulated learning Epistemological beliefs Comprehension monitoring Intersubjectivity Joint attention Social referencing Dual regulated learning Theory theory Nativism Conceptual change exportpsych chp 6 2 Page 1 exportpsych chp 6 2 How humans think modify receive and remember information And how these process develop with age Sensation and perception What you see and feel Very small amount of time 23 for hearing and less than a second for sight The operating system that allows humans to retrieve information over a longer period of time A couple of weeks to a couple c Information you are using at this moment Such as recalling what happened in the last paragraph of the novel Can hold only i A supervisor a controlled flow of information that is going through the memory system Performing tasks womb little or no conscious effort Being asked what 22 is and blotting out 4 Also can be in a situation ma We are enable to re events from the infant years LOng term memory is where we 39store39 the things we have knowledge of This allows us to learn more things and add to the b Are ideas or thoughts about a certain situation or about specific objects Ways we organize knowledge Ways to act appropriately in a social situation Like perry the platypus and dr d on the train Mental entities Used to think remember and solve problems Blocks instead of seeds in a math problem The ability to think and reason about ones own thinking processes And how to maximize memory and learning ability An individual39s process of retaining and learning new information for the best Techniques someone uses to learn new information Repeating new information so it becomes part of your long term memory Putting new information into a category for better memorization and learning Connecting the dots between the new information and old Doesn39t develop until adolescents Ability to reflect on ones own cognitive processes When kids begin to take charge of their own learning by studying and settle g goals How people view knowledge cognitive process and themselves Checking oneself on comprehension with questions Able to know what another person sees knows believes and feels Monitoring another39s reactions to adjust your own with a shared stimuli Checking to make sure you39re doing the right thing in the right situation Making sure something is acceptable When adults and children share responsibility for keeping the learning going DZ Combining belief systems and creating one The idea that knowledge can be biological Some kind of global understanding allowing children to rethink their previous ideas about a subject or object so they have a better view of the world Page 2


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