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by: Mr. Vernie Wehner


Mr. Vernie Wehner
OK State
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Jennifer Craven

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mr. Vernie Wehner on Sunday November 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 2583 at Oklahoma State University taught by Jennifer Craven in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see /class/232882/psyc-2583-oklahoma-state-university in Psychlogy at Oklahoma State University.




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Date Created: 11/01/15
Development in one area effects others Theory an INTERRELATED COHERENT set of ideas that helps to EXPLAIN phenomena and make PREDICTIONS Oral Anal Phallic Latency Genital Id Primal urges Superego perfectly moral self Ego Balance between the two What Freud was RIGHTabout 1 Social Nature 2 Early experiences are important What he was WRONG about 1 Case Study Methodology 2 No controls etc 3 Emphasis on sex and aggression 4 Lifespan development Piaget s Stages 1 Sensorimotor a Reflexive instinctual actions b Moves to purposeful 2 Preoperational a Increased symbolic thinking 3 Concrete Operational a Reason about concrete events b Classify Objects 4 Formal Operational a Abstract Thinking Information Processing PSRR Processing Storing Represent Retrieve Skinner RewardPunishment Learning Ecological Theory Development is transactions between everchanging individual and everchanging environment Shared environmental influences Dad loses job Doesn t contribute much to personality Nonshared environmental influences Differential treatment by parents Birth order effects Genes have MORE influence with age 1 Less variable in BEHAVIOR 2 Less control in ENVIRONMENT a Genes 9Range of possible outcomes b Environment 9 where you fall on your range Genotype X Environment Interactions 1 Passive Home environment influenced by the parent s genotype a Athletic parents tend to put children into athletics 2 Evocative Nonshared environment responses individuals evoke from others a More attractive kids get more attention 3 Active Environment individuals prefer amp seek out environment most compatible with genotype a ntroverts Extraverts Estrogen Verbal fluency Attention to motivational states of others development of secondary sex characteristics Two types of brain plasticity 1 Knowledge acquisition in children 9Expectant process 2 Knowledge acquisition in adults 9Dependent process Culture GREATLY influences motor development Characteristics of Piaget s Stage Theory 1 Structured whole in a state of EQUILIBRIAM 2 Each stage derives from the PREVIOUS stage 3 Stages follow an INVARIANT sequence 4 Stages are UNIVERSAL 5 Each stage includes a COMINGINTOBEING Scheme Organized pattern of thoughtaction that s constructed to interpret ones experiences OAAAE Organization quotJ f quot quot to 39 Assimilation addingto schemes Accommodation change existing scheme for new info Equilibrium Broca s Production of Language Wernike s Area Understanding Language Nativist Perspective Language Acquisition Device an inborn linguistic processor that is activated by verbal input Universal Grammar Chomsky s idea that the LAD has a knowledge of rules that are common to all languages


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