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Problem 50

The Fresnel function was introduced in Section 4.3. Fresnel also used the function in his theory of the diffraction of light waves. (a) On what intervals is increasing? (b) On what intervals is concave upward? (c) Use a graph to solve the following equation correct to two decimal places: (d) Plot the graphs of and on the same screen. How are these graphs related

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Monday, March 28, 2016 Psychology Lecture Notes Week Ten Lecture Notes for Test Three - Infants tend to develop motor abilities from head to toe, and then inside out - synaptic pruning* - There isn't a critical period for word learning - *Overextension - A child learning the word shirt and then calling every piece of clothing he sees a shirt - Cognitive Psychology: Schemas, Assimilation, and Accommodation - Schemas: theories about the way the world works - Two ways that we manipulate schemas: Assimilation and Accommodation - Assimilation: interpreting new experiences in terms of existing schemas (fitting something new into what we already know) - Accommodation: Changing existing schemas to explain new experiences (changing what we know to fit something new) - know the difference between assimilation and accommodation - Cognitive Development Piaget - father of developmental psychology - he published first scientific article at age 11 - believe that you could pinpoint a child’s developmental stage by examining the errors the child made - made theory by studying his children - Sensorimotor stage (from birth to age 2) - kids go through a lot of development - kids mostly develop the ability to sense environment and move around in it - progression: (exercising motor responses - reflexes - around one month old. Or they start to interact with the environment - such as tasting everything - from 1 to 4 months old. Or they are intentionally engaging in behavior - such as rattling a rattle - from 4 to 8 months old. - Egocentrism: world exist only for child. If they cannot experience it, it does not exist (can’t see mom then cant understand she is still nearby) if they can’t see it, it doesn't exist 1 Monday, March 28, 2016 - Object Permanence: able to form a mental representation of objects which results in knowing *** - Around 8 months old, babies develop stranger anxiety - this develops after object permanence - Preoperational stage: age 2 to 6 - children developing an understanding of the physical environment - use language to represent objects in their minds - mental representations unable to be manipulated - Anthropomorphizing: giving human characteristics to inanimate objects - ex: clouds must be sad when it rains because I cry when I’m sad. this is assimilation - egocentrism: inability to take the perspective of another person - Conservation: the principle that if nothing is taken away or added, mass, volume and number remain the same. Changing the form doesn’t change the amount if nothing is taken away or added. - Centration: center attention on one dimension - Concrete Operational Stage - Age 6 to 12 - they lack abstract thought such as What is freedom they can begin to use logical reasoning and can manipulate visible mental representations - Formal Operational Stage (age 12 and up) - learned to reason about abstract concepts - Formal Operational Thought: abstract, idealistic, and logical - abstract: can solve abstract algebraic equations - Idealistic: can think about ideal characteristics of themselves, others, and the world - logical: can devise plans to solve problems and systematically test solutions - Limitations of Piaget: doesn't examine individual differences, doesn't explain mechanisms that underlie changes from one stage to another, doesn't view the larger social networks that influence child development, timeline of each stage was off (methodology) - Notes on March 30, 2016: - The more intelligent someone is, the more likely they are to have mental disorders. This is false. 2 Monday, March 28, 2016 - A teratogen is any substance which causes damage to the developing child in utero - Within Nature v. Nurture debate, people who argue for the Nurture side believe that learning is the driving force in human development. - Piaget’s theory of development had 4 stages of cognitive development. - Age 2 to 6 is Preoperational - Assimilation - believing that all humans are good and nothing bad will ever happen. - ***Object Permanence - Around 6 months old, the child develops a specific type of attachment. - Wire Mother Experiment: Harry Harlow… questioned the gap in research concerning the emotional connection between mother and child. - “Strange Situation” Study: Mary Ainsworth - examining attachment styles in babies (emotional bonds, determined by the environment, NOT biology) - Examining how babies react to a situation where mother leaves baby with stranger - how the baby interacts with mother upon her return/ looking at how baby interacts with others while the mother is present - Secure attachment: relationship where infant feels comfortable exploring in presence of caregiver and seeks caregiver for reassurance - Insecure attachments: there are three types - Attachment Styles: (1) Secure (60% of U.S. babies) - freely explore lab - moderately upset when mom leaves - stranger comfort rejected - warm loving response when mom returns - occurs when the caregiver is attentive - (2) Avoidant: (20% kids) - unresponsive to mom - not distressed when mom leaves - react to stranger in the same way - actively avoids and ignores mom when she returns - (3) Anxious/Ambivalent (15%) - never seem comfortable - highly distressed when mom leaves - cannot be comforted at reunion - shows anger and resistance to mother - this occurs when the caregiver is attentive but intrusive, and not responsive to the infant’s cues - (4) Disorganized (5%) - no consistent pattern of responses - confused - may or may not show distress when mom leaves, may or may not go to her when she returns - may show contradictory behavior 3 Monday, March 28, 2016 - Parenting Styles: two dimensions of parenting (Behavior Regulation and Support) - There are four parenting styles: (1) Authoritative (2) Authoritarian (3) Permissive (4) Uninvolved - Developmental Outcomes - Authoritative - more responsive and mature - Authoritarian - withdrawn, lower self esteem - Permissive - impulsive, misconduct, and drug use - Uninvolved - emotionally withdrawn, misconduct - Temperament: characteristic patterns of emotional reactivity - biologically based - stable over time - predict adult personality - Relationship Schemas: set of beliefs about the self, the primary caregiver, and the relationship between them. - Notes on April 1, 2016: - A child who has an understanding of object permanence but who fails the conservation task is in which stage of cognitive development Proportional - ***Avoidant - Social Psychology: The study of the causes and consequences of sociality - Social Behavior: how people interact - Intrapersonal: existing or occurring within the individual self or mind - Interpersonal: existing or occuring between individuals - Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis: Animas aggress when their desires are frustrated - Desire + Frustration = Aggression - Prisoner’s Dilemna: bonus example 4

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Textbook: Single Variable Calculus
Edition: 7
Author: James W Nilsson
ISBN: 9780538497831

Since the solution to 50 from 4 chapter was answered, more than 260 students have viewed the full step-by-step answer. Single Variable Calculus was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9780538497831. The full step-by-step solution to problem: 50 from chapter: 4 was answered by , our top Calculus solution expert on 11/15/17, 04:21PM. The answer to “The Fresnel function was introduced in Section 4.3. Fresnel also used the function in his theory of the diffraction of light waves. (a) On what intervals is increasing? (b) On what intervals is concave upward? (c) Use a graph to solve the following equation correct to two decimal places: (d) Plot the graphs of and on the same screen. How are these graphs related” is broken down into a number of easy to follow steps, and 64 words. This full solution covers the following key subjects: fresnel, Intervals, Graphs, function, introduced. This expansive textbook survival guide covers 11 chapters, and 637 solutions. This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: Single Variable Calculus, edition: 7.

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