AQA Psychology- Unit 3

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1. What did Carpenter find?

  • Children with sensory impairments, show delays in ToM, interdependance of the stages
  • Autistic children understand intentions.. ToM separate to intelligence
  • autistic kids could do the mountain task but not sally Anne
  • Police/naughty boy study, 90% success rate at aged 3.5-5 suggesting that Piaget underestimated abilities
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2. What did Eide and Eide find?

  • Police/naughty boy study, 90% success rate at aged 3.5-5 suggesting that Piaget underestimated abilities
  • autistic kids could do the mountain task but not sally Anne
  • Children with sensory impairments, show delays in ToM, showing interdependance of stages
  • Autistic children understand intentions.. ToM separate to intelligence

3. What are the 4 things Mirror neurons have been linked to?

  • Subjective self awareness, objective self awareness, psychological self awareness, T.O.M
  • Imitation, Intentions, TOM/empathy, language aquisition
  • Imitation, Intentions, perceptual perspective taking, conceptual perspective taking
  • Intentions, Perceptual perspective taking, psychological self awareness, TOM

4. What are the 4 stages a child's sense of self develops?

  • 1) Subjective self awareness, 2) objective self awareness, 3) Psychological self awareness, 4) language aquisition
  • 1) Objective self awareness, 2) Subjective self awareness, 3)Psychological self awareness, 4) T.O.M
  • 1) Subjective self awareness, 2) objective self awareness, 3) Psychological self awareness, 4) T.O.M
  • 1) Imitation, 2) intentions, 3)Psychological self awareness, 4) T.O.M

5. What did Savage and Rumbaugh find?

  • Ppts shown drawing with 1 of 2 labels. Drawn differently depending on label. Showing language is important
  • Chimps showed cognitive development, challenging Vygotsky
  • Papua New Guinea- basic counting system- limited cognitive development
  • children who couldn’t conserve, taught comparative language but didn't improve
  • - Children performed better on complex puzzle tasks with scaffolding than alone

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