child development

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what is the social leanring theory?
leanring through observing others
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who are the 3 theorists who worked on attachment?
Bowbly, Ainsworth and Harter
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What are the big five?
openess/intellect, agreebleness, nerotisum, extroversion and concienciousness
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what are the vs in Ericksons theory?
trust vs mistrust, automony vs shame, initative vs guilt, industry vs inferity and identity vs confusion
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what is self concept?
self-esteem, self-image and ideal self
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what are the ecological systems?
Micro, Meso, Macro, Exo and Chrono systems
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what 3 things build the observational leanring needs?- Bandura
model, modelling and conditioning
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what are the 3 stages Kholberg said?
pre-conventional, post-conventional and conventional
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what is the pre-conventional stage?
punshment- 6-13yrs
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what is the post-conventional stage?
law and order- 16-20yrs
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what is the conventional stage?
principle, good boy/ nice girl, 13-16 yrs
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what are Piagets 3 moral stages?
pre-moral, Moral realism and moral relativism
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what experiment did Harlow do?
the monkey experiment- cloth mother/wired mother
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what was Ainsworths theory?
strange attachments and reactions
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what are the 3 stages of Bowlbys attachment theory?
Protest, despair and detach
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what are the principles of growth?
Growth is not smooth and continuous, growth starts with uncontrolled large gross motor skills, Growth starts with the movement of the head and carries down the body and Growth varies between individuals.
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what are used to measure growth?
Centile charts
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what is skinners theory about?
positive and negative reinforcers
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what does LAD stand for?
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what are the 3 types of langauge in Chomskys theory?
Phonolgy, semantics and syntax
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whats chomskys theory and what does it mean?
the zone of proximal development- The gap between what a child can do individually and with a adult.
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what are the 3 modes in Bruners theory?
enactive, iconic and symbolic
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what are the 4 levels of schema and who developed them?
Athey- symbolic representation level, functional dependancy level, motor level and thought
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what are the names of the 4 stages in Piagets models of cognition theory?
sensori-motor, pre-operational, concrete operational and formal operational
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pavlov said children learn thorugh?
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what is classical conditioning- Pavlov
Leanring through association
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what are the 5 circumstances for children carrying out behaviours?
Attention, encoding, retrieving, practise and in addition physical skill
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what are the 5 reflexes of a new born baby?
rooting, palmar-grasp, stepping, moro, and swallowing
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At what age will children start cooing?
3 months
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what is syntax?
the arrangement of words and phrases
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what is phonolgy?
the sounds within langauge
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what are semantics?
composing words such as adding less onto the end of a wordwho
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who said children learn best through play and exploration?
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