5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Theory of Mind
- forms of attachment
- a Brain's ability to reorganize and change its structure and function throughout its lifespan.
- b reactivity, speed and intensity of emotional arousal, attention, and motor activity
- c Ainsworth- secure, avoidant, resistant, disorganized/disoriented. Bowlby preattachment, attachment-in-the-making, clear-cut attachment, formation of a reciprocal relationship.
- d connections between the nuerons
- e beginning to understand people around them more in order to understand other peoples feelings, if I break this mom will get mad.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Piaget's term for the way infants think by using their senses and motor skills during the first period of cognitive development
- Eriksons' second psychosocial crisis. suitable guidance, reasonable choices, juice or milk? you pick
- practice speaking alone
- Vygotsky's idea that learners should be given only just enough help so that they can reach the next level
- ability to understand mass and volume, different shape glasses
5 True/False Questions
Operant conditioning → infants act, or operate, on the environment, and stimuli, that follow their behavior change the probability that the behavior will occur again.
centration → focus on one aspect and neglect others
Guided participation → arranging objects in sequential order according to one aspect, such as size, weight, or volume
social contagion → human interaction that expands and advances understanding, often through words that one person used to explain something to another
zone of proximal development → what child can do alone vs. with assistance