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Psychology Chapter 3

QuestionAnswer
Effects of abuse depression, low self image, and anti-social behavior
Accomodation Creating a new schema
Assimilation Placing thoughts in an existing schema
Attatchment Level of bond between parent and child
Authoritarian Child plays no part in the decisions that a parent makes
Autonomy Level of independence
Habinski reflex When foot is tickled, adults curl their toes while babies spread their toes
Conservation Amount doesn't change with it's shape
Critical period Window of opportunity early in maturation
Democratic/Authoritative Child has say in parent's decisions/ supportive parents
Depth perception 6 months of age- plexi glass experiment
Diana Braumrind Made different parenting styles
Disorganized attachment Child is confused
Erik Erikson Looked at psychosocial development
Formal operations Last stage of Piaget's study/ hypothetical reasoning/ thinking outside of the box
Harry Harlow Guy with monkeys/ baby monkey's prefer contact comfort
Jean Piaget Tests on cognitive development
Konrad Lorenz geese imprinting experiment
Lawrence Kohlberg Moral and ethical development/ decision making
Mary Ainsworth Came up with strange situation/ toddlers going to school/ attachment
Maturation Development time table
Maturational readiness How ready a child is to reach it's milestone
Moro reflex the startle reflex/ babies come out of fetal position
Overgeneralization Children overuse grammar rules
Phallic stage Everything is about genitals
Representational thought Kids can picture things in their mind
Robert Franz Strange situation with Ainsworth/ measured perception of babies
role identification Gender roles with parents by using games and imitation
Rooting reflex An infant's mouth follow what is touching the cheek
Schema Framework for learning
Sigmund Freud Psychosexual development
Socialization Process of learning rules and behavior for your culture
Stranger anxiety Infant's are anxious and uneasy about strangers
Sublimation Oppressing sexual urges and focusing on learning
Symbols Learning pictures and letters and associating them with things
Telegraphic speech Second stage of language "dog gone" "where mom"
Created by: kberkenstock