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UNIT 5

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Heritibility with depression occurs __% with females 49
Acquired belief that one is able to obtain the rewards that one seeks. Learned helplessness.
Children of divorce are more likely to have. Drug abuse and worse health
children show beginnings of adult logic, but generally focus on tangible or "concrete objects" concrete-operational stage
children know that they can have several properties or dimensions. Law of conservation
Able to focus on multiple parts of a problem or situation at once. Decentration
If A>B and B>C then A >C. Transitivity
Behavior is considered to be correct when it conforms to authority or to the rules. Moral realism
Moral judgement become self-governed. autonomous morality
Children base moral judgements on the consequences of their behavior. Preconventional level
Right and wrong are judged by conformity to conventional standards of right and wrong. Conventional level
Moral reasoning is based on person's own moral standards. Postconventional level
Ability to focus one's attention and screen out distraction advances steadily. Selective attention
Lasting for a fraction of a second. Sensory memory
knowledge and control of own cognitive abilities. Metacognition
Created by: hanseldeuce