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    012 - What is H. Dev?


    012 - What is H. Dev?

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    Daniel Westfall Pin 1 This pin relates to this particular chapter in terms of the discussion about Erikson. It describes his life and his accomplishments. I find really interesting the discussion about identity. Erikson had a lot to contribute to the study of behavior. His theory of stages was one of the major contributions.

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    Daniel Westfall Pin 2 This pin relates to this chapter in terms of Sigmund Freud. This pin focuses on his thoughts of dreams and their purpose. But not just in dreams, this article some what points out that Freud thought there was a dark abyss in all of us. Something trying to manifest itself, that has been repressed since early childhood. Freud focused heavily of aggression and unsatisfied sexual urges as the root of most human condition.

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    Rebecca Lara 230-0012 pin#2- This article relates to the chapter because it talks about the importance of exposing children to as many different social situations as possible to help develope them to the highest level possible.

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    Rebecca Lara-012 pin#1 This article talks about Neo-Piagetian Theorists and Jean Piaget's Theory on children's cognitive developement. They are now starting to reiterate certain parts of Piaget's theory by using today's knowledge to corresponde the human brain's growth with Piaget's steps in developement. The researcher, named Robbie Case, talks about the central processing speed of the brain as well as memory-span and environmental factors to explain the thought process of a child.

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    Alex Alvarado- Pin 2. This pin relates back to chapter 1 because it all ties into development. This article & video explains how Turkeys live & why they are the way they are. Is it because of nature or nurture?

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    Alex Alvarado- Pin 2. This article & video relates back to chapter 1, because it brings up Nature vs. Nurture with turkeys & questions where their knowledge & instincts come from either (nature) or did they learn it from Joe their caretaker (nurture).

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    Ann Trujillo Pin 2 This pin is relevent because it talks about what motor skills a child develops and how they develop

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    012 Kara Schaefer This pin relates to the chapter because it talks about the zone of proximal development. It has a cool interactive picture that helps you understand the zone and also has a video.

    Zone of Proximal Development - Scaffolding | Simply Psychology

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    012 Kara Schaefer This pin is about Erik Erikson's theories of psychosocial development and the different stages that we go thorough during our life.

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    Dzevada Velic - Pin 2 - Albert Bandura was a soical cognitive theorist. He believed that learning occurs through observations of others. He's also known for his classic Bobo doll experiment in the 1960s where children mimiced novel actions just by watching an adult engage in the experiment.

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    Dzevada Velic - Pin 1 - This article talks about how a baby will cry to get its way. Like crying because it wanted a toy that the older brother had and the mom giving in so the baby will cooperate, a form of negative operant conditioning.

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    John Leidholt- pin 2 This website explains Lev Vygotsky's theory that children learn a lot from home interaction. In the article it states that most early childhood language development occurs at home.

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    John Leidholt- Pin 1 I found a link on this website that explained how scientists can use classical conditioning with babies using olfactory only 48 hours after birth. Babies were conditioned using an odor followed by brushing of the head and arms. Those babies later responded positively to the odor compared to those babies who received the smell followed by nothing. This relates to conditioning as we've discussed a little bit in our text.

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    Sarah Gaipa. Pin 1: This relates to the topic in class because it discusses the different stages of development a child should go through. It follows the same topic we talked about in class when we were learning about the five different stages of psychosexual development that was Freud's theory, as well as the eight stages of psychosocial development that was Erikson's theory.

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    Katy LaFary Pin 1- This article has to do with Albert Bandura who was a social cognitive theorist whose focus was that we learn through observation. This particular experiment consisted of an adult acting violantly towards a Bobo doll while children observed. When they were let into the room after their observation they imitated what they saw from the adult towards the bobo doll driving home the importance of the need for adults to be "models" for children.

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    Ashley Cruz - pin2- this talks about the environmental effects of child development from the environment

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    Ashley cruz- pin 1 - talking about the development and the early recognition of speech before actually speaking.

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    Riley Vincel- It connects to the chapter because it talks about the stages of psychosexual development. He is one of the psychologists who first developed this theory.

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    A New Twist in the Case of Little Albert Here is a short article which adds a new twist to Watson's "little Albert" experiment. On of the burning questions after the experiment was who is Little Albert? Watson was unable to decondition Little Albert as he was pulled out of the experiment. Not only did researchers find Little Albert, who died at the age of six, they also uncovered evidence that he was not a healthy normal baby, bringing doubt to the experiment. Scott Bannick

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    Ashley Shope Pin 2: This article discusses a bridge between nature vs. nurture. It states that nurture is still a main part of a child's development, but a lot of researchers overlook the importance parental "guidance" that help nurture their child through their individual genetic characteristics.

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    Ashley Shope Pin 1: Erikson's Theory of Psychosocial Development is evident in many studies, including this one about cigarette smoking in teenagers. The study differentiates the different stages that teenagers go through to become a regular smoker, including peer pressure and peer acception to family conflicts and mimicking parents. (sorry there were no good pictures)

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    Brian Anderson Pin 2: Tiger parenting was made famous a few years ago by Amy Chua. Her book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, emphasizes strict no nonsense parenting; a very different story of human development than we westerners are used to. This article explores how effective tiger parenting is.

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    Brian Anderson Pin 1: Sigmund Freud's theories on human development are just as prevalent today as they were in his time. What better way to put them into practice than by using them on your own children?

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    Mariah Martinez- Chapter 1 Pin- Naturalistic observation This pin is relevant to the topic because it describes what Naturalistic observation is and how it is used in psychology.

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