Unit Nine: Developmental Psychology

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Unit Nine: Developmental Psychology
1 Jean Piaget
1.1 The Four Stages of Development
1.1.1 Sensorimotor
1.1.1.1 Ages 0-2 years
1.1.1.1.1 Difficulties in understanding that objects outside of their field of vision still exist; object permanence
1.1.2 Preoperational
1.1.2.1 Ages 2-7 years
1.1.2.1.1 Usually believes that everyone thinks, sees, and believes as they do (egocentrism); have the ability to think representationally/symbolically; able to use basic language.
1.1.3 Concrete Operational
1.1.3.1 Ages 7-11 years
1.1.3.1.1 Are able to understand that an object's size and shape do not directly relate to the quantity or amount that it can hold; can personify objects in thoughts and speech
1.1.4 Formal Operational
2 Mary Ainsworth
2.1 Infant Psychology: Attachment Types
2.1.1 Experiment: "The Strange Situation"
2.1.1.1 A baby and its mother are brought into a room with toys. After a few minutes, a stranger comes in, and after a few minutes more, then mother leaves. Shortly thereafter, the mother returns. The baby is observed for the duration of all this time, to judge and categorize their attachment types based on their reactions to each and every stimuli (the new room, the stranger, their mother leaving and returning, the toys)
3 Harry Harlow
4 Konrad Lorenz
5 Erik Erikson
6 Lawrence Kohlberg
7 Lev Vygotsky
8 Diana Baumrind

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