Primary caregiver is the person who takes most care of the child (usually the mother). Secondary caregiver still cares for the child but less than the primary and has less influence on the child (usually father).
1 year ago
1 year ago
what is the exact age for the strange situation task?
I just noticed that I made a mistake in my explanation. I switched latency with amplitude.
- P1's amplitude decreases with increasing age.
- P1's latency decreases with increasing age.
- N170's amplitude decreases until the age of 12-13 years and increases at the age of 14- 15 years
- N170's latency decreases with increasing age.
- face indexing (P1) is gets more efficient with increasing age
- face indexing (P1) gets faster with increasing age
- face processing (N170) gets more efficient until the age of 12-13 years and then gets less efficient again around the age of 14-15 years.
- face processing (N170) gets faster with increasing age
I'm sorry for the confusion.
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1 year ago
from what age on can a child perceive object unity? some notes say 1 month some say 4 months..
yes, true but I think Chomsky said that there is ONE device that is responsible for language. If you can do one part of language and the other part you cannot do, there has to be something more than ONE language acquisition device
I don't know how relevant it is, but I found wrong explanations for the "cocktail party effect" in some of the summaries. The cocktail-party effect is filtering out all the unwanted noise around you - like when on a party with a lot of talks - to still understand the one person speaking to you perfectly.
The lunch line effect is when you selectively hear your name, like when waiting for your lunch at work and overhearing your name in someone else's conversation.
Don't mix them up =)
It's a mixture of a cross-sectional and longitudinal design, so you observe different age groups at the same time but over a couple of years. For example, you have three groups of 3, 6 and 9 years, and then you observe each of these groups every year for 5 years.
One of the "practical"exam questions can give you an example :) there are the advantages of longitudinal and cross-sectional designs with the disadvantages of the longitudinal one but less pronounced :)
for 3 "Use it or lose it" and for 1 they Change the sucking behaviour bc the impossible Situation is "NEW" and thus cause a Change, the possible Situation is known and does not have an influence on the child's behaviour
Hi everyone, this sheet is the product of me trying to compile all the topics from the development corse into a sheet where the change/age can be seen.
There are somethings to note though.
- excel does not have spell check so sorry if there are spelling errors
- sheet is large and the text size is small to allow all the important info to be down,
- the ages given from the books and articles vary
!I hope this helps for the exam!
Hey it me!! Complete summary of Goldstein's book and the article, with a little bit of introductory information from Siegler's book (only a little). Please let me know if there's something wrong/not clear. Hope it helps :) <3