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Hey, when I download the document, the document is a mess, the text is in red and crossed out
Yes I didn't know how to get rid of this for the upload - you have to choose "no markups" at the review section in word But I will upload the document as a PDF then as well now :)
hey guys as you can image the name of the doc is wrong but the content is all gut!!! hihi
I think you can change the title even after uploading :)
i tried.. but thank you!!
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Thanks for uploading this summary. Are they using the same literature this year or are there any changes.
Literature is the same except one additional article last year :)
perfect thanks :D
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This one is absolutely amazing! Actually never seen such a good document on SD. Thanks a bunch, I really appreciate it!Hope this will save my ass tommorow!
Wouldn't be this one A? In all the schemas I saw about it they mention first the separation from the mom.
In my notes, stanger anxiety peaks first at around 6-12 months, and separation anxiety peaks at around 13-15 months; they don't talk about the first appearance, but about the peaks
Ok, thank you!
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Can somebody explain question 45??
The first and third story do not include any beliefs of other people while for understanding the second story it's important to understand why the boy would be surprised.
Aren't 1 & 3 the exact same stories? Just wondering...
Hey guys! Any helpful advice for the exam? :)
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other advises???
Run for your life and never look back
arent these the wrong way round?
nope they're not! It's just a short description of semantic and episodic memory but if you look the long version in the book then these 2 sentences make much more sense :P
This has to be quality, right?
Yes
yup, sorry for that one
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This is really good notes mate! Thx lots!!!
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wow so great, where do you get your information from?
god just told me
thanks for this super nice explanation, very much appreciated! <3
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lovely!
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<3
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You deserve all my respect! thanks!
You're welcome :)
anyone that has dutch summaries?
Will the answer key be available today?
it is available
How did you guys like the exam?
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I hope that some of the questions will be taken out. Did you guys saw the facebook post in the group?
What does it say?
Hey hey, what does good/ bad boy mean concerning moral development? :P
People try to be good to be accepted by society = 3rd stage of kohlberg
can somebody explain intermodal and crossmodal perception ? it is from development task 2
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When does it develop?
Sensory + visual from birth, auditory + visual from around 3 months (visual cliff experiment)
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I think white matter increases in a linear pattern (not inverted U-shape) over the entire life (thats what he said in the last lecture at least)
no, white matter increases in a linear shape from birth until adulthood. over the entire life, it is an inverted U-shape. look at the lecture slide :)
oh yes, your'e right! sorry about the confusion
can someone please explain what primary and secondary caregiver means?
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).
Thaank you!
what is the exact age for the strange situation task?
Between 12-24 months, which makes sense because part of the task tests seperation anxiety, which is at it's highest around 1,5 years. Hope you can remember it like this.
Thank You.
Question 23: Aren't A and B correct? A is insecure/avoidant and B insecure/ambivalent right?
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Yeah but the question is which of these is insecure, and I thought basically everything that is not secure is insecure. I just want to make sure I remember the classification correctly
Question 23 hasn't been worded properly; in another version of this test, question 23 is "which child displays insecure/avoidant attachment" so it's A
Question about: The development of emotional face processing during childhood (Problem 5) can someone explain to me what they did in the experiment? can't really get it from the summaries I have
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what decreases and increases? I'm stuck.
I just noticed that I made a mistake in my explanation. I switched latency with amplitude. Thus, again: - 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. Conclusion: - 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.
from what age on can a child perceive object unity? some notes say 1 month some say 4 months..
they can do the rod and block experiment at 4 months, thats what I know :)
Do we need to know the model of Eisenberg (Task 9)?
No we dont, we asked the course coordinator and he said it wasn't necessary.
Why is the Williams Syndrome an argument against Chomsky ?
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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
That makes sense, thanks!
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 =)
Does anyone have nice summary of the articles of Task 6, Werker and Sebastian Galles ? I couldnt find it in summaries.
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Which program did you use for this ?
Can someone please explain what a sequential design is?
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 :)
does anyone has a timeline for task 4?
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ClQ_aOb1MjWl4M27v-XxBS7Jp3n0PgCFDElOg9WRHPA/edit?usp=sharing This might help. Ludivine Jamotte has also uploaded a timeline.
belongs the information-processing theory also to Vygotsky and Siegler?
What do you mean exactly? Information-processing is a theory for itself and it is not a part of Piaget's or Vygotsky's theory. But I don't know if that's what you are asking for:)
You just answered my question haha :) thank you
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just wanted to say thank you for your nice summaries. love your idea to put everything into a mind map. so clear. great.
i am just the fcking best
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Thanks for your summary! That's great! Will definitely help me :)
I forgot what was meant with 'positive internal working model attachment'. Can someone elaborate? :)))
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an internal working model is the attachment style you develop and a positive on ewould be "secure" I guess :)
internal working model = schema (of relationship) schema contains expectations, self-image, etc.
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Question 34: why not b and c?
I'm wondering too..
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is answer A for question 33 really correct? thought it would be C
can someone explain this (it belongs to task 2): amodal and obituary? Thanks at advance :)xx
Do you mean arbitrary?
yes, sorry
Is b correct here? I thought a would make more sense, because the parents seem to not respond to the child at all, but b sounds like a secure attacment.
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22 a & c are correct, right?
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The lecturer said it belongs to the coordination.. But maybe it is not clear cut and starts somewhere in-between 7-8m :)
The secondary circular reactions stage goes from 4-8 months and in the lecture he said that object permanence emerges at the end of this stage, as you said at 7-8 months :)
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Thx for uploading, but as a hint I'd suggest that you are more concise. Eg the historical background of attachment theory is irrelevant for the exam.
thanks for the feedback! That's true but it's only 2 bullet-points that are irrelevant I think ;-)
what do you mean by that?
6mo children can make the difference between shapes looking "helping" and "non-helping" or outside the group. (even this is weird to say that geometrical shapes can be helping or not...)
Correct the grammar of that sentence
Can someone briefly explain why the first and third?
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
Hey Guys, what is the exact age when children stop doing the A-not-B error? Thanks
As far as I know this error occurs with 7-12 month olds. So I would say they stop doing it after finishing the first year of their life.
Thanks.
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where did you get the stages of prosocial behavior?
I read Leman so should be somewhere in chapter 14...
does someone has example exams?
Do we need antisocial behaviour for the last problem?
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it says that it's not finished..when will you upload a final version? this is great anyways ;)
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can't wait :P
most helpful is making your own ;)
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