Developmental Psychology

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Developmental Psychology

Lecture Notes 4: includes types of teratogens, overview of neonatal reflexes and infant attachment

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University Of Connecticut
Psyc 1103 - General Psychology II (Enhanced)

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PSYCH 1103 1st Edition Lecture 4 Outline of Last Lecture I. Sampling a. Who should be in your study? b. Random sampling c. Other sampling strategies II. Research tools a. Low tech b. High tech III. Developmental psychology a. Definition b. Early development Outline of Current Lecture I. Teratogens a. Lead b. Cigarette smoke c. Alcohol d. Pharmaceuticals e. PCB’s f. Insecticides II. Neonatal reflexes a. Breathing b. Sucking c. Rooting d. Moro e. Grasping f. Lack of reflexes g. Disappearance of reflexes III. Early social interaction IV. Attachment a. Harry Harlow b. Konrad Lorenz c. Human attachment Current Lecture I. Teratogens a. Lead i. Good stabilizer ii. Was used in gasoline, paints iii. Big exposures to it will kill you iv. Small exposures to it can dampen down you intellectually

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