Infant Temperament

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Infant Temperament

Lecture Notes 5: includes continuation of attachment, summary of temperament, and overview of early cognition and Jean Piaget's theory of development

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

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PSYCH 1103 1st Edition Lecture 5 Outline of Last 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 Outline of Current Lecture I. Attachment cont. II. Infant temperament III. Early cognition a. What do infants know about the world? IV. Jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development a. Stage theory of development b. Knowledge acquisition c. Object concept Current Lecture I. Attachment cont. a. Based on secure/insecure attachment at infancy will determine their emotional standpoint with everyone in their life i. Transfer it to friendships, romantic relationships ii. Base model for all subsequent relationships

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