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Title: Infant Cognition Chapter 11, Piaget, Baillargeon Next time: Infant Social Development Chapter 11, Va


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Infant Cognition (Chapter 11, Piaget,
Baillargeon)Next time Infant Social
Development (Chapter 11, Vaughn Waters)
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Infant Cognition (Chapter 11, Piaget,
Baillargeon)Next time Infant Social
Development (Chapter 11, Vaughn Waters)
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The Origins of Intelligence in Children
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The Origins of Intelligence in ChildrenThe
Construction of Reality in the Child
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The Origins of Intelligence in ChildrenThe
Construction of Reality in the ChildPlay,
Dreams, and Imitation in Childhood
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Piagets Infancy Studies
  • Sample
  • Longitudinal
  • Naturalistic
  • Observational
  • Small experiments
  • Theoretically guided
  • Basic knowledge
  • Broad scope
  • Within-subject
  • Protocols
  • Much interpretation

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Object concept Knowledge that objects have a
permanent existence that is independent of our
perceptual contact with them
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Violation-of-expectation method Method of study
in cognitive developmentmeasures the infants or
childs reaction to an apparent violation of a
logical or physical law
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Baillargeon (pp. 214-218)
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Baillargeon DeVos (92)
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Wiebe, S. A., Espy, K. A., Charak, D. (2008).
Using confirmatory factor analysis to understand
executive control in preschool children I.
Latent structure. Developmental Psychology, 44,
575-587.
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