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PSYC2030 In-Class Quiz Notes

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Week 1-9 lecture content and notes for preparation of a mini exam in mid-semester.

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Psychology Attachment theory Human development Developmental psychology Interpersonal relationships Psychoanalysis Love Intelligence quotient Attachment in children John Bowlby
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Psychology Attachment theory Human development Developmental psychology Interpersonal relationships Psychoanalysis Love Intelligence quotient Attachment in children John Bowlby
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The acquisition of new skills from infancy to adulthood is the example of a qualitative developmental changes in psychological functioning. Some examples from the field of cognitive development will be not having self-awareness to having it, from not knowing words to be able to read words. On the other hands, quantitative developmental changes in psychological functioning is the process of getting more of what we already have, it is probably countable and it increases in number. Some examples from the field of cognitive development are increasing vocabulary used from particular younger age to an older age, from able to read one word to 100 words. Time-lag research is a combination of x-s and l research designs. X-s design test a group of people from different age groups on the same measure at the same point in time,...
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