Behavioral theories of learning emphasize?
Rays temper tantrums have finally driven his mother to her wit's end. Rays mom says she will ignore the tantrums no matter what. This plan is an example of
Operant conditioning differs from classical conditioning by
Mr. Lynch always uses his mean face to shop undesirable behavior in his 1st-period class. However, even though he looks at Tommy with his mean face he still talks out of turn. Tommy is talking out of turn more and more frequently. For Tommy, the mean face is apparently a
Removing an aversive stimulus to increase the frequency of behavior exemplifies...
You take out the garbage in order to get your father to stop pestering you. Your behavior is influenced by
Please remember to put your name on each page is an example of what?
The most effective reprimands are those that are
Gaining weight from ages 2-3 is an example of what
All developmental theories have the following general principle in common:
If John is introduced to the concept of fractions today he will not be able to start adding and subtracting them tomorrow. what general principle of development is illustrated.
The last part of the brain to develop fully is the
According to Piaget the foundation for development in all humans is supplied by
Piaget's basic blocks of think and memory are
Jennie saw a rock sinking in water
"All rocks sink"
Then she saw pumice float and was told it was a rock. She was asked again if all rocks sink
"Well most do"
In Piaget's terms, what process did Jeannine use
When we try a particular strategy and it does not work the discomfort we experience is called
According to Piaget people pass through the four stages of cognitive development.
Michelle covers her own eyes b/c she thinks her friends won't see her. What stage of Piaget's cognitive theory.
In the sensorimotor stage of development, a child begins to develop________
Billy refuses to drink his orange juice from the 1/2 full glass he wants his favorite cup b/c when the same juice is dumped in there it appears full.
What cognitive concept is this? (Piaget)
According to Vygotsky, a child cultural development is
Vygotsky's view of cognitive development differs from Piagets in the importance and emphasis placed on a person's_______
The role of "private speech" in Vygotsky's view is to
According to Vygotsky, scaffolding represents
The zone of proximal development is the area where students may solve a problem__________