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"Child improvement" covers every age via youth, targeting a special area of developmental psychology in each bankruptcy and emphasizing idea and learn. as a way to aid scholars imagine like researchers, the authors current a thematic method that continuously ties findings to the six subject matters underlying the research of human development--the function of nature and nurture; the effect of sociocultural context; the lively function of the kid; non-stop vs. stage-like improvement; the interplay of assorted domain names of improvement; and the prominence of person variations in improvement
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Individual Differences Many information-processing theories pay little heed to individual differences in development. However, their potential to explain such differences in terms of variations in rules, strategies, and other procedures for processing information is considerable. ■ Interaction Among Domains A notable limitation of many informationprocessing models is their failure to consider emotional, motivational, and other domains of behavior. How social factors such as instructions, modeling, and the cultural context of learning lead to developmental changes in processing information is also rarely spelled out (Klahr, 1989).
Qxd pp3 2/24/03 1:15 PM Page 24 24 Chapter 1 Themes and Theories development. Cognitive development, he eventually concluded, is more like a spiral in which change constantly occurs, although sometimes at faster rates than at other times (Beilin, 1989). ■ Individual Differences Piaget placed very little emphasis on individual differences in development. His goal was to identify the principles that applied to cognitive and other aspects of development in all children. ■ Interaction Among Domains Piaget’s theory has implications for many domains of development.
Qxd pp3 2/24/03 1:15 PM Page 17 17 Learning Theory Approaches of the discipline was the formation of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) in 1933 for scientists who wished to share their growing knowledge of child behavior and development. Today the membership of this society numbers about five thousand (SRCD, 2002) and includes developmental researchers, practitioners, and professionals working in settings such as colleges, universities, research institutes, and hospitals. , neuropsychology, comparative psychology, and clinical psychology), as well as the specialized area of developmental psychology.