Question
Q3. Define cognitive development?

Expert Answer

Want to see the step-by-step answer?

Check out a sample Q&A here.

Want to see this answer and more?

Experts are waiting 24/7 to provide step-by-step solutions in as fast as 30 minutes!*

*Response times may vary by subject and question complexity. Median response time is 34 minutes for paid subscribers and may be longer for promotional offers.
Tagged in
Social Science
Psychology

Human Development

Applied Psychology

Related Psychology Q&A

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Q: How does psychotropic medications affect an individual’s brain who has Bipolar Disorder?

A: Bipolar Disorder is a type of mood disorder which refers to shifting between extremely elevated  and...

Q: Long term stress can cause certain parts of the brain to "shrink". This phenomenon is called _______...

A: Stress is a physiological and emotional reaction when an individual does not have the resources to m...

Q: what does the term "school of thought mean ?

A: The term 'school of thought' refers to a particular unifying set of ideas or perspective shared by a...

Q: Molly loves early mornings but Patrick has a hard time waking up before ten each day. molly and Patr...

A: Circadian rhythms are the mental, physical, and behavioral changes that follow a 24 hour cycle. An e...

Q: Is persistence a heritable trait?

A: Persistence in behavior refers to continuing an action or plan despite obstacles or difficulties tha...

Q: “Maybe reflective practices offer us a way of trying to make sense of the uncertainty in our workpla...

A: Human beings have been blessed with the ability to self reflect and introspect on their actions. To ...

Q: What did Alfred Binet mean by mental orthopedics and how did this support his beliefs about the natu...

A: Alfred Binet was a French psychologist who is best known for his theory on intelligence and the wide...

Q: PSY217 | Human Growth & Development Module 3:  The Play Years Bubbles in the Bowl: Using Develop...

A: 1. Psychoanalytic theory has 5 stages: Oral Anal Phallic Latency Genital months to  As per this th...

Q: Anna was sexually assaulted in college. Since the assault, she has difficulty maintaining sexual rel...

A: Introduction:  Post traumatic stress disorder related to sexual activity because of sexual assault. ...

Q: Discuss some of the early female and African-American contributors to psychology.

A: Psychology at the beginning used to be mostly dominated by men. It was only in the wake of Civil Rig...

Q: How do Hubel and Wiesel's theory and the spatial frequency theory differ?

A: Introduction:  Spatial frequency theory has been referred to the theory with visual cortex that hand...

Q: Which rule is used in the argument below? Alice is a student in the class. Alice got an A on the tes...

A: Existential generalization is a rule which states that if there is an element in the universe, suppo...

Q: What are the key concepts of the Situated Cognition?

A: Situated cognition is a view about cognition which proposes that cognition operates in the context o...

Q: Alex has decided to try to condition his brother into thinking he will get a piece of candy every ti...

A: Since you have asked multiple questions, we will solve the first question for you. If you want any s...

Q: Explain how social neuroscience adds to our understanding of social development

A: Social neuroscience: The term "social neuroscience" is described as one of the research disciplines ...

Q: Is our individual, conscience sense that we have free will serve as sufficient evidence that compati...

A: Compatibilism is the view that free will and determinism can co-exist. Free will is the control over...

Q: How can sensation (i.e. our 5 senses) impact our perception in general?

A: Sensation refers to the information received from the five senses - sight, hearing, smelling, tastin...

Q: Many people seem to be very uncomfortable with the idea of psychologists "strategically" altering th...

A: Dealing with children and persons who have been traumatized has to be followed by a certain ethics. ...

Q: 4) Explain how Tolman’s “Cognitive Map” study can be seen as a major rebuke of Skinner’s notion that...

A: Learning is the process that enables an individual to accumulate and process the information so that...

Q: Describe the process of print awareness.

A: Print awareness is the ability of an individual to understand the pattern of any print and also its ...

Q: Jacob is a junior in high school who started seeing Dr. Alvarez, the psychologist at his school, dur...

A: Major Depressive Disorder has the a number of criteria out of which at least one should be either de...

Q: Which THREE areas of the brain play key roles in problem-solving and decision-making?

A: Answer: Three areas of an individual's brain that are being involved in the process of decision-maki...

Q: Dee Dee is asked to remember the following list of names: Fritz, Tommy, Mike, Arlo, Ringo, Desi, Lup...

A: Primacy effect in psychology can be best described as the tendency of an individual to remember the ...

Q: What role does  social class play in educational outcomes ?

A: Social class can be characterized as a group of people in the society that belong to the same socioe...

Q: the implications(benefits and chalenges of the kolb learning cycle model

A: Kolb's learning modal consists of a four stage learning cycle. The stages are Concrete Experience, R...

Q: Which of the following had the most significant impact on the evolution of education for students wi...

A: Special education has evolved only in recent times in the last century. Before any reformation, mill...

Q: what are the similarities between parenting styles in Britain and African countries

A: Research on parenting suggests that culture has a major role in shaping the way parents interact wit...

Q: Which of these is true? ___ Behaviorists thought the mind was important but separate from the brain ...

A: The idea of mind has evolved through contributions from different philosophies. One such idea is tha...

Q: Jacob is a junior in high school who started seeing Dr. Alvarez, the psychologist at his school, dur...

A: Mood disorders are prolonged sadness or extreme euphoric happiness , or the alternatively experience...

Q: why it is important to determine a set of behavior categories before making behavioral observations.

A: Introduction:  Assertiveness is a behavior that is referred always in the skills training on regular...

Q: According to the model of relational turbulence, as partners transition from casual dating to more s...

A: A relationship is an emotional bond between two or more than two individuals. It is built on trust, ...

Q: Compare and contrast the long- vs. short-term effects of sleep deprivation. Are they both equally de...

A: Sleep is considered to be playing an important/key part in determining the effective functioning of ...

Q: Securely attached infants tend to O Be cautious with strangers when they get older O Demand to be wi...

A: Researchers have studied various ways in which children connect/attach with their parents/caregivers...

Q: How might lengthy deployments away from home contribute to suicidal behavior among troops?

A: Suicide is the act of taking one's own life. This is usually driven by an underlying mental health c...

Q: How does Gestalt concepts work to determine how we see objects in our environment? List and explain ...

A: Introduction:  The human brain is structured in this way we can see the shape pattern and size. Thes...

Q: This question has two parts to it. Following J.B. Watson's "Little Albert" study, - Who was the pers...

A: Little Albert study was conducted by Watson and his graduate student, Rosalie Rayner to find the evi...

Q: The space between the ends of one cell's axon and another cell's dendrites is a ?

A: There are millions/abundance of nerve cells that help the human body to communicate with each of its...

Q: Why is the Monoamine hypothesis of psychopathologies now considered to be a myth? List 3 possible re...

A: The monoamine hypothesis discusses the biological causes behind psychological disorders, such as dep...

Q: Solve the problem ?

A: Research on emotion has led to the development of various theories that attempt to explain the pheno...