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Child Development vocab
Vocab words for Child Development
Strong opinions that may create barriers to hearing anything that is contrary to our opinions.
Beliefs that one's own ethnic group, nation, or culture is innately superior to others.
Mistaken beliefs that everyone has the same experiences and values that we have and therefore should think as we do.
Well-established procedures to collect information about family experiences.
Suspending the beliefs, biases, or prejudices we have about a subject until we really understand what is being said, then relating it to the information and attitudes we already have.
Sets of simplistic, rigidly held, and over generalized beliefs about the personal characteristics of a group of people.
The specification and definition of concepts used by the researcher.
Sets of general principles of concepts used to explain phenomenon and to make predictions that may be tested and verified experimentally.
The identification and/or development of research strategies to observe or measure our concepts.
Concepts are turned into variables, concepts that can vary in some meaningful way.