Behaviorism

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Behaviorism
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2015-01-13 14:41:29
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Behaviorism Behaviourism Learning Psychology
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  1. According to Piaget, 4 factors contribute to learning:
    1 Process. 
    3 Measurements of progress
    • Process: Equlibration process
    • Maturation: Internalized programmed growth, invariable sequence, toward a cohesive self
    • Phys experience
    • Soc. Experience
  2. Equlibration process
    • - One of 4 learning factors
    • - Self-regulation
    • - Contradiction drives development:
    • Compensation by ASSIMILATION and ACCOMMODATION
  3. Learning is subordinate to
    • Development
    • (vs. Vygotsky and Gargne)
  4. Sources of contradiction:
    • Observations
    • Subsystem classifications
    • Part/Whole class inclution
    • Social experiences
  5. What drives development
    • Contradiction...
    • Process of Compensation starts
  6. Formal op
    • 11/12+ ¬†years
    • Schema of all possibilities
    • Hypodeductive logic
    • Abstract thinking
    • Freeing from context
    • Moral
  7. Compensation has 3 levels of behaviour:
    Alpha
    Beta
    Gamma
    • Alpha: Cancelling/Ignoring
    • Beta: Ass/Acc
    • Gamma: Anticipation of change
  8. Vicariance
    Whole preserved even though parts change
  9. What is a pre-condition to learning
    Competence
  10. Intra-individual contradiction might lead to
    Schema growth

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