In order to successfully complete this module you will need to do the following:
1. Read chapters 7 (Development), 5 (Sensation/Perception), 8 (Learning), and 9 (Memory) in the textbook.
2. Submit at least two postings on the Module 2 Discussion Board that directly addresses the questions posed by the instructor. Each posting must be at least 150 words long. Your posting cannot be a question and it must reflect your own thoughts (no quotes and no re-writing someone else’s post)
3. Watch all videos posted in Module 2. Select two of the videos to complete the following assignment: Write two summaries of the two videos that include specific facts and information you learned in the videos. You must state these facts in your own words in an essay format (complete, grammatically correct sentences, correct capitalization, punctuation, and spelling). Re-writing sections of the word of the video byword is NOT acceptable and will result in a score of 0 for the assignment. The summary must be based only on the videos and must be factually correct (as is stated in the videos). Each one of the two summaries must be at least 300 words long.
Questions posed by the instructor:
Question 1: Please describe your thoughts on how children’s temperament and attachment style (secure vs. insecure) work together in helping children develop into emotionally and socially competent adults.
Question 2: Please share your ideas about how the principles of classical and operant conditioning can be useful in parenting children. Give specific examples of parenting strategies that use the principles of operant and/or classical conditioning.
you can find the book at the link below:
Once the web page opens, in the menu on the right-hand side, click on Get This Book and choose the option Readable, and click on Download PDF. Please allow several minutes for the text to download.
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