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1 CHILD PSYCHOLOGY PSYC MWF 1:25-2:15 Smith 140 Spring 2016 PROFESSOR Tamara Medina, Ph.D. Phone: (302) Office: 111 McKinly Hall Office Hours: Thursdays 9:00 11:00, or by appointment TEACHING ASSISTANT Rebecca Della Valle Office: McKinly Room 093 (across from 002) Office Hours: Tuesdays 12:30-1:30, or by appointment COURSE DESCRIPTION Survey of the interactions of physiological, psychological, and environmental factors determining psychological development. Consideration of major theories of child development. PREREQUISITES PSYC 100 CREDITS 3.0 hours COURSE PURPOSE AND GOALS The purpose of this course is to give you an overview of the perceptual, cognitive, social, and emotional development of the human child while considering the ways in which these topics are investigated and applied by researchers, educators, health care workers, and policy makers. The goals of this course are for you to: Be aware of different theoretical approaches to the study of human development. Develop skills in posing research questions as they pertain to theories of development. Learn how to evaluate evidence and claims as they pertain to theories of development. Consider the implications of findings in child development research for public health and education policy.

2 COURSE MATERIALS REQUIRED TEXTBOOK Keil, Frank Developmental Psychology: The Growth of Mind and Behavior. New York, NY: W. W. Norton and Company. OTHER MATERIALS i>clicker2 or i>clicker You must register your i>clicker in this course on Sakai. 1. Open Sakai. 2. Open this course (16F-PSYC325010: CHILD PSYCHOLOGY). 3. Click on i>clicker on the left sidebar. 4. Enter your i>clicker remote ID (from the back of your i>clicker) in the box provided, and then click Register. SAKAI The course syllabus, lecture slides, UD capture recordings, and so forth will be posted to Sakai throughout the semester. Grades will be maintained in the Gradebook in Sakai, and will be visible to you as the course proceeds. UD Capture link: CLASS STRUCTURE Your learning in this class will come from a combination of what we do in the classroom and what you do on your own outside of class. Class sessions will consist of instructor-presented material, combined with classroom activities and discussion either in pairs/small groups, or by responding with your individual i>clickers. You are expected to attend all class meetings and to arrive on time; being present in class will be critical to your understanding of the course material. There will be three multiple-choice in-class exams to assess your understanding of the course material as we proceed. Outside of class you will be expanding your knowledge via readings, online quizzes, and two homework assignments. GRADING Percent of Final Grade Reading Quizzes 15% Multiple Choice Questions 5% Homework Assignments 20% Exams 60%

3 READING QUIZZES Due every Sunday by 11:59 pm EST. Assigned pages from the Keil textbook are listed in the Schedule below. To help guide you through the textbook reading, you will take open-book online reading quizzes each week on Sakai. You may submit your answers to the quiz at any time during the week; the final deadline for each quiz is Sunday night at 11:59 pm EST. After this time, the quiz will close, the answers to the quiz will become available, and the next week s quiz will open. You must complete these quizzes by the weekly deadline; no make-up quizzes will be offered. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS Due every Sunday by 11:59 pm EST. To push you beyond a passive understanding of the material you will compose your own multiple choice questions on the course material. These questions should target the following five categories of learning listed in the table below. These categories were originally proposed by Benjamin S. Bloom in 1956 as characterizing the kinds of thinking that are critical in the process of learning, and have since been widely adopted by educators at all levels of instruction. Each week you will write two questions, each targeting a different category of learning. Category Knowledge/Remembering Comprehension/Understanding Application/Applying Analysis/Analyzing Evaluation/Evaluating Synthesis/Creating Description identify, define, recognize explain, discuss, describe, illustrate, represent, differentiate apply, relate, develop, organize, restructure, demonstrate, calculate, show analyze, compare, contrast, scrutinize assess, conclude, argue, choose, criticize produce, design, predict, modify, generalize You are encouraged to submit your questions on Sakai at any time during the week questions that are posted online early enough may be used as a clicker question in class! The final deadline for your questions each week is Sunday night at 11:59 pm EST. You must submit your questions by the weekly deadline; you may not submit questions late. HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS See Schedule for due dates. To give you some experience with primary resources, you will have two readings to read and respond to. Peer Reviewed Experimental Report Experimental research is reported in peer-reviewed academic journals. These research reports describe the relevant theoretical background, pose testable hypotheses, and report the outcome of the authors experimentation testing these hypotheses. You will be asked to read an experimental journal article and provide free-response short answers to a set of questions.

4 Public Policy Report Recommended changes in public policy are reported in in-depth peer-reviewed reports. These policy reports advocate particular solution or approach to an existing public issue by providing an evidence-based argument. You will be asked to read a public policy report and provide free-response short answers to a set of questions. EXAMS See Schedule for dates. To assess your overall understanding of the course material, there will be three in-class, closed-book exams. The exams will be multiple-choice and are not cumulative. You are responsible for all material covered in class as well as in the textbook reading. Exams will cover both. The multiple choice questions that you are generating each week may appear on these exams! Make Up Exams You should make every attempt to avoid scheduling other activities on the day of an exam. However, make-up exams will be available on the following dates and times for those who are eligible. Please see below for dates, eligibility, and procedures. Make Up Exam Dates Exam 1 make-up date: Tuesday, October 11 at 10:00 am Exam 2 make-up date: Thursday, November 10 at 10:00 am Exam 3 make-up date: Tuesday, December 13 at 10:00 am Eligibility You are eligible to take a make-up exam only under the following two circumstances: You know ahead of time that you must miss an exam because of a previously scheduled conflict that you are not able to change (e.g., a university-sponsored sports competition that are you participating in, surgery, a religious event), or In the case of illness or emergency. Procedures Prior to the start of the regularly scheduled exam, you must let both me and your TA know that you will be missing the exam. We will let you know where the makeup exam is scheduled. At the time of the make-up exam, you must provide written documentation of the reason for your absence. GRADE SCALE B C D A B C D A B C D F <60 The letter grade you receive is determined by the numerical range that your grade falls into. You can calculate your own final numerical grade as follows: Your grade = (Reading x 0.15) + (Questions x 0.05) + (Homework x 0.20) + (Exams x 0.60)

5 SCHEDULE Date Topic Associated Pages Assignment Due Wed, Aug 31 Introduction to the Class Introduction to Theories of Development Fri, Sept 2 02 The Biological Beginnings of Development 34-43, Quiz and Questions 1 due Sunday 9/4 Mon, Sept 5 NO CLASS LABOR DAY HOLIDAY Labor Day Holiday; University offices closed; classes suspended. Wed, Sept 7 03 Prenatal development and the newborn baby Fri, Sept 9 04 Perceiving the visual world: Development of the eye and brain Quiz and Questions 2 due Sunday 9/11 Mon, Sept 12 Tues, Sept 13: Last day to register or to add courses. After this date tuition and a $25 processing fee will be charged for change of registration; students withdrawing from courses will receive a grade of W on permanent record. 05 Perceiving the visual world: How well can newborns see? Tues, Sept 13: Deadline for completion of deferred examinations and incomplete work (grade I) from Spring Semester 2016, and 2016 Summer Sessions. Wed, Sept 14 Fri, Sept 16 Mon, Sept 19 Wed, Sept 21 Fri, Sept 23 Mon, Sept 26 Wed, Sept 28 Fri, Sept 30 Sun, Oct 2: Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown; continues next 06 Perceiving the visual world: The role of experience with the external world 07 Perceiving the visual world: Color and depth 08 Perceiving the visual world: Faces 09 Understanding the physical world: Piaget s theory 10 Understanding the physical world: Putting Piaget s theory to the test 11 Cognition: Understanding quantity 12 Cognition: Forming mental categories 13 Cognition: Awareness and understanding of others mental states Quiz and Questions 3 due Sunday 9/ Quiz and Questions 4 due Sunday 9/ , Quiz and Questions 5 due Sunday 10/2

6 two days - see policy in Faculty Handbook on excused absence. Mon, Oct 3 14 Changing Knowledge and Core Knowledge Wed, Oct 5 Exam 1 Fri, Oct 7 15 Language acquisition: Learning language sounds Mon, Oct Language acquisition: Learning Tues, Oct 11: Yom words Kippur begins at sundown; continues following day See policy in Faculty Handbook on excused absence. Wed, Oct Language acquisition: Learning words Fri, Oct 14 Fri, Oct 14: Deadline for midterm grades to be posted in UDSIS. Mon, Oct 17 Wed, Oct 19 Fri, Oct Language acquisition: Putting words together into sentences 19 Learning theory: Classical conditioning 20 Learning theory: Instrumental conditioning 21 Learning theory: Observational conditioning , Quiz and Questions 6 due Sunday 10/9 264, , , Quiz and Questions 7 due Sunday 10/ , , Peer-reviewed Experimental Report Optional Quiz and Questions 8 due Sunday 10/23 Mon, Oct Memory Tues, Oct 25: Last day to change registration or to withdraw from courses. Wed, Oct Attention Fri, Oct Developmental Spotlight: ADHD Quiz and Questions 9 due Sunday 10/30 Mon, Oct 31 Exam 2 Wed, Nov 2 25 Intelligence Fri, Nov 4 26 Schooling , Quiz and Questions 10 due Sunday 11/6 Mon, Nov 7 27 Learning to Read Mon, Nov 7: Registration begins for Spring Semester, Wed, Nov 9 28 Learning Math Fri, Nov Learning Math, continued Quiz and Questions 11 due Sunday 11/13 Mon, Nov Attachment , Wed, Nov Parenting and Families, Friendship and Community , , Fri, Nov Social Deprivation Public Policy Report

7 Mon, Nov 21 NO CLASS THANKSGIVING BREAK Nov 21-25: Classes suspended Monday through Friday for Thanksgiving. Wed, Nov 23 NO CLASS THANKSGIVING BREAK Fri, Nov 25 NO CLASS THANKSGIVING BREAK Mon, Nov Emotional Development Wed, Nov Self-Regulation Fri, Dec 2 35 Personality and Temperament , , Mon, Dec 5 36 Developmental Spotlight: Autism Wed, Dec 7 37 Developmental Spotlight: ADHD Fri, Dec 9 Exam 3 Fri, Dec 9: Last day of classes. Optional Quiz and Questions 12 due Sunday 11/20 Quiz and Questions 13 due Sunday 12/4 Sat-Sun, Dec 10-11: Reading Days: no examinations scheduled. Mon, Dec 12 Sat, Dec 17: Final examinations. Wed, Dec 21: Deadline for 2016 Fall semester grades to be posted to UDSIS.

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