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Children tinker, explore and create, but some more than others, and under some conditions more than others. What leads children to investigate, invent and build their own ideas? We will examine the development of curiosity, invention, and the ability to have or construct an idea. We will also look at what accounts for individual differences between children, including the role of intelligence, creativity, social cues, and opportunity. We will look at how these processes unfold at home and in school, and discuss the educational implications of the research we read, and the research we conduct.
Grading: no pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
three 3- to 5-page essays, two child observations and a 7- to 10-page final paper
PSYC 101, and PSYC 232 or PSYC 272, or permission of instructor
preference given to Psychology majors
PSYC Area 3 - Developmental Psychology
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