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					Child Development: An Active Learning Approach
Laura E. Levine and Joyce Munsch

                           Chapter 7 – Cognitive Development


These are video links found in the book’s chapter margins, denoted by icons. Key concepts
are brought to life by these videos, which serve as a significant active learning tool for
instructors and students using the book.

Video Link 7.1 – Object Permanence (1:04)

This video illustrates the phenomenon of object permanence.

Video Link 7.2 – Experiment by Baillargeon ( 2:24)

Renee Baillargeon speaks about her infant experiments on object permanence.

Video Link 7.3 - Piaget’s Conservation Experiment (2:16)

Interviews with young children show pre-operational lack of conservation.

Video Link 7.4 – Piaget’s Conservation Experiment (Additional Clip) (:44)

Here is a video that illustrates Piaget's conservation experiments in a young child.

Video Link 7.5 – Concrete and Formal Operational Thinking (1:46)

This film shows the differences between concrete and formal operational thinking.
Child Development: An Active Learning Approach
Laura E. Levine and Joyce Munsch

Video Link 7.6 – Elizabeth Spelke (3:08)

Elizabeth Spelke is discussing her research on early spatial abilities in toddlers.

Video Link 7.7- Children with ADHD (4:52)

This video illustrates the behaviors of children diagnosed with Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and some techniques that can be used to help control their
behavior.      "

Video Link 7.8 – ADHD and the Brain (3:28)

This video discusses the differences found in the brain between children with and without

Video Link 7.9 – Treatment for ADHD (3:10)

This video discusses treatment options that are available for individuals with ADHD.

Video Link 7.10 - Myths and Facts on ADHD (3:07)

These are myths and facts about ADHD.

Video Link 7.11- Experimental Paradigm with Rovee-Collier (2:15)

Elizabeth Rovee-Collier developed an experimental paradigm to allow her to investigate
memory in young children. Here she is discussing the experimental paradigm she uses in
her research.

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