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child psychology in general

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psychological theories sees childrens behaviour as primarily?
a.goal oriented
b.instinctive
c.emotion triggered
d. constant

my answer is a

  • child psychology in general - ,

    You didn't answer PsyDAG's questions yesterday.
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    He will be your best source of information ... answer his questions and he should be able to help you.

  • child psychology in general - ,

    psychological theories about children emphasise much more the necessities of explaining behaviour rather than labelling or judging it


    psychological theories of developing stress the goal-related character of childrens behaviour.behaviour is always directed towards achieving something

  • child psychology in general - ,

    goal=achieving something

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    so a is right ???

  • child psychology in general - ,

    Yes, a is right.

    Are you having trouble understanding what you are reading in these texts? It seems so ... and my suggestion is that you take a reading comprehension class while you are taking these psych classes. Reading comprehension classes will do two things: increase your understanding of what you read and build your vocabulary.

    Please read this article carefully to understand why building your vocabulary is so necessary if you want to succeed:
    http://www.city-journal.org/2013/23_1_vocabulary.html

  • child psychology in general - ,

    Thank you so much

  • child psychology in general - ,

    You're welcome.

    One thing I've always heard from people -- that early psych classes are basically vocabulary classes!! You need to make sure you understand every single word in every single sentence. Use these online dictionaries when you need to look up words:

    http://www.answers.com
    and
    http://www.onelook.com
    Both of these have definitions from several different dictionaries.

    http://www.dictionary.com

  • child psychology in general - ,

    thanks

  • child psychology in general - ,

    =)

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