Just so I am clear -- you are to discuss the similarities/differences between (1) Skinner, Watson and Pavlov with (2) Piaget and Bronfenbrenner (corrected spelling)?
Is that right?
Okay... so behaviorists believe that development (growing intellectually) is determined by consequences. Whereas Cognitive theorists believe that development is a result of mastering new age-appropriate stages, and contextual theorists believe that development is a result of environmental and contextual interaction with the world around you.
Similarities include the idea that children do not develop in a vacuum- that development is a result of interaction with the world
Differences include the idea that development occurs as a result of feedback (beha) or interaction.
With this in mind, you can now choose two other issues, such as "how people learn" or "morals" for instance and add that to how development occurs. Use topics that you've learned about in the course. Most likely those were morality, sexuality, intellect, development, learniing, attachment and so on....
Does this help?
How do I get you answer questions when I need them if you were the only one I want to answer.
All you have to do is write FOR: XXXXX XXXXX in the subject line - and I'll get it :-)
I have a question already waiting the in que I just wanted you to answer here is the question "Explain how a college education will change or modify a person's self- schema?"
I know that self schema is a perosn belief about selfthat organizes and guides the procesiing of self relevant information, the question seems easy enough but I can not seem to answer it.
Good! I am so glad! Sounds like a new semester! One step closer to the big goal!!! Congratulations :-)