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When we ask people to recall experiences, they rarely report memories dating from much before about three years of age. For the purpose of this assessment I have chosen the ‘Childhood Amnesia and the Beginnings of Memory for Four Early Life Events’ conducted by JoNell A. Usher and Ulric Neisser, published in 1993 in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Therefore, in the following paragraphs I will outline the aim of the study, the methodology and the overall findings. The current research indicates that most of the early memories are of distressing experiences.
This paper will review five studies concerning the behavior and development of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The studies investigate how autism effects communication, socialization, cognitive development, and a number of other areas. Researchers use many different types of scales to measure and compare the difference between children with ASD and typically developing children. Methodology Study 1 Morgan, Lindee, Wetherby, Amy M., Barber, Angie (2008) Repetitive and stereotyped movements in children with autism spectrum disorders late in the second year of life In this study there were three groups of children between 18 and 24 months of age participated. One group had Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), another group had developmental delays (DD) but autism was ruled out, and the third group had a typical development (TD).
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A Doctor writes, “Depressive illness occurs in 2 to 4 per cent of children” (Depression in Childhood). Childhood depression is slightly possible of being cured over time with effective use of treatment, both therapy and medications. Depression can start at a very young age. Children under the age of seven are unable to label themselves as depressed. Those youngsters who cannot report their feelings, depression is shown through behavior.
The third type of dyslexia is Alexic Dyslexia. This type has difficulty with both Visual Dyslexia and Auditory Dyslexia. These learners are affected by a complete loss of reading ability. Dyslexia can be developmental or it can be acquired. If it is developmental, it is caused by genetic anomalies in the brain.
01 Apr. 2014. Bertone, A., Hanck, J., Kogan, C., Chaudhuri, A., & Cornish, K. (2010). Using Perceptual Signatures to Define and Dissociate Condition-Specific Neural Etiology: Autism and Fragile X Syndrome as Model Conditions. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 40 (12).
Retrieved February 25, 2014, from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1365-2214.2009.01048.x/full Hall, S.E.K., & Geher, G. (2003). Behavioral and Personality Characteristics of Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder. The Journal of Psychology, 137, 145-162. Retrieved February 25, 2014, from http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00223980309600605#.U2H4vl69ZuY Marwick, H., Minnis, H., Arthur, J., & Alexis, M. (2006, May 9). Reactive Attachment Disorder— A Theoretical Model Beyond Attachment.
This paper will focus on the implantation of false memories in children and dementia patients and touch on which subjects are affected more by false memories. In a study done by Henry Otgaar, he shows that prevalence information promotes children’s false memories. In another study done by Otgaar, he looked at if negative or neutral memories were easier to create a false memory in children. On the other side of the spectrum, there are a couple studies done on dementia patients. In a study by Gaen Plancher et al, they look at the recall of famous people’s names and have the subjects look at a list answering whether they saw the name or not.
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