Describe the theory, the task/study and explain how it can test the theory. Name three differences or similarities between Piaget’s and Kohlberg’s theory and how they relate to the task/study.

Instructions: I need you to read carefully the feedback I got from my teacher under the heading “Feedback I got from my teacher”. Then go to the heading “QUESTIONS”, read through questions 2, 3, and 5 and then rewrite and correct what I did wrong. I have attached a file called “REWRITING”. I have highlighted in red what needs to be changed and revised. The type of course material to be used is also included, important that the course books are used. The article by mohr and folke, check over whether the art wedges are correct / fit into questions 2 and 3, otherwise delete the articles and rewrite and refer to the course books only. Course literature: Holt, N., Bremner, A., Sutherland, E., Vliek, M., Passer, M., & Smith, R. (2019). EBOOK: Psychology: The Science of Mind and Behaviour, 4e. McGraw Hill. Leman, Bremner, A. J., Parke, R. D., & Gauvain, M. (2019). Developmental Psychology (second edition). McGraw-Hill Higher Education. Articles: The Developing Bilingual Brain: What Parents and Teachers Should Know and Do. This article is by mohr. A bilingual disadvantage in metacognitive processing. This article is from folke. ————————————————————————————————————— Feedback I got from the teacher:

Question 2: In the second question you have focused on Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, but here is the question about his theory of morality. Kohlberg has used Piaget’s theory of morality and developed it and he’s very much based on Piaget’s theory of cognitive development as well. So you need to read again about these theories and then correct all parts of question 2. You use Folke’s article on bilingualism to talk about Kohlberg’s and Piaget’s theory. It is unclear what you are referring to. This question needs to be rewritten.

Question 3: It is unclear how you use the Mohr article in the context of the answer to question 3. That article is about bilingual people, but you make general conclusions also about motor skills. I have difficulty finding where these statements are in the article. I suggest that you review the claims based on this article and cite and explain what this article can contribute. Alternatively, that you look for other more appropriate sources to describe what is being asked.

Question 5: Eva works in a pre-school and is passionate about education. It is unclear what supports your conclusion that she has cognitive disabilities. It is also unclear what research and conclusions are used to support this. This should be reconsidered. Economic deprivation has been shown to be strongly associated with delays in cognitive, social and emotional development, which is evident in Eva’s situation – develop this claim with research and arguments. ————————————————————————————————————— Question 2, 3, and 5: 2. Propose a type of moral dilemma or study that you create to test moral development according to Kohlberg’s theory. Describe the theory, the task/study and explain how it can test the theory. Name three differences or similarities between Piaget’s and Kohlberg’s theory and how they relate to your task/study.

3. A preschool teacher wants to develop their working environment and wonders how best to promote children’s cognitive, social, linguistic and motor skills development in the preschool. a) Give three specific pieces of advice linked to developmental psychology theories and concepts. concepts. b) Provide three specific pieces of advice for the introduction of children based on Bowlby’s theory.

5. Eva is a teacher who has always felt very strongly about giving all children the same rights and opportunities for good education. She grew up in economic vulnerability and have parents who had very strict rules and expectations of her.

The parents often quarreled and it was not infrequent 2 (2) that they lost patience, shouted or ignored her. Because of everyone rules and expectations for her to contribute at home and perform well in school, she feels that she has not had the opportunity to establish any very close friendships. She has many acquaintances but feels that it is difficult to have close friends. When she herself had children, she found it very difficult to show patience and felt that she herself often chose punishment as a way of regulating the child’s behavior or felt it was natural to ignore the children until they stop screaming or about they do something she doesn’t like. She is a trained preschool teacher and good at what she does job, but feel that it is difficult to maintain a good relationship with theirs two children Erik and Elsa and use the same techniques that she uses on the preschool. She has various types of anxiety and health problems that make she has less energy for the family. She is married to Lucas who is from France and doesn’t speak well Swedish and then the children speak three languages at home including English. Her husband has a good job, is a very happy person and has it much easier to relate to the children. He has many close friends and a good relationship with his family. She feels that the children turn to him more for different reasons problem. She is dissatisfied with her relationship with the family and worried about her own child and wonders what she can do to change her life situation. It is important that you use the book and possibly some peers reviewed articles.

Consider different theoretical perspectives, research findings and concepts in developmental psychology and discuss: What factors have influenced Eva’s development and how she fares as an adult? Explain at least three factors and focus especially on the role of financial vulnerability had in her upbringing and current situation. Use theories and research on attachment and cognitive development and explain why Lucas and Eva have different types of relationship with the children and how it can affect the children’s cognitive and social development? Take one gender role and intercultural perspective to explain potential differences and similarities in Eva’s and Lucas’ role in the relationship with the children and their influence can have on children’s development. Use three research findings in developmental psychology and connect them to this case. Explain various weaknesses and strengths of the studies you refers to. Use concepts linked to research methods man uses in developmental psychology. They can be from the book and peer review articles. Give three concrete pieces of advice on what Eva should do to ensure that her children are well chances to develop in a positive way. Choose three different psychological functions you relate to in the advice (for example, language, intelligence, morality, motor development…).