Video and Multimedia

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Web Links:

Web Link 7.1: Educational Implications of Piaget's Theory
Description: Website that discusses the major impact that Piaget's theory has had on the theory and practice of education.

Web Link 7.2: Scaffolding
Description: Website discussing Vygotsky's concept of scaffolding and how it can be used in the classroom.

Web Link 7.3: False Memories
Description: Website that discusses how false memories are created and can affect our ability to recall events.


Audio Link 7.1: Infantile Amnesia
Description: NPR story discussing why early memories fade.


Video Link 7.1: Object Permanence
Description: This video illustrates the phenomenon of Piaget's A-not-B task.

Video Link 7.2: Piaget’s Conservation Experiment
Description: Here is a video that illustrates Piaget's conservation experiments in a young child.

Video Link 7.3: Concrete and Formal Operational Thinking
Description: This film shows the differences between concrete and formal operational thinking.

Video Link 7.4: Elizabeth Spelke
Description: Elizabeth Spelke is discussing her research on early spatial abilities in toddlers.

Video link 7.5: ADHD
Description: A description of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Video Link 7.6: Myths and Facts on ADHD
Description: These are myths and facts about ADHD.

Video Link 7.7: Episodic Memory
Description: Nora Newcombe, professor of psychology and director of Temple Infant and Children Laboratory, explains about her research on episodic memory.

Video Link 7.8: Executive function
Description: A description of executive function in both normal development and when there are developmental problems.