we learned a lot throughout this semester but on this that definitely stuck with me was hemi neglect like how can one still not be aware of one side of their vision. It just baffles me how this can be something so serious and there has not been much research done to find out. This would be useful to know because not many people are aware this exists, unless your in cognitive psychology. Another concept I find useful for real world experiences is the stages of Piaget. Like one day someone is bound to have kids or even interact with them. And just knowing to analyze them mentally me know what’s going on in their mind is great. Now that I know this better I will watch my siblings grow up differently because I now I know the stage they will be in 🙂
This animated Video on piaget and Vygotsky talking about their theories.
This is a long video but its interesting because it about a girl who was locked away from society and how she can barely speak or walk. it just shows how environment and interaction really has to do with children development. eventually she does learn how to speak a little bit and they predict if she was a “normal” child she could go through the stages of growing.
This video is really inspiring. its about a girl who has autisim and cannot communicate with the world. she proves everyone wrong and finds a way to communicate. it is interesting how she uses letters to communicate.
This is a crazy video if you look to the left the guy says “bar” and to the right he says “far” i cannot understand why but its mindblowing.
how we see things is great because most of us do not see the same things. and this is a cool thing that our brain sees moving things when they are actually not moving.
This is similar to most of the attention tests but you wont notice until after.