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PSYB121

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Wong Sammi

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Transcript of PSYB121

Case 1 - Singing Master
Case 4- Mathematics Master
mental calculation was faster than others

Case 3-Memory Masters
Conclusion
Self Introduction
-Rmember the station’s livery in MTR

Rremember the license plate number
nature: parents' memory is also good
nurture: environment is provided
nurture: -go to Hong Kong.
-infantile amnesia common in early childhood
-hippocampus is not fully developed
(Dr. Stuart Zola and Dr. Larry R. Squire)


declarative memory
-transient &brittle
compared with majority of people
drawback: -poor in Arts
-comprehensive skill was much poorer
than others
-less confident in everything related to Arts.

Prove: Baltes’ lifespan developmental approach, “Development involves both gain and loss”.
effects when he grows up:
Childhood capabilities affect future life
character, interest, habits and academic result
Our group : Positive influence
more patient
good academic result
good at communication
Affect both psychology and daily life
The child is father of the man
nurture: confidence was an important source of success
-success and confidence are interrelated.(Covassin)
-Building a confidence from childhood is important
Major is English Education
Can play more than 1 musical instrument
Sensitive to music notes
Like languages
Like learning new things
Lucy
Jim
Sammi
Hades

Major in hospitality
Poor in mathematics
Willing to try new things
learn things I do not know before

Elva
Major in communication
poor in musical instrument
like to communicate with people
listening to music
Lena
Major in Accounting
Poor in memorizing
Confidence in doing accounting
Listening to music

Major in English Studies (Year 3)
Has a good memory
High confident in study and good academic result
Listening to music

Major in Finance
Has a good memory
Good at mathematics and music
Playing piano and reading

Matching
Lucy
Sammi
Jim
Hades
Lena
Elva
Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
Case 4
Did you guys have
those infant capability?

Matching
Lucy
Sammi
Jim
Hades
Lena
Elva
Case 1
Case 2
Case 3
Case 4
Young Children’s Capabilities and Psychological Impacts
Thank You
Lucy, Choi Nga Man (HB311129)
Hades, Ng Chi Hin (AB315081)
Lena, Wu Hai Hsin (BB302042)
Sammi, Wong Sao Man (BB303239)
Elva, Chan Ka Wai (BB503503)
Jim, Chim Kin Ieong (SB419284)
Personality:
Logical and sensible
Patient and perseverance
Prudent
can sing more than 50 songs at 3
Nurture:

-prenatal education: Teresa Teng's songs
-take piano course at 7 and take violin course during secondary school
-sang in Mandarin > quite good at it > like languages > major in language
Influence:
The musical education makes him more patient, determine and persevering.
Special musicality


Case 2:
Language Master
Nature:
Genes:
-parents and biological sibling are good at languages.

-biological brother speak more than 3 languages.
Nurture:
-context
-practice
-interesting
Influence:
-more interested and willing to learn new languages

BUT:
there are some exceptions

-infantile amnesia does not apply here
-still remember the livery of stations and the license plate number nowadays.
-forgetting curve by Hermann Ebbinghaus

have good effects when they grow up:
- academic result
- retention in music
Willing to learn new languages.
Lin (1998) : Music rhythm and pitch can stimulate
and develop young children's senses
and musical capabilities.
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