Children's understanding of biology and health by Michael Siegal, Candida C. Peterson

By Michael Siegal, Candida C. Peterson

This publication offers the 1st state of the art exam of kid's knowing of biology and healthiness. Authors established within the usa, the uk, Japan and Australia assessment and assessment kid's knowing of delivery, existence and dying, their wisdom of infection and contagion in addition to techniques relating to meals, digestion, and ache. The chapters tightly specialise in the relationship among study and perform in studying the results for communique approximately ailments akin to HIV and for kid's clinical and healing decision-making
turning into conscious of biology and well-being : an creation / Michael Siegal and Candida C. Peterson -- kid's figuring out of mind-body relationships / Kayoko Inagaki and Giyoo Hatano -- How a naive idea of biology is obtained / Ken Springer -- developing a coherent thought : kid's organic figuring out of lifestyles and demise / Virginia Slaughter, Raquel Jaakkola, and Susan Carey -- What younger kid's knowing of illness and contagion tells us approximately their strategies of affliction / Charles W. Kalish -- young children and discomfort / John E. Taplin ... [et al.] -- kids and meals / Leann Birch, Jennifer Fisher, and Karen Grimm-Thomas -- Ethics of emaciation : ethical connotations of physique, self, and nutrition / Carol J. Nemeroff and Carolyn J. Cavanaugh -- contemplating kid's folkbiology in healthiness schooling / Terry Kit-Fong Au, Laura F. Romo, and Jennifer E. Dewitt -- younger kid's figuring out of the physician's function and the clinical rumour exception / Melody R. Herbst ... [et al.] --- Cognitive improvement and the competence to consent to clinical and psychotherapeutic therapy / Candida C. Peterson and Michael Siegal

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None of the 4 and 5-year-olds gave any reasons for their choices. Only 30 percent of the 6-year-olds justiWed their responses by referring to something like immanent justice. , responses indicating that telling a lie, or misbehaving, was irrelevant to catching cold. In other words, most children recognized that physical aspects of daily activities would aVect one's susceptibility to illness, but at the same time they believed that social/psychological factors also contributed. In experiment 2, children aged 4 and 6 from another kindergarten were asked which of the two characters who had caught cold was more likely to become more ill, instead of asking which one was more likely to catch cold.

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Do children believe that the contributions of psychological factors are the same as those of biological factors to becoming ill? " In experiment 3 we found that children aged 4 and 5 years evaluated biological factors as being more important than psychological ones for determining susceptibility to illness. , being invited to a party). The conXict task, consisting of six items each for biological items and social items, was constructed by 36 K. Inagaki and G. Hatano combining three physical factors and three social/psychological ones so that these combinations were in conXict.

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