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Continues through life
3 Interrelated areas of Lifespan development
Physical, cognitive, psychosocial
A group of people born around the same time in the same place
Gradual developments where achievements BUILD on previous level
Distinct steps, each behavior brings out a different change
Time during development where stimuli has its greatest consequences (Long lasting, irreversible...
Reversible consequences, if stimuli are removed
Any factor that is produced by the predetermined unfolding of genetic information
Freud's psychoanalytic theory
UNCONCIOUS forces act to determine personality and behavior, the unconscious is a part of a...
Freud's 3 components of personality
id - raw, unorganized inborn part of personality present at birth, pleasure principleego-rational...
Erikson's psychosocial theory
Society and culture shape us
Changes in our interactions with and understandings of one another as well as in our knowledge...
Behavioral perspective (SKINNER)
Keys to understanding development are observable behavior and outside stimuli in the environment
Form of learning in which a voluntary response is strengthened or weakened by its association...
Formal technique of promoting the frequency of desirable behaviors and decreasing the incidence...
Piaget's cognitive theory
All pass through fixed sequence series of universal stages of cognitive development, quality...
People have a natural capacity to make decisions about their lives and control their behavior
Perspective that different levels of the environment simultaneously influence individuals
Vygotsky's sociocultural theory
Cognitive development proceeds as a result of social interactions between members of a culture
Posing and answering questions using systematic, orderly observation and data collection
Prediction that can be tested
Naturally occurring behavior is observed without intervention
Variable that researches manipulate
Variable that researchers expect to change and measure
Group of participants chosen for an experiment
Behavior of one or more participants is measured as they age
People of different ages are compared at the same time
Examine number of different age groups over several points in time
23 pairs for humans
Identical twins, one egg
Fraternal twins, two eggs
Boy or girl
Determined by the 23rd chromosome, XY - boy XX - girl
Extra chromosome in 21st pair
Helps people deal with issues related to inherited disorders
Chriionic villus sampling
Test used to find genetic defects, uses samples of hair-like material that surrounds embryo
Identifies genetic defects using sample of fetal cells
Sperm + ovum = zygote
Stages of prenatal period
Germinal- First two weeks after conception, shortest period. Division and differentiation of...
Environmental agent (drug, virus, etc.) that produces birth defect
Incision made to increase size of vagina allowing baby to pass (GOD DAMN)
Rating system for new born's health, 7-10 is a healthy baby
Restriction of oxygen to baby during birth process that can produce brain damage
Close physical and emotional contact between parent and child immediately following birth.
Infants born prior to 38 weeks after conception
Low birth weight infants
Infants who weigh less than 5.5 lbs at birth
Small for gestational age infants
Delayed fetal growth causes infants to weigh 90% or less of infants of the same gestational...
very low birthweight infants
Infants who weigh less than 2.25 grams or have been in the womb less than 30 weeks
Unlearned, involuntary responses that occur automatically from certain stimuli
Decrease in response to stimulus after it appears repeatedly
Principle that growth begins at the head and upper body parts and proceeds downwards
Principle that development proceeds from center of body outwards
Elimination of neurons as the result of nonuse or lack of stimulation
Fatty substance that helps insulate neurons and speeds transmission of nerve impulses
degree to which a developing structure or behavior is modifiable
Repetitive, cyclical patterns of behaivor
Degree of awareness an infant displays to internal and external stimulation
Gross motor skills
Involves the whole body
Fine motor skills
Hand-eye coordination, picking up a cup to drink
Average performance of large sample of children at a given age
improper amount and balance
of nutrient, produces ...
Qualitative, all children must pass through 4 universal stages
Organized pattern of sensorimotor functioning
Incorporates new information
Person who is no longer present is imitated later
Information processing approaches
Model that seeks to identify the way that individuals take in, use, and store information
One-word utterances that stand for a whole phrase
2 word speech (doggy go)
Infant directed speech
Speech for infants, short simple sentences
Caution and wariness displayed by an infant encountering a stranger
Distress when customary care provider departs
Smiling in response to others
Looking to trusted adult on how to act in unfamiliar situations
Social bond between child and an individual
Ainsworth Strange Situation
sequence of staged episodes that illustrates strength of attachment between child and mother
Secure attachment pattern
Style of attachment that uses mother as home base, at ease when present, uneasy when she leaves...
infant's behavior bring responses from parents and caregivers, which brings out more response...
Characteristics that differentiates one from another
Trust verus mistrust stage
Period where infants develop sense of trust or mistrust, depending on how needs are met by...
Autonomy-versus-shame-and doubt stage
Period which toddlers (18 months - 3 years) develop independence if they are free to explore...
Patterns of arousal and emotionality that are constant and enduring characteristics
Goodness of fit
Notion that development is dependent on degree of match between children's temperament and...