• Notes
    a characteristic is biologically inherited. Nurture is the view that the environment contributes to the characteristic. Be familiar with the three types of research conducted in the field of development. They include: Longitudinal studies (following the same people over a period of time) ...
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  • Describe the Main Developmental Tasks and Milestones Associated with Each Stage in Human Development over the Lifespan. Then Choose One Phase Only of Human Development and Discuss the Developmental Needs of People in This Stage. Discuss Various Sp...
    Cavanaugh 2004:16) • Erikson's autonomy versus shame and doubt • Piaget's concrete operational stage (2004:19) • Elaboration of locomotion, • Fantasy and play, • Language development, • Self-control and awareness • Toilet training Between the ages of 1 and 2 toddlers begin to develop self-awareness...
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  • Cognitive Development
    development that occurs from birth to two years. During the birth to six week stage a baby will develop simple reflexes (Piaget, J. 1977). There are three stages of this process which could be described as “the coordination of sensation and action through reflexive behaviors” (Piaget, J.1977). The first...
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  • Psychology Review Guide
    level Adolescent egocentrism (both types) – heightened self-consciousness of adolescents, which is reflected in adolescents beliefs that others are as interested in them as themselves, and in adolescents’ sense of personal uniqueness and invincibility Imaginary Audience –aspect of adolescent egocentrism...
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  • Adolescence
    PREOPERATION Ages 2 to 7  Language development, pretend play  Growing , developing thinking patterns, but illogical   Children demonstrate “egocentrism”: believe others see the world from their perspective - Inability to see things from another’s perspective  Conservation principle: certain...
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  • Observation Study
    secondary, not primary, sex characteristics. Secondary sex characteristics are important psychologically, if not biologically. Consider breasts. Many adolescent girls buy “minimizer,” “maximizer,” “training,” or“shaping” bras, hoping to make their breasts conform to an idealized body image. During the same...
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    Graduated from Valencia National High School Physical and Motor Development of Children and Adolescents A Project Presented To COLLEGE OF EDUCATION In partial fulfillment of the course CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT (Prof. Ed 233) EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY ORMOC CITY CAMPUS ORMOC CITY ...
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  • Adolescent Egocentrism
    Adolescent Egocentrism Piaget's theory's have proved helpful for the understanding of children's behavior, one area he observed was adolescents. He came up with the concept that during this period the egocentric stage reappears. The main aspect of this stage is more of a social and cognitive emphasize...
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  • Psychological Disorders
    Preoperational Stage • 2-7 years • Acquire language • Symbolic function - one thing can represent something else - fantasy, pretend play • Egocentrism - perspective taking ability. they don’t quite understand other people’s perspective. • Concrete operation stage • 7 to...
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  • Psychology 2 Exam Notes
    assumed that IQ tests are good measure of intelligence. R. The authors found a correlation between race and IQ, not race and intelligence. S. The authors assumed that intelligence was heavily influenced be genetics. T. The authors assumed that heritability applied only to differences...
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  • Chapter 1 Biology and Psychology Notes
    social, and emotional development of children. Learning Outcomes Explain the physical, cognitive, moral, social and emotional development of adolescents. Explain the features of emerging adulthood. Explain the physical, cognitive, moral, social, and emotional development of adults. Prenatal Development ...
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  • Overview of Piaget and Vygotsky
    idealism, and adolescent egocentrism. Adolescent ego centrism leads to imaginary audiences and the personal fable. The imaginary audience involves confusion with your own thought, for example, a child might feel that people are staring at them, but it is usually exaggerated thoughts. Personal fable is best...
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  • Adolescense
    Adolescent Egocentrism Adolescent egocentrism is when a child does not seem to be able to see other people’s viewpoints (O’Connor, 1990). These adolescents think that everybody is watching them. Once kids hit this stage they have an imaginary audience. A child that is in the stage of cognitive...
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  • Mrs. Bonnie V
    Name: VALENTINE Date: ___October 28, 2012____ 1. Arrests are more likely to occur among adolescents who are: A) ages 12 to 14 rather than 15 to 17. B) females rather than males. C) European Americans rather than Asian Americans. D) good students. 2. To understand gender...
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  • Test
    they wait to mature. Late maturing boys tend to perform poorly on school achievement test. Late maturing boys are especially likely to find the adolescent period disruptive. • Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder in which a person limits eating and weighs at least 15% less than his or her ideal weight...
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  • Middle Childhood and Adolescence
    friends they have, the more acceptances they will feel from the larger peers. Adolescent Egocentrism Jean Piaget theory of cognitive development derived from concept of egocentrism. Adolescents Egocentric explains how a teenager feels about him or herself. During the development...
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  • Developmental Psych Study Gude
    to look different. | Decentration | The ability to move away from one system of classification to another one as appropriate. | Egocentrism | The belief that you are the centre of the universe and everything revolves around you: the corresponding inability to see the world as someone...
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  • DNA of the body
    directly involved in reproduction. Adolescent Egocentrism: Leads young people to focus on themselves. *Personal Fable: Adolescents belief that his/her thoughts, feelings, and experiences are unique. *Invincibility Fable: He/she cannot be harmed. Imaginary Audience: Takes not of appearance, ideas, and...
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  • Jean Piaget Cognitive Development
    of the most eminent psychologists of the 20th century by professionals in the field listed the top three names as B. F. Skinner, Jean Piaget, and Sigmund Freud (Haggbloom and others, 2002). These three names also occupy places of prominence in this textbook. But although Skinner’s impact on the field...
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  • Othello
    Seligmann & Andrea Abaurrea Introduction Postmodernism refers to a set of ideas that has only emerged as an area of academic study since the mid-1980’s. It is not clear exactly when postmodernism begins. As for its traits, we should first define some aspects of modernism since postmodernism grows from...
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