5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- multicontextual approach
- dynamic- systems approach
- trust vs mistrust
- a A group of people who were born at about the same time and thus move through life together, experiencing the same historical events and cultural shifts at or about the same age.
- b a view of human development as an ongoing, ever-changing interaction between the physical and emotional being and between the person and every aspect of his or her environment, including the family and society
- c One way to consider a broader perspective on each person
- d time system
- e babies either trust that others will care for their basic needs including norishment, warmth, cleaniness, and physical contact, or develop mestrust about the care of others.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- signifies developments over time that appear to persist, unchanging, from one age to the next. Parents might recognize the same personality traits in their grown children that they saw in them as infants. ( refers to characteristics that are stable over time).
- An idea that is built on shared perceptions not on objective reality. Many age related terms, such as childhood, adolescence, yuppie, and senior citizen, are social constructions.
- local institutions such as school and church
- recognizes that the dynamic changes each person undergoes are influenced by many different cultural variables.
- the science that seeks to understand how and why people of all ages and circumstances change or remain the same over time
5 True/False Questions
hypothesis → A group of people who were born at about the same time and thus move through life together, experiencing the same historical events and cultural shifts at or about the same age.
discontinunity → signifies development that qppeatr quit different from those that came before. A person,or researcher might believe that "everything changed" when school started or when puberty began for instance. (refers to characteristics that are unlike those that came before.)
scienticfic method → A way to answer questions that requires empircal research and date based conclusions.
cross sequential research → a hybrid research method in which researchers first study several groups od people of different ages (a cross-sectional approach) and then follow those groups over the years (a longitudinal approach). Also called cohort-sequential research or time-sequential research
Urie Bronfenbrenner → This theorist created the ecological model which states that development is influenced by several environmental systems