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5 Matching questions

  1. exosystem
  2. empirical
  3. Latency
  4. Case study
  5. Longitudinal research
  1. a is an intensive studey of one individual
  2. b A research design in which the same individuals are folled over time and their development is repeatedly assessed.
  3. c Not really a stage, latency is an interlude during which sexual needs are quiet and children put psychic energy into conventional activities like schoolwork and sports, (6 -11 years)
  4. d based on observation or experiment and not on theory
  5. e local institutions such as school and church

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A set of moral principles that members of a profession or group are expected to follow.
  2. Freud believed that the genital stage lasts throughout adulthood, He also said that the goal of a healthy life is "to love and to work."
  3. 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.
  4. recognizes that the dynamic changes each person undergoes are influenced by many different cultural variables.
  5. theorist who studied psychosocial development across the lifespan.

5 True/False questions

  1. Nuturea general term for the traits, capacities, and limitations that each individual inherits genetically from his or her parents at the moment of conception. ( refers to the influence of genes that people inherit)

          

  2. anal stagemouth (birth to 1 year)

          

  3. multicontextual approacha 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

          

  4. replicationThe repetition of a study usinf different participants.

          

  5. Ecological-system approacha 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

          

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