5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- cross sequential research
- Domains of Human Development
- a 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)
- b theorist who studied psychosocial development across the lifespan.
- c 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.
- d 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
- e Biosocial development; Cognitive Development: Phychosocial Development.
5 Multiple choice questions
- based on observation or experiment and not on theory
- 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).
- A set of moral principles that members of a profession or group are expected to follow.
- the science that seeks to understand how and why people of all ages and circumstances change or remain the same over time
- This theorist created the ecological model which states that development is influenced by several environmental systems
5 True/False questions
exosystem → Consists of the relationships that exist between two or more persons in the developing person's life (parent to parent, teacher to parent) connections between microsystems
Case study → is an intensive studey of one individual
Longitudinal research → a research design that compares groups of people who differ in age but are similar in other important characteristics.
cross-sectional rearch → a research design that compares groups of people who differ in age but are similar in other important characteristics.
Grand Theories → A specific prediction that is stated in such a way that ir can be tested and either confirmed or refuted.