5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Sciencetific observation
- dynamic- systems approach
- a The repetition of a study usinf different participants.
- b local institutions such as school and church
- c a method of testing a hypotheses by unobtrusively watchin and recording participants behavior in systematic and objective manner in a netural setting in a laboratory or in searches of achivial data.
- d 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
- e 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.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a person's position in society as determined by income, wealth, occupation, education, place of residence, and other factors. Example: middle class
- a time when a certain type of development is most likely to happen and happens most easily. If that development does not occur duing this time, it could still occur later. Example: early childhood is considered a sensitive period for language learning. Example: Language
- the science that seeks to understand how and why people of all ages and circumstances change or remain the same over time
- freud's third stage of development, when the penis becomes the focus of concern and pleasure (3-6 years)
- time system
5 True/False Questions
multicontextual approach → 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
hypothesis → A specific prediction that is stated in such a way that ir can be tested and either confirmed or refuted.
adulthood → 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."
discontinunity → 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).
Psychoanalytic theory (Freuds) → A grand theory of human development that holds that irrational, unconscious drives and motives, often originating in childhood, underlie human behavior