5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Longitudinal research
- socioeconomic status
- a a person's position in society as determined by income, wealth, occupation, education, place of residence, and other factors. Example: middle class
- b A specific prediction that is stated in such a way that ir can be tested and either confirmed or refuted.
- c A research design in which the same individuals are folled over time and their development is repeatedly assessed.
- d 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)
- e local institutions such as school and church
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A grand theory of human development that holds that irrational, unconscious drives and motives, often originating in childhood, underlie human behavior
- 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
- a research design that compares groups of people who differ in age but are similar in other important characteristics.
- the idea that throughout life humans can be molded like plastic.
- 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 True/False Questions
replication → The repetition of a study usinf different participants.
anal stage → mouth (birth to 1 year)
code of ethics → A set of moral principles that members of a profession or group are expected to follow.
Case study → 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)
social construction → 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.)