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Socioeconomic Status (SES)
A basic marker referring to status on educational and specially income world
Societies that prize social harmony, obedience, and close family connectedness over individual achievement
The original behavioral world view that focused on charting and modifying only "objective", visible behaviors
Theory made by John Bowlby; our surrival connected with a child giver during early childhood
The crucial principle that people affect one another, or that interpersonal flow in both directions
Piagets Cognitive Developmental Theory
Principle that form infancy to adolescence, children progress though four qualitatively different stages of intellectual growth
(first step in Piagets Theory) fitting environmental input to our existing mental capacities
The only research strategy that can determine that something causes something else; randomly assigning people to different treatments and looking at outcome.
A developmental research strategy that involves testing different age groups at the same time
Standard developmental science data-collection strategy that involves testing groups of people and using numerical scales and statistics
The structure projecting from the wall of the uterus during pregnancy thorough which the developing baby absorbs nutrients
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