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5 Matching questions

  1. multicontextual approach
  2. exosystem
  3. Case study
  4. anal stage
  5. cohort
  1. a local institutions such as school and church
  2. b is an intensive studey of one individual
  3. c anus, tolet training (1-3 years)
  4. d One way to consider a broader perspective on each person
  5. 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

  1. elements of immediate surrondings, such as a child's family and peer group.
  2. The view that in the study of human development the person should be considered in all the contexts and interactions that consittute a life.
  3. freud's third stage of development, when the penis becomes the focus of concern and pleasure (3-6 years)
  4. a person's position in society as determined by income, wealth, occupation, education, place of residence, and other factors. Example: middle class
  5. The repetition of a study usinf different participants.

5 True/False questions

  1. social constructionsignifies 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.)


  2. Sciencetific observationa 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.


  3. NutureA general term for all the environmental influences that affect development after an individual is conceived. (Refers to enviromental influences, begining with the health and diet of the embbroy's mother and continuing lifelong)


  4. Longitudinal researcha 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


  5. raceA group of people who are regarded by themselves or by other groups on the basis of physical appearance.