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Progressive series of changes that occur in a predictable pattern.
Act or process of growing or causing something to grow.
Developing through the many changes that take place in the life of human beings.
Attempts to understand how human grow in different Aspects
Covers the growth of the brain, motor and sensory skills, and even physical health
Covers our capacity to learn, to speak, to understand., to reason and to create
Sensory Motor Stage
0-2 yrs old.
Child begins to interact with the environment
2-6 or 7.
The child begins to represent the world symbolically
Concrete Operational Stage
7-11 or 12.
The child learns rules such as conservation
Formal Operational Stage
12 to Adulthood.
They tend to think about the future
Includes our social interactions with other people, our emotions, attitudes, self identity, personality, beliefs, and values
Inborn traits passed on by the generation of offspring from both sides of the biological parents' families
The World outside of ourselves and the experiences that result from our contact and interaction with this external world
Natural Progression of the brain and the body that affects the cognitive, psychological, and social dimension of a person
process in which a person learns a set of emotional qualities and ways of behaving.
process in which a person reflects upon themselves, accepts who they are, accepts what they discover about themselves, and learn
According to him, the most important thing to pursue was self knowledge, and admitting one's ignorance is the beginning of true knowledge
One of Socrates' students.
The Beginning of knowledge is self knowledge
Ancient Hindu Writing.
enquiry into the truth of the Self is Knowledge.
Who am I in the midst of all this traffic
celebrated his self as simple, separated person
unique and relatively enduring set of behaviors, feelings, thoughts and motives that characterized and individual
defines Personality as patterns of habits, attitudes and traits that determine individual's characteristics
16 Personality factor
Three Factor Theory
features imagination and insight.
tend to have a broad range of interests
tend to be more adventurous and creative
features high level of thoughtfulness.
has good impulsive control and goal directed behaviors.
organized and mindful of details.
characterized by excitability, sociability, talkativeness, assertiveness and high amount of emotional expressiveness.
are outgoing and tend to gain energy in social
trust, altruis, kindness, affection.
tend to be more cooperative.
sadness, moodiness, and emotional instability.
tend to experience mood swings, anxiety and moodiness
Myer Briggs type Indicator
one way to test your personality.
Extraversion or Introversion
how and individual prefers to channel his or her energy when dealing with people
Sensing or Intuition
how one prefer to process information
Thinking or Feeling
how an individual prefers to make decisions
Judgement or Perception
how an individual prefer to manage one's life
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