This theorist proposed that the development of a gender identity happened because of girls' affiliation with their mothers and boys' differentiation from their mothers
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This procedure was designed to measure how a child responds to separations and reunions with a caregiverStrange situationThis type of anxiety occurs around 8 or 9 months of ageSeparation anxietyThis type of attachment pattern is demonstrated when an infant doesn't notice that her mother has left the day-care and ignores her mother when she returnsAnxious/AvoidantWhen a person does good deeds, such as sharing, this kind of behavior is demonstratedProsocial behaviorChildren who lack self-control are most likely to have parents who are in this category of Baumrind's parenting stylesPermissiveChildren begin saying recognizable words at about this ageabout 1 year of ageThis concept means that an infant knows that an object continues to exist even when it is out of sightObject permanenceBecause of this kind of thinking, a four-year-old might think a cat with a dog mask is a dogPreoperationalThis theorist attributed cognitive development to involvement with social activities guided by othersVygotskyThinking about one idea at a time, while ignoring other ideas, is this characteristic of preschoolers' thinkingCentrationIn this process, neuronal axons are coated with fat and transmission of nerve impulses increases in speedMyelinationThis is a term for a girl's first periodMenarcheThese kinds of skills require small body movementsFine motor skillsThis sense is the lest developed at birthVisionAn infant's first sensorimotor activities are this type of actionReflexesI repeat: this is one of the first storage strategies used by childrenRehearsalThese are higher-level cognitive processes, such as controlling and monitoring one's own thinking and behaviorExecutive functionA 10 year-old child with an IQ of 50 performed as well as a child of this age5 yearsThis is thinking about one's memory processesMetamemoryThis term refers to the inability to learn to do mathDyscalculiaThis type of aggression is used to obtain or retain a toy or other objectInstrumental aggressionA child is afraid she will be punished if she isn't good is in this level of Kohlberg's view of moral developmentPre-conventionalIn Gilligan's view of moral behavior, female moral reasoning is based on thisCaringThe emotions of shame, pride, and embarrassment require that a person first have thisSense of selfThis refers to children's ability to reason about fairnessPositive justiceThis is a synonym for the identity search in adolescenceMoratoriumThis is the circuit that extends from the brain to the sex organs and back againHPG axisThis is a small protein produced by specialized cells in the hypothalamus and plays a key role in the activation of the HPG axisKisspeptinPeople in this group will probably find puberty the most difficultEarly-maturing girlsThis refers to the tendency of successive generations to experience puberty at earlier agesSecular trendThis refers to two variables being associatedCorrelationIn this type of research, we measure the same people over a period of timeLongitudinalThis is the group that receives either no treatment or alternative treatment in an experimental designControl groupMost researchers who study children's play use this methods to collect their dataObservationChildren in this group provide the most useful information about genetic influences on behavior, especially when they are raised apartMonozygotic twinsThis is a gender-based stereotype used to organize knowledgeGender schemaThis is another word for the delayed circadian phase, which is a shift in the sleep-wake pattern of adolescents, who like to stay up late at nightEveningnessThis is a tool used to study adolescents' emotional lives in which they received text messages at random intervalsESM (experience sampling method)This is understanding that objects stay the same despite changes in appearanceConservationThe first organized responses of the developing organism occur during this period of prenatal developmentEmbryonic period