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Psych 101: Developmental Psychology
Pavlov and his dogs example
unconditioned stimulus
unconditioned response
conditioned stimulus
- collected saliva and gastric secretions from dogs when pres…
a stimulus that elicits a reflexive response without learning
reflexive, unlearned reaction to an unconditioned stimulus
a once-neutral stimulus that later elicits a conditioned resp…
Pavlov and his dogs example
- collected saliva and gastric secretions from dogs when pres…
unconditioned stimulus
a stimulus that elicits a reflexive response without learning
32 terms
Psych 101 - Developmental Psychology
Habituation
Classical conditioning
unconditioned stimulus
conditioned stimulus
changing the rate of response based on learning; decrease in…
also known as Pavlovian conditioning; the study of making ass…
...
...
Habituation
changing the rate of response based on learning; decrease in…
Classical conditioning
also known as Pavlovian conditioning; the study of making ass…
34 terms
Psych 101: Developmental Psychology
cross - sectional design
cohort effects
longitudinal design
attrition
used to measure and compare samples of people at different ag…
differences between people that result from being born in dif…
follows the development of the same set of individuals throug…
when participants drop out of a study, occurs when they lose…
cross - sectional design
used to measure and compare samples of people at different ag…
cohort effects
differences between people that result from being born in dif…
40 terms
Developmental Psychology/General Psych
Developmental Psychology
zygote
embryo
fetus
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
the fertilized human egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid…
the developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertil…
the developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception t…
Developmental Psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
zygote
the fertilized human egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid…
51 terms
PSYCH 101: Modules #13,14- Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Nature & Nurture
Continuous & Stages
Stability & Change
Branch of psychology that studies physical cognitive and soci…
How does our genetic inheritance interact with experiences to…
What parts of development equals gradual and continuous, or c…
Which traits persist? some characteristics are very stable (t…
Developmental Psychology
Branch of psychology that studies physical cognitive and soci…
Nature & Nurture
How does our genetic inheritance interact with experiences to…
32 terms
psych 101 - Developmental Psychology (unit 3)
Attachment
Harry Hallow's Monkeys
What happened to monkeys put into isol…
Mary Ainsworth's Strange Situation
deep, enduring relationship w/ primary caregivers
preferred to go to soft, warm surrogate rather than the bare…
they became depressed, withdrawn, abusive, and neglectful par…
mother sat with child in a room, then the mother would leave…
Attachment
deep, enduring relationship w/ primary caregivers
Harry Hallow's Monkeys
preferred to go to soft, warm surrogate rather than the bare…
37 terms
Developmental psych: Psych 101
developmental psych
cross sectional studies
longitudinal studies
cognitive psychology
study of psych that: changes that occur in human beings over…
compared different age groups at the same point in time
follow the same person or group accross a period of time
how thinking develops over time
developmental psych
study of psych that: changes that occur in human beings over…
cross sectional studies
compared different age groups at the same point in time
45 terms
AP Psychology - Developmental Psych
developmental psychology
zygote
germinal stage
embryonic stage
the study of continuity and change across the life span
a single cell that contains chromosomes from both a sperm and…
the 2 week period of prenatal development hat begins at conce…
the period of prenatal development that blasts from the secon…
developmental psychology
the study of continuity and change across the life span
zygote
a single cell that contains chromosomes from both a sperm and…
56 terms
AP Psych-Developmental Psychology
cross sectional research
continuous growth
discontinuous growth
critical period
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
gradual process--growth happens slowly
growth happens in leaps or spurts
time during which a skill or ability must develop or it proba…
cross sectional research
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
continuous growth
gradual process--growth happens slowly
73 terms
AP Psych - Developmental Psychology
developmental psychology
Continuity vs stages
stability vs change
zygote
the scientific study of how and why human beings change over…
is development a gradual process or a sequence of stages
do our early personality traits continue through life or do w…
fertilized egg cell
developmental psychology
the scientific study of how and why human beings change over…
Continuity vs stages
is development a gradual process or a sequence of stages
63 terms
AP Psych - Developmental Psychology
identical twins
fraternal twins
zygote
embryo
have the same DNA; comes from the same egg
have different DNA; come from different eggs and sperm
fertilized egg; first stage of prenatal development
forms two weeks after conception; second stage of prenatal de…
identical twins
have the same DNA; comes from the same egg
fraternal twins
have different DNA; come from different eggs and sperm
Developmental Psychology AP Psych.
developmental psychology
nature vs. nurture
genetics
scheme
the study of age -related changes in behavior & neutral proce…
Nature : refers to heredity; the influence of inherited chara…
the science of inherited traits.
a concept or framework that organizes and intercepts info.
developmental psychology
the study of age -related changes in behavior & neutral proce…
nature vs. nurture
Nature : refers to heredity; the influence of inherited chara…
42 terms
Psychology 101: Developmental
Cephalocaudal Principle
Proximodistal Principle
Motor Deveopment
Rooting Reflex
When growth proceeds from head to tail.
Growth proceeds from inner to outer.
This occurs from simple to complex from automatic to voluntar…
(Ex. Stroke the baby's cheek, and it turns it's head toward t…
Cephalocaudal Principle
When growth proceeds from head to tail.
Proximodistal Principle
Growth proceeds from inner to outer.
56 terms
AP Psych-Developmental Psychology
cross sectional research
continuous growth
discontinuous growth
critical period
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
gradual process--growth happens slowly
growth happens in leaps or spurts
time during which a skill or ability must develop or it proba…
cross sectional research
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
continuous growth
gradual process--growth happens slowly
Psych 101: developmental psych
psychodynamic therapy
humanistic therapy
Behavioral Therapy
cognitive therapy
Often involves long term therapy and a close relationship bet…
therapist tries to help the person grow and thrive by providi…
focus on changing behaviors (maladaptive behaviors to healthy…
Identify and correct distorted thinking and beliefs
psychodynamic therapy
Often involves long term therapy and a close relationship bet…
humanistic therapy
therapist tries to help the person grow and thrive by providi…
15 terms
PSY 101-Developmental Psychology
Who focused on cognitive?
Who focused on morality?
Who focused on personality?
Define: Scheme
Piaget/Vygotsky
Kohlberg
Erickson
cognitive structure for interpreting information
Who focused on cognitive?
Piaget/Vygotsky
Who focused on morality?
Kohlberg
Psychology 101: DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Prenatal: know the names/order of 3 st…
Teratogens
Newborn: reflexes
Newborn: Motor Development
1. Germinal Stage (Weeks 1-2)... Conception (fertilization)... 2. E…
Harmful substances or processes that damage prenatal developm…
1. Rooting- head turns towards the direction of touch.... 2. Gri…
Motor skills develop top-to-bottom and inside-to-outside
Prenatal: know the names/order of 3 st…
1. Germinal Stage (Weeks 1-2)... Conception (fertilization)... 2. E…
Teratogens
Harmful substances or processes that damage prenatal developm…
56 terms
AP Psych-Developmental Psychology
cross sectional research
continuous growth
discontinuous growth
critical period
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
gradual process--growth happens slowly
growth happens in leaps or spurts
time during which a skill or ability must develop or it proba…
cross sectional research
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
continuous growth
gradual process--growth happens slowly
17 terms
Psych 101 Test #3 (Developmental Psychology-Chapter 5)
zygote
rooting reflex
schema
cross-sectional
Fertilized egg
a baby's tendency, when touched on the cheek, to turn toward…
In Piaget's view, a specific mental structure; an organized w…
different age groups assessed one time (easiest but has probl…
zygote
Fertilized egg
rooting reflex
a baby's tendency, when touched on the cheek, to turn toward…
47 terms
Psych 101: Developmental
Myelination
Synaptic pruning
Teratogens
Grasping reflex
brain insulates its "wires"
allows every brain to adapt well to any environment in which…
agents that harm the embryo or fetus
babies hold fingers
Myelination
brain insulates its "wires"
Synaptic pruning
allows every brain to adapt well to any environment in which…
40 terms
PSYC 101 - Developmental Psychology
Germinal Phase (Week 0-2)
Embryonic Phase (Week 3-8)
Fetal Phase (Week 9-birth)
Motor Development of Infants
Rapid cell division; formation of nourishment structures - pl…
Embryo develops to 1 inch long and 0.5 oz; cephalocaudal deve…
Development of fingers and extremities, eyes, liver, heart; 2…
Eye blinking, sucking, rooting (searching for breast milk); P…
Germinal Phase (Week 0-2)
Rapid cell division; formation of nourishment structures - pl…
Embryonic Phase (Week 3-8)
Embryo develops to 1 inch long and 0.5 oz; cephalocaudal deve…
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PSYCH 101 - Developmental psych
What are the three perspective on deve…
Ontogenetic
Phylogenetic
Cultural
1. Ontogenetic... 2. Phylogenetic... 3. Cultural
Development of mind and personality across the lifespan of an…
Development across evolutionary time - evolution of mind and…
Eastern "collectivists" or Western "individualists"
What are the three perspective on deve…
1. Ontogenetic... 2. Phylogenetic... 3. Cultural
Ontogenetic
Development of mind and personality across the lifespan of an…
8 terms
Psych 101 Developmental Psychology/ Lifespan Development (4/8/2015)
Development (womb to the tomb)
Nature
Critical Period... (imprinting)
Imprinting... (Konrad Lorenz)
study of physical, social, cognitive changes over time
Genetics lead to changes over time
time of special sensitivity to change
Rigid attachment after birth
Development (womb to the tomb)
study of physical, social, cognitive changes over time
Nature
Genetics lead to changes over time
Psych 101 - Developmental
Kids are bad at (3)
Kids are good at (5)
Nativism
Innate
spatial navigation, sitting still/paying attention, assessing…
learning a language, making friends, discriminating individua…
-abilities or characteristics do not depend on experience... -so…
determined by factors present from birth
Kids are bad at (3)
spatial navigation, sitting still/paying attention, assessing…
Kids are good at (5)
learning a language, making friends, discriminating individua…
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Developmental Psychology AP Psych
Developmental Psychology
Child Psychologist
Normative Development
Life-Span Approach
branch of psychology focusing on how the mind, behavior, and…
researcher, scientist, or therapist who deals specifically wi…
processes or situations that are commonly experienced by all…
approach to human development that emphasizes the constant ch…
Developmental Psychology
branch of psychology focusing on how the mind, behavior, and…
Child Psychologist
researcher, scientist, or therapist who deals specifically wi…
Developmental Psychology AP Psych
Cross-Sectional Studies
Longitudinal Studies
Prenatal Development
Zygote
Participants of different ages studied at the same time
One group of people studied over a period of time.
Conception begins with the drop of an egg and the release of…
the sperm penetrates the egg- we have a fertilized egg called…
Cross-Sectional Studies
Participants of different ages studied at the same time
Longitudinal Studies
One group of people studied over a period of time.
AP Psych - Developmental Psychology
Zygote
Embryo
Fetus
Teratogens
Fertilized egg
name for zygote after it lives for 10 days
9 weeks old (prenatal); begins to look human like
poisons that could affect the unborn child (ex: alcohol and s…
Zygote
Fertilized egg
Embryo
name for zygote after it lives for 10 days
23 terms
AP Psych: Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychologist
Nature Vs. Nurture
Cross-Sectional Research
Longitudinal Research
study how our behaviors and thoughts change over our entire l…
controversy, influence on development from nature (genetic fa…
uses participants of different ages to compare how certain va…
takes place over a long period of time, instead of sampling f…
Developmental Psychologist
study how our behaviors and thoughts change over our entire l…
Nature Vs. Nurture
controversy, influence on development from nature (genetic fa…
83 terms
AP Psych - Developmental Psychology
developmental psychology
Continuity vs stages
stability vs change
zygote
the scientific study of how and why human beings change over…
is development a gradual process or a sequence of stages
do our early personality traits continue through life or do w…
fertilized egg cell
developmental psychology
the scientific study of how and why human beings change over…
Continuity vs stages
is development a gradual process or a sequence of stages
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AP Psych Developmental Psychology
teratogens
FAS
Harlow's attachment research
oral stage
chemicals that could cause harm to fetuses when ingested by m…
fetal alcohol syndrome
studied baby monkeys and found that attachment comes from who…
infants seek pleasure from their mouth. people stuck here may…
teratogens
chemicals that could cause harm to fetuses when ingested by m…
FAS
fetal alcohol syndrome
73 terms
AP Psych - Developmental Psychology
developmental psychology
Continuity vs stages
stability vs change
zygote
the scientific study of how and why human beings change over…
is development a gradual process or a sequence of stages
do our early personality traits continue through life or do w…
fertilized egg cell
developmental psychology
the scientific study of how and why human beings change over…
Continuity vs stages
is development a gradual process or a sequence of stages
57 terms
PSYCH8: Developmental Psychology
egocentric
theory of mind
Elkind
Baumrind
the inability to take someone else's perspective
understanding that others have different thoughts
imaginary audience
parenting styles
egocentric
the inability to take someone else's perspective
theory of mind
understanding that others have different thoughts
12 terms
AP Psych: Developmental Psychology
Five Stages of Kubler-Ross
Carol Gilligan
3 stages of moral development
pre conventional morality
denial... anger... bargaining... depression... acceptance
feminist psychologist
pre-conventional morality... conventional morality... post conventi…
right and wrong determined by punishment or reward
Five Stages of Kubler-Ross
denial... anger... bargaining... depression... acceptance
Carol Gilligan
feminist psychologist
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AP Psych Developmental Psychology
zygote
embryo
fetus
teratogens
fertilized egg
2 weeks to 2nd month
9 weeks to birth
harmful stuff for embryo fetus
zygote
fertilized egg
embryo
2 weeks to 2nd month
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AP Psych - Developmental Psychology
genetics
environment
chromosomes
DNA
the study of how genes influence health, behavior and physica…
every external influence, from prenatal nutrition to the peop…
threadlike structures made of DNA molecules that contain the…
a complex molecule containing the genetic information that ma…
genetics
the study of how genes influence health, behavior and physica…
environment
every external influence, from prenatal nutrition to the peop…
12 terms
AP Psych- Developmental Psychology
longitudinal method
cross-sectional method
schema
assimilation
measures a single individual or group of individuals over an…
compares individuals of various ages at one point in time
a concept or framework that organizes and interprets informat…
the process of absorbing new information into an existing sch…
longitudinal method
measures a single individual or group of individuals over an…
cross-sectional method
compares individuals of various ages at one point in time
AP Psych Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychologist
Nature vs. Nurture
Cross-sectional Research
Longitudinal Research
study how our behaviors and thoughts change over our entire l…
genetics vs. environmental factors
uses participants of different ages to compare how certain va…
examines one group of participants over time
Developmental Psychologist
study how our behaviors and thoughts change over our entire l…
Nature vs. Nurture
genetics vs. environmental factors
65 terms
AP Psych: Developmental Psychology
developmental psychology
nature
nurture
cross-sectional research
studies how our behaviours and thoughts change over our entir…
genetic factors
environmental factors
developmental psychology research that uses participants of d…
developmental psychology
studies how our behaviours and thoughts change over our entir…
nature
genetic factors
58 terms
AP Psych- Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology
lifespan approach
lifespan psychologist
child psychologist
the study of changes that occur in people's abilities and beh…
the view that development is a process that continues from bi…
studies development from a birth to death
studies a particular earlier portion of the typical lifespan
Developmental Psychology
the study of changes that occur in people's abilities and beh…
lifespan approach
the view that development is a process that continues from bi…
70 terms
AP Psych: Developmental Psychology
Nature v. Nurture
Continuity v. Stages
Stability v. Change
fertilized cell
genetic v. experience influencing behavior debate
gradual process or sequence of chunks debate
early personality stays the same or changes with age debate
sperm penetrates coating of egg makes
Nature v. Nurture
genetic v. experience influencing behavior debate
Continuity v. Stages
gradual process or sequence of chunks debate
58 terms
AP Psych: Developmental Psychology
development
germinal stage
embryonic stage
fetal stage
sequence of age related changes that occur as a person progre…
first two weeks of prenatal development
two weeks to three months of prenatal development in which vi…
three months to birth of prenatal development in which muscle…
development
sequence of age related changes that occur as a person progre…
germinal stage
first two weeks of prenatal development
AP Psych: Developmental Psychology
longitudinal method
cross-sectional method
schema
assimilation
Measures a single individual or group of individuals over an…
Compares individuals of various ages at one point in time.
A concept or framework that organizes and interprets informat…
The process of absorbing new information into an existing sch…
longitudinal method
Measures a single individual or group of individuals over an…
cross-sectional method
Compares individuals of various ages at one point in time.
84 terms
Developmental Psychology - PSYCH 111
Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology also
Prenatal Development (Germinal phase:…
Embryonic Stage: (2-8 weeks)
universal aspects of lifespan development from conception thr…
-explores physical cognitive, social & emotional development…
-zygote: fertilized egg: divides and implants itself in the w…
-head, face and neck develop... -buds for limbs form and grow... -m…
Developmental Psychology
universal aspects of lifespan development from conception thr…
Developmental Psychology also
-explores physical cognitive, social & emotional development…
10 terms
Developmental Psychology ap psych
Germinal Stage
Zygote Stage
Embryo Stage
Fetal Stage
moment of conception
10 days after conception, outer and inner cluster of cells fo…
2-8 weeks, sex + heartbeat form
Rest of pregnancy, last 12 weeks = most rapid stage of develo…
Germinal Stage
moment of conception
Zygote Stage
10 days after conception, outer and inner cluster of cells fo…
AP Psych Developmental Psychology
developmental psychology
zygote
embryo
fetus
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
the fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
the developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertil…
the developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception t…
developmental psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
zygote
the fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
99 terms
AP Psych Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Zygote
Embryo
Fetus
A branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
The fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
The developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertil…
The developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception t…
Developmental Psychology
A branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
Zygote
The fertilized egg; it enters a 2-week period of rapid cell d…
143 terms
Psych 9 - Developmental Psychology
developmental psychology
developmental psychologists
three aspects of developmental psychol…
life span approach
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
study physiological and cognitive changes across the life spa…
physical... cognitive... social
behaviors and thoughts change over time from birth to death;…
developmental psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
developmental psychologists
study physiological and cognitive changes across the life spa…
38 terms
AP Psych - Developmental Psychology
Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS)
Fetal alcohol effect
Rooting reflex
Sucking reflex
Occurs in children born to mothers who drink heavily during p…
Occurs in children born to mothers who drink moderately durin…
When touched on the cheek, a baby will turn his or her head t…
When an object is placed into the baby's mouth, the infant wi…
Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS)
Occurs in children born to mothers who drink heavily during p…
Fetal alcohol effect
Occurs in children born to mothers who drink moderately durin…
56 terms
AP Psych-Developmental Psychology
cross sectional research
continuous growth
discontinuous growth
critical period
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
gradual process--growth happens slowly
growth happens in leaps or spurts
time during which a skill or ability must develop or it proba…
cross sectional research
compare groups of people of various ages on similar task--can…
continuous growth
gradual process--growth happens slowly
PSYCH250: Developmental Psychology
Erikson's psychosocial theory
Traditional Behaviorism (Watson)
Skinner's Operant Conditioning
Cognitive Behaviorism/Social Learning…
Covers lifespan (people continue to develop beyond childhood)…
Classical conditioning/associative learning; pairing uncondit…
Focuses on consequences of behavior; reinforcement/punishment
Imitation to learn...observational learning
Erikson's psychosocial theory
Covers lifespan (people continue to develop beyond childhood)…
Traditional Behaviorism (Watson)
Classical conditioning/associative learning; pairing uncondit…
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