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Human Development Chapter 5
6 Approaches of Cognitive Development
Behaviorist Approach
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Behaviorist... Psychometric... Piagetian... Information-Processing... Cog…
Studies the basic mechanics of learning;... Concerned with how b…
Learning based on associating a stimulus that does not ordina…
B.F. Skinner... Learning based on association with its consequen…
6 Approaches of Cognitive Development
Behaviorist... Psychometric... Piagetian... Information-Processing... Cog…
Behaviorist Approach
Studies the basic mechanics of learning;... Concerned with how b…
Human Development Chapter 5
Boundaries
Bullying
Coercion
Compromise
Imaginary lines that indicate a limit beyond which you will n…
The use of threats or force by one person or group to intimid…
The use of physical or psychological threat or force to obtai…
A conflict resolution in which both parties give up something.
Boundaries
Imaginary lines that indicate a limit beyond which you will n…
Bullying
The use of threats or force by one person or group to intimid…
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Human Development Chapter 5
hope
will
purpose
evolutionary psychology
according to Erikson, an openness to new experience tempered…
according to Erikson, a youn child's understanding that he or…
according to Erikson, balance between individual initiative a…
theoretical view that many human behaviors represent successf…
hope
according to Erikson, an openness to new experience tempered…
will
according to Erikson, a youn child's understanding that he or…
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Human Development Chapter 5
Amygdala
Animism
Balanced Bilingual
Centration
A tiny brain structure that registers emotions, particularly…
The belief that natural objects and phenomena are alive
A person who is fluent in two languages, not favoring one ove…
A characteristic of preoperational thought whereby a young ch…
Amygdala
A tiny brain structure that registers emotions, particularly…
Animism
The belief that natural objects and phenomena are alive
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Human Development Chapter 5
Growth Patterns
Just Right
Motor skills
Brain development
Children become slimmer as the lower body lengthens. Each yea…
Some children insist on eating only certain foods, prepared a…
Children develop these spontaneously and diligently as they p…
By age 2 a child's brain weighs 75% of what it will in adulth…
Growth Patterns
Children become slimmer as the lower body lengthens. Each yea…
Just Right
Some children insist on eating only certain foods, prepared a…
Human Development Chapter 5
Early childhood
Middle childhood
Frontal lobes
Gross motor skills
the first phase of childhood, lasting from age 3 through kind…
the second phase of childhood, covering the elementary school…
the area at the brain, responsible for reasoning and planning…
physical abilities that involve large muscle movements, such…
Early childhood
the first phase of childhood, lasting from age 3 through kind…
Middle childhood
the second phase of childhood, covering the elementary school…
Chapter 5 Human Growth and Development
Piaget's Theory
Sensorimotor Stage
Reflexive Schemes
Primary Circular Reactions
Believed that the child's mind forms and modifies psychologic…
Birth to 2 years, building schemes through sensory and motor…
Newborn Reflexes
Simple motor habits centered around own body
Piaget's Theory
Believed that the child's mind forms and modifies psychologic…
Sensorimotor Stage
Birth to 2 years, building schemes through sensory and motor…
Human Development Chapter 5
sensorimotor stage
schemes
adaptation
assimilation
spans the first two years of life. Piaget believed that infan…
specific psychological structures- organized ways of making s…
involves building schemes through direct interaction with the…
we use our current schemes to interpret the external world
sensorimotor stage
spans the first two years of life. Piaget believed that infan…
schemes
specific psychological structures- organized ways of making s…
Human Development: Chapter 5
Gross motor Skill
Fine motor Skills
Depth Perception
Visual Cliff
Physical skills that involve the large muscles
Physical skills that involve the small muscles and eye-hand c…
Ability to perceive objects and surfaces in three dimensions.
Apparatus designed to give an illusion of depth and used to a…
Gross motor Skill
Physical skills that involve the large muscles
Fine motor Skills
Physical skills that involve the small muscles and eye-hand c…
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Human Development - Chapter 5
Jean Piaget
Sensorimotor Stage
Schemes
Adaption
Swiss theorist who inspired a vision of children as busy, mot…
First stage of Piaget's theory. ... Spans over the first two yea…
Organized ways of making sense of experience.... Specific psycho…
Involves building schemes through direct interaction with the…
Jean Piaget
Swiss theorist who inspired a vision of children as busy, mot…
Sensorimotor Stage
First stage of Piaget's theory. ... Spans over the first two yea…
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Human Development Chapter 5
Head-Sparing
Percentile
REM Sleep
Co-Sleeping
A biological mechanism that protects the brain when malnutrit…
A point on a ranking scale of 0 to 100. The 50th percentile i…
Rapid eye movement sleep, a stage of sleep characterized by f…
A custom in which parents and their children (usually infants…
Head-Sparing
A biological mechanism that protects the brain when malnutrit…
Percentile
A point on a ranking scale of 0 to 100. The 50th percentile i…
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Human Development Chapter 5
Schemes
Assimilation
Accommodation
Organization
In Piaget's theory, actions or mental representations that or…
Piagetian concept of using existing schemes to deal with new…
Piagetian concept of adjusting schemes to fit new information…
Piaget's concept of grouping isolated behaviors and thoughts…
Schemes
In Piaget's theory, actions or mental representations that or…
Assimilation
Piagetian concept of using existing schemes to deal with new…
Human Development Chapter 5
Cephalocaudal Principle
Proximodistal Principle
Patterns of Physical Growth for Girls…
Teething
Growth occurs from top down.
Growth and motor development proceed from the centre of the b…
Similar patterns, however boys are generally a bit heavier an…
Usually begins at about 3-4 months, but the first tooth might…
Cephalocaudal Principle
Growth occurs from top down.
Proximodistal Principle
Growth and motor development proceed from the centre of the b…
Chapter 5 Human Development
Why do children lose their baby fat of…
Why do toddlers in both developed and…
Why do toddlers in developing countrie…
What percentage of children around the…
Because their body no longer needs as much fat to keep their…
Because most cultures depend on breast milk and infant formul…
Because when toddlers come of age to be able to eat solid foo…
1/4 of children worldwide.
Why do children lose their baby fat of…
Because their body no longer needs as much fat to keep their…
Why do toddlers in both developed and…
Because most cultures depend on breast milk and infant formul…
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Human Growth & Development: Chapter 5
Hope
When does hope occur?
Will
When does will occur?
according to Erickson, openness to new experience tempered by…
when trust and mistrust are in balance
according to Erickson, a young child's understanding that he/…
this occurs when autonomy, shame, and doubt are in balance
Hope
according to Erickson, openness to new experience tempered by…
When does hope occur?
when trust and mistrust are in balance
chapter 5 human development
3 years old child
the pencil mark on the wall shows Eve'…
is best to try not to wake a sleepwalk…
Hobson Silvestri sleep disturbance
normally being to lose their babyish loudness and take on the…
3 years old weight about 34 pounds
sleep patterns and problems
may be caused by accidental activation of the brain's motor c…
3 years old child
normally being to lose their babyish loudness and take on the…
the pencil mark on the wall shows Eve'…
3 years old weight about 34 pounds
Human Development Chapter 5
cephalocaudal principle
proximodistal principle
principle of hierarchical integration
principle of independence of systems
the principle that growth follows a pattern that begins with…
the principle that development proceeds from the center of th…
the principle that simple skills typically develop separately…
the principle that different body systems grow at different r…
cephalocaudal principle
the principle that growth follows a pattern that begins with…
proximodistal principle
the principle that development proceeds from the center of th…
Human Development chapter 5
schemes
what are our first schemes
assimilation
accommodation
actions of mental processes that organize knowledge
reflexes
if i understand the world by biting, sucking, hearing, feelin…
a new way of thinking about the world, and then you get used…
schemes
actions of mental processes that organize knowledge
what are our first schemes
reflexes
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Human Development Chapter 5
schemes
assimilation
accommodation
sensorimotor stage (of cognitive devel…
organized patterns of functioning that adapt and change with…
the process by which people understand an experience in terms…
changes in existing ways of thinking that occur in response t…
piaget's initial major stage of cognitive development, which…
schemes
organized patterns of functioning that adapt and change with…
assimilation
the process by which people understand an experience in terms…
Human and Development Chapter 5
HOME
Home Observation of Measurement of the…
Language Learning
Receptive (passive) vocabulary
Assesses the impact of the home environment on the child's in…
What does "HOME" stand for?
COMPREHENSION (UNDERSTANDING) PRECEDES PRODUCTION (EXPRESSIVE)
Things an infant understands ... By 18 Mo 3/4 children can under…
HOME
Assesses the impact of the home environment on the child's in…
Home Observation of Measurement of the…
What does "HOME" stand for?
Chapter 5: Human Development
Zone of proximal development
Teratogens
Attachment
FASD
The distance between what a child can learn alone and what th…
Substances that can disrupt normal prenatal development and c…
The strong emotional connection that develops early in life b…
A consequence of prenatal alcohol exposure that causes multip…
Zone of proximal development
The distance between what a child can learn alone and what th…
Teratogens
Substances that can disrupt normal prenatal development and c…
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Human Development Chapter 5
Average size and weight of newborns
Define... Low birth weight babies
Define... Small for their gestational age
Very small babies
On average 7 to 7 1/2 pounds and 20 inches
Weigh 5 pounds 8 ounces or less
Low weight for a given gestational age
Birth weights between 500-750 grams... -Vagal tone (physiology r…
Average size and weight of newborns
On average 7 to 7 1/2 pounds and 20 inches
Define... Low birth weight babies
Weigh 5 pounds 8 ounces or less
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Human Development Chapter 5
Basic emotions
Temperament
Secure attachment
Insecure attachment
emotional states that emerge very early in dev., occur in inf…
inborn characteristic way that infants interact with the worl…
strong emotional bond between a child and a caregiver that de…
fragile emotional bond between a child and a caregiver that o…
Basic emotions
emotional states that emerge very early in dev., occur in inf…
Temperament
inborn characteristic way that infants interact with the worl…
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Human Growth & Development: Chapter 5 Infancy
Infancy
Neonate
Vision
Hearing
The period from birth to the first birthday.
Time period from birth to age 1 month.
This sense(s) is not quiet developed at birth. Develops gradu…
This sense(s) is fully developed before birth.
Infancy
The period from birth to the first birthday.
Neonate
Time period from birth to age 1 month.
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Human Development Chapter 5
A-not-B error
Babbling
Bayley Scales of Infant Development
Cooing
Substage 4 infants' tendency to look for an object in the pla…
The repetitive vocalizing of consonant-vowel combinations by…
The best known and most widely used test of infant "intellige…
Making repetitive vowel sounds, particularly the uuu sound.
A-not-B error
Substage 4 infants' tendency to look for an object in the pla…
Babbling
The repetitive vocalizing of consonant-vowel combinations by…
Human Development Chapter 5
What is a schema?
What two ways to schemas change?
What is adaptation?
What is assimilation?
Piaget's Theory, schema physiological structures that childre…
Piaget's Theory, Adaptation and Organization
Piaget's Theory, Process of building schemas through direct i…
Piaget's Theory, External world interpreted in terms of curre…
What is a schema?
Piaget's Theory, schema physiological structures that childre…
What two ways to schemas change?
Piaget's Theory, Adaptation and Organization
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Human Growth and Development: Chapter 5
Early childhood
Middle childhood
Frontal lobes
Cerebral cortex
The first phase of childhood, lasting from age 3 through kind…
The second phase of childhood, covering the elementary school…
The area at the uppermost front of the brain, responsible for…
The outer folded mantle of the brain, responsible for thinkin…
Early childhood
The first phase of childhood, lasting from age 3 through kind…
Middle childhood
The second phase of childhood, covering the elementary school…
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human development chapter 5
piaget's theory schemes
schemes with age first schemes
adaptation
assimilation
psychological structures... organized ways of making sense of ex…
sensorimotor action patterns
building schemes through direct interaction with environment
using current schemes to interpret the external world
piaget's theory schemes
psychological structures... organized ways of making sense of ex…
schemes with age first schemes
sensorimotor action patterns
Human Development Chapter 5
sensorimotor stage
schemes
Adaptation
assimilation
spans the first two years of life. Piaget believed that infan…
specific psychological structures-organized ways of making se…
involves building schemes through direct interaction with the…
we use our current schemes to interpret the external world
sensorimotor stage
spans the first two years of life. Piaget believed that infan…
schemes
specific psychological structures-organized ways of making se…
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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT-CHAPTER 5-
Axon
Binocular vision
Cortex
Co-sleeping
A fiber that extends from a neuron and transmits electrochemi…
The ability to focus the two eyes in a coordinated manner in…
The outer layers of the brain in humans and other mammals. Mo…
A custom in which parents and their children, usually infant'…
Axon
A fiber that extends from a neuron and transmits electrochemi…
Binocular vision
The ability to focus the two eyes in a coordinated manner in…
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Chapter 5 Lifespan Human Development
Pituitary gland
Endocrine system plays a role in :
Thyroid Gland
Testes
-Most important gland of the brain... -Triggers the release of h…
male and female hormones
Affects growth and development of the brain... -helps regulate c…
Responsible for the development of the males reproductive sys…
Pituitary gland
-Most important gland of the brain... -Triggers the release of h…
Endocrine system plays a role in :
male and female hormones
Chapter 5 Terms-Human Development
Obstetrician
anemia
Rh Factor
Gestational Diabetes
a physician who specializes in providing medical care to wome…
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
Refers to the presence or absence of the Rh antigen on red bl…
a form of diabetes mellitus that occurs during some pregnancies
Obstetrician
a physician who specializes in providing medical care to wome…
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
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Human Development Chapter 5
3 Periods of development
During the first years of life, there…
What are the 4 Principles that Govern…
Define Cephalocaudal physical growth
Biological, Cognitive, Social-Cultural
Height, weight
Cephalocaudal, Proximodistal, Hierarchical, Independence system
growth begins w/ head and extended to extremities.
3 Periods of development
Biological, Cognitive, Social-Cultural
During the first years of life, there…
Height, weight
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Human Development Chapter 5
Centration
Fast-Mapping
Irreversibility
Conservation
When a young child centers all thought on one specific thing
When children learn words very quickly but not always correctly
When children think that once something is someway there is n…
The ability to understand that the amount of something is the…
Centration
When a young child centers all thought on one specific thing
Fast-Mapping
When children learn words very quickly but not always correctly
Chapter 5 Vocab HumanDevelopment
Obstetrician
anemia
Rh Factor
Gestational Diabetes
a physician who specializes in providing medical care to wome…
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
Refers to the presence or absence of the Rh antigen on red bl…
a form of diabetes mellitus that occurs during some pregnancies
Obstetrician
a physician who specializes in providing medical care to wome…
anemia
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
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Chapter 5 Human Development
Emotional Development
Temperament
The Development of Trust
Attachment
-In the first two years of life babies develop attachment to…
-Temperament is the inborn, characteristic way a person react…
-Erikson's first development task-trust versus mistrust... -Feed…
-Attachment is the emotional bond to caregivers... -Attachment t…
Emotional Development
-In the first two years of life babies develop attachment to…
Temperament
-Temperament is the inborn, characteristic way a person react…
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chapter 5 Human Development
REM sleep
immunization
gross motor
fine motor
(rapid eye movement)... - dreaming and rapid brain waves
process that stimulates the body's immune system to defend ag…
- 6 mon sit unsupoported... - crawling 8-10 mon... - walk 10-12 mon
- 3 mon controls limbs ... - reach 4-11 mon grasp, reach objects…
REM sleep
(rapid eye movement)... - dreaming and rapid brain waves
immunization
process that stimulates the body's immune system to defend ag…
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Chapter 5 - Human Development
developmental psychology
Vision, hearing
Faces
equally, longer
_________ a branch of psychology that studies physical, cogni…
We can measure psychological process in infants through ____…
Infants pay more attention to ___ than to other pattern. This…
Infants gaze about _____ at normal and distorted faces, but t…
developmental psychology
_________ a branch of psychology that studies physical, cogni…
Vision, hearing
We can measure psychological process in infants through ____…
Human Development Chapter 5
Object Permanence
Deferred Imitation
Displaced Reference
Zone of Proximal Development
the understanding that objects continue to exist when out of…
the ability to remember and copt the behavior of models who a…
the realization that words can be used to cue mental images o…
refers to a range of tasks too difficult for the child to do…
Object Permanence
the understanding that objects continue to exist when out of…
Deferred Imitation
the ability to remember and copt the behavior of models who a…
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Human Development Chapter 5
gross motor skills
fine motor skills
handedness
lateralization
movement of large muscle groups
small muscle movements
individuals preference for using one hand or another to perfo…
the development of specialized functioning in each hemisphere…
gross motor skills
movement of large muscle groups
fine motor skills
small muscle movements
human development chapter 5
Adaption
Assimilation
Accommodation
Cognitive equilibrium
Building schemes through direct interaction with environment
Using current schemes to interpret the external world
Adjusting old schemes and creating new ones to better fit env…
Steady, comfortable state... Characterized by assimilation more…
Adaption
Building schemes through direct interaction with environment
Assimilation
Using current schemes to interpret the external world
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Chapter 5 - Human development
Conception
Prenatal development
Teratogens
Habituation
Single sperm cell penetrates the outer coating of the egg and…
Growth and changes occurring before birth... From conception to…
chemicals or viruses that can enter the placenta and harm the…
adjusting, getting familiar with sounds
Conception
Single sperm cell penetrates the outer coating of the egg and…
Prenatal development
Growth and changes occurring before birth... From conception to…
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Human development Chapter 5
visual impairment
auditory impairment
speech impairment
stuttering
a difficulty in seeing that may include blindness or partial…
a special need that involves the loss of hearing of some aspe…
speech that deviates so much from the speech of others that i…
substantial disruption in the rhythm and fluency of speech; t…
visual impairment
a difficulty in seeing that may include blindness or partial…
auditory impairment
a special need that involves the loss of hearing of some aspe…
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Chapter 5 Human Development
human development
Stages of Prenatal Development
germinal stage
zygote
the study of change and continuity in an individual across th…
germinal, embryonic, and fetal.
the first prenatal stage of development, which begins at conc…
the single cell that results hen a sperm fertilizes an egg.
human development
the study of change and continuity in an individual across th…
Stages of Prenatal Development
germinal, embryonic, and fetal.
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Chapter 5 Human Development
Bodily Growth
Brain Development
Ways to measure brain development
EEG
•about 6 months of age solid food could become part of diet.…
early brain development is marked by two key developments... -Sy…
-EEG... -FMRI
(Electroencephalogram): measures electrical activity of cereb…
Bodily Growth
•about 6 months of age solid food could become part of diet.…
Brain Development
early brain development is marked by two key developments... -Sy…
Human Development Chapter 5
Kwashiorkor
Micronutrients
Synaptic Density
Synaptic Pruning
Protein deficiency that leads to a range of symptoms such as…
Dietary ingredients essential to optimal physical growth; inc…
Density of synapses among neurons in the brain peak at age 3
Process in brain development in which dendritic connections t…
Kwashiorkor
Protein deficiency that leads to a range of symptoms such as…
Micronutrients
Dietary ingredients essential to optimal physical growth; inc…
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Human Development-Chapter 5
Pre-writing... Palmar Supinate Grasp
Pre-writing... Digital pronate
Pre-writing... Static tripod posture
Pre-writing ... Dynamic tripod posture
1-1.5 yrs... writing tool held with fisted hand, wrist slightly…
2-3 yrs... writing tool held with fingers, wrist is neutral and…
3.5-4 yrs... writing tool held with approximation of thumb and f…
4.5-6 yrs... writing tool held with opposition of distal phalang…
Pre-writing... Palmar Supinate Grasp
1-1.5 yrs... writing tool held with fisted hand, wrist slightly…
Pre-writing... Digital pronate
2-3 yrs... writing tool held with fingers, wrist is neutral and…
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Chapter 5 Human Development
human development
germinal stage
zygote
embryo
the study of change and continuity in the individual across t…
the first prenatal stage of development, which begins at conc…
the single cell that results when a sperm fertilizes an egg
the term for the developing organism from 2 weeks until about…
human development
the study of change and continuity in the individual across t…
germinal stage
the first prenatal stage of development, which begins at conc…
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Human Development: Chapter 5
at age 2...
at age 4...
at age 5...
at age 6...
picks up small objects with thumb and forefinger... walks unassi…
cuts paper... walks down stairs, alternating feet... catches and co…
prints name... tosses ball overhead with bent elbows
copies short words... hops on each foot... catches and controls lar…
at age 2...
picks up small objects with thumb and forefinger... walks unassi…
at age 4...
cuts paper... walks down stairs, alternating feet... catches and co…
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Human Development Chapter 5
Medacognation
Schemes
Assimilation
Accommodation
think about how you think
an organized pattern of sensorimotor functioning
understand an experience in terms of their current stage of c…
changes in existing ways of thinking that occur in response t…
Medacognation
think about how you think
Schemes
an organized pattern of sensorimotor functioning
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