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Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 14 Emotions, Attachment, and Social Relationships
primary emotions
self-conscious emotions
social referencing
emotion regulation
One of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
A "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
Infants' monitoring of companions' emotional reactions in amb…
The processes involved in initiating, maintaining, and alteri…
primary emotions
One of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
self-conscious emotions
A "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 14 Emotions, Attachment, and Social Relationships
primary emotions
self-conscious emotions
social referencing
emotion regulation
One of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
A "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
Infants' monitoring of companions' emotional reactions in amb…
The processes involved in initiating, maintaining, and alteri…
primary emotions
One of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
self-conscious emotions
A "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
9 terms
Life Span Human Development
Science of human development
empirical
scientific method
replication
science that seeks to understand how and why people of all ag…
based on observation or experiment
a method of investigation involving observation and theory to…
the repetition of an experiment in order to test the validity…
Science of human development
science that seeks to understand how and why people of all ag…
empirical
based on observation or experiment
Life span human development
lifelong
mulitdimensial
multidirectional
plastic
change in childhood and adulthood
biological
expand and shrink
can change (flexible)
lifelong
change in childhood and adulthood
mulitdimensial
biological
9 terms
Life Span Human Development
Erikson's psychosocial stages
Infant: Basic Trust vs Mistrust
Toddler: Autonomy vs Shame
Preschooler: Initiative vs Guilt
1. Infant (0-1/2): Basic trust vs Mistrust... 2. Toddler (1.5-3…
Key concepts: trust, predictability of caregiver... Nutrition:…
Key concepts:... Independence, walking, talking, t-t --> Will... N…
Key concepts:... Discovery, increased independence... --> Purpose…
Erikson's psychosocial stages
1. Infant (0-1/2): Basic trust vs Mistrust... 2. Toddler (1.5-3…
Infant: Basic Trust vs Mistrust
Key concepts: trust, predictability of caregiver... Nutrition:…
20 terms
Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 13 Social Cognition and Moral Development
social cognition
false belief task
theory of mind
belief-desire psychology
Thinking about the thoughts, feelings, motives, and behavior…
A research paradigm used to assess an important aspect of a t…
The understanding that people have mental states (feelings, d…
The theory of mind reflecting an understanding that people's…
social cognition
Thinking about the thoughts, feelings, motives, and behavior…
false belief task
A research paradigm used to assess an important aspect of a t…
11 terms
Life Span Human Development
Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Men
Erikson's Psychosocial Stages (all age…
Infant
Toddler
"At first the infant ...... Then the whining school-boy, ...... And…
1. 0 - 1/2 infant: basic trust vs mistrust... 2. 1 1/2 - 3 Toddl…
Basic Trust vs Mistrust... trust, predictability of caregiver -…
Autonomy vs Shame... independence, walking, talking, t-t --> wi…
Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Men
"At first the infant ...... Then the whining school-boy, ...... And…
Erikson's Psychosocial Stages (all age…
1. 0 - 1/2 infant: basic trust vs mistrust... 2. 1 1/2 - 3 Toddl…
30 terms
Human Development Life Span
development
life span perspective
development is/ involves
normative age graded influences
pattern of change that beings at conception and continues thr…
involves growth maintenance and regulation... constructed throug…
lifelong, plastic (malleable) subject to change,contextual, m…
people in a similar age group
development
pattern of change that beings at conception and continues thr…
life span perspective
involves growth maintenance and regulation... constructed throug…
Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 13 Social Cognition and Moral Development
social cognition
false belief task
theory of mind
desire psychology
Thinking about the thoughts, feelings, motives, and behavior…
A research paradigm used to assess an important aspect of a t…
The understanding that people have mental states (feelings, d…
The earliest theory of mind: an understanding that desires gu…
social cognition
Thinking about the thoughts, feelings, motives, and behavior…
false belief task
A research paradigm used to assess an important aspect of a t…
139 terms
LifeSpan Human Development
Health
WHO
Function
Barriers to function
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being N…
World Health Organization
Achieve desirable outcomes
Disablement and disability
Health
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being N…
WHO
World Health Organization
45 terms
Ch 13 - Social cognition and Moral Dev - Life Span Human Development
What is morality?
What are 3 basic concepts of morality?
Freud's "moral effect"psychoanalytic t…
Kohlberg "moral reasoning" cognitive d…
1. ability to experience pride when we do the right thing or…
1. affective or emotional component- consisting of the feelin…
1. generally we are motivated to avoid negative moral emotion…
1. want to understand "how" we decide what to do, not what we…
What is morality?
1. ability to experience pride when we do the right thing or…
What are 3 basic concepts of morality?
1. affective or emotional component- consisting of the feelin…
55 terms
Human life span and development
Life Span development
Cognitive development
Physical development
Prenatal Period
The concept of human development as a lifelong process.
The pattern of change in mental abilities, such as learning,…
The growth the body and brain, including patterns of change i…
Conception to brith
Life Span development
The concept of human development as a lifelong process.
Cognitive development
The pattern of change in mental abilities, such as learning,…
Human Development Across the Life Span
Development
Zygote
Perceptual period
Prenatal period
It is the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a per…
It is a one called organism by the union of a sperm and an egg.
It extends from conception to birth, usually encompassing nin…
It is divided into three phases:... 1) The germinal stage (the f…
Development
It is the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a per…
Zygote
It is a one called organism by the union of a sperm and an egg.
429 terms
"Life-span Development" (Santrock), Human Development
Development
Life-span perspective
Normative age-graded influences
Normative history-graded influences
The pattern of change that begins at conception and continues…
The perspective that development is lifelong, multidimensiona…
Influences that are similar for individuals in a particular a…
Influences that are common to people of a particular generati…
Development
The pattern of change that begins at conception and continues…
Life-span perspective
The perspective that development is lifelong, multidimensiona…
Life Span Human Development
Functional age
ADL's/IADL's
Brain compensation for aging
Macular degeneration
Actual competence and performance ... -May not match chronologic…
Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) ... -Basic self-care tasks ... -…
Loss of brain weight... -Accelerates in sixties ... -Neurons lost... -…
Central Vision blurs and gradually is lost
Functional age
Actual competence and performance ... -May not match chronologic…
ADL's/IADL's
Activities of Daily Living (ADL's) ... -Basic self-care tasks ... -…
Life Span Human Development
Science of human development
empirical
scientific method
replication
science that seeks to understand how and why people of all ag…
based on observation or experiment
a method of investigation involving observation and theory to…
the repetition of an experiment in order to test the validity…
Science of human development
science that seeks to understand how and why people of all ag…
empirical
based on observation or experiment
44 terms
Life Span Human Development
Sigmund Freud
id
ego
superego
focuses on inner person; human behavior and personality origi…
personality aspect; present at birth, basic biological drives…
personality aspect; concious, thinking part of personality
personality aspect; moral judge, distinction between right an…
Sigmund Freud
focuses on inner person; human behavior and personality origi…
id
personality aspect; present at birth, basic biological drives…
142 terms
Life Span Human Development
hippocampus
eustress
because of the increase of circulating…
false
Stress can disrupt the potential of the ________, leading to…
__________ is positive stress, that which excites and motivat…
Stress is linked with diabetes, why?
The US has the highest life expectancy
hippocampus
Stress can disrupt the potential of the ________, leading to…
eustress
__________ is positive stress, that which excites and motivat…
44 terms
Life Span Human Development
Sigmund Freud
id
ego
superego
focuses on inner person; human behavior and personality origi…
personality aspect; present at birth, basic biological drives…
personality aspect; concious, thinking part of personality
personality aspect; moral judge, distinction between right an…
Sigmund Freud
focuses on inner person; human behavior and personality origi…
id
personality aspect; present at birth, basic biological drives…
Human Development-Life Span
mental operations
deductive reasoning
working memory
long-term memory
cognitive actions that can be performed on objects or ideas
drawing conclusions from facts, characteristic of formal-oper…
type of memory in which a small number of items can be stored…
permanent storehouse for memories that has unlimited capacity
mental operations
cognitive actions that can be performed on objects or ideas
deductive reasoning
drawing conclusions from facts, characteristic of formal-oper…
Life-span human development
What is the concept of life span and h…
Life-span
normative events
Non-normative events
A person appears on earth at a particular time and disappears…
The lifespan stretches from conception to recycling. Influenc…
milestones, accomplishments and typical occurrences. Expected…
accidents, unusual experiences rare illness. Not common to ev…
What is the concept of life span and h…
A person appears on earth at a particular time and disappears…
Life-span
The lifespan stretches from conception to recycling. Influenc…
87 terms
Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 13 Social Cognition and Moral Development
social cognition
false belief task
theory of mind
social cognitive skills of infants (bi…
Thinking about the thoughts, feelings, motives, and behavior…
A research paradigm used to assess an important aspect of a t…
The understanding that people have mental states (feelings, d…
1. joint attention( knowing they can share perceptual experie…
social cognition
Thinking about the thoughts, feelings, motives, and behavior…
false belief task
A research paradigm used to assess an important aspect of a t…
Human life span and development
Infancy
Early childhood
Adolescence
Early adulthood
0-2 years old
3-8 years old
9-18 years old
19-45 years old
Infancy
0-2 years old
Early childhood
3-8 years old
26 terms
Human Life Span and Development
Evolutionary Psychology
Criticism of evolutionary psychology
does a gene act independently?
sources of variability in genes
• Emphasizes the importance of adaptation, reproduction, and…
cannot be tested; on a time scale too big to question if deve…
no, depends on hormones, environmental factors to determine i…
mixture of mom and dad genes; crossing over; chance that DNA…
Evolutionary Psychology
• Emphasizes the importance of adaptation, reproduction, and…
Criticism of evolutionary psychology
cannot be tested; on a time scale too big to question if deve…
25 terms
Life Span Human Development
Development
life span perspective
Normative age-graded influences
Normative history-graded influneces
The pattern of movement or change that begins at conception a…
the perspective that development is lifelong , multi: dimensi…
influences that are similar for individuals in a particular a…
influences that are common to people of a particular generati…
Development
The pattern of movement or change that begins at conception a…
life span perspective
the perspective that development is lifelong , multi: dimensi…
21 terms
Human development in life span
Multidirectional
Nonormative life events
Nature-Nurture
Vygotsky's sociocultural cognitive the…
Throughout like, some dimensions or components of a dimension…
Unusual occurrences that have a major impact on my he individ…
The extent to which development is influenced by Nature which…
Emphasizes how culture and social interaction guide cognitive…
Multidirectional
Throughout like, some dimensions or components of a dimension…
Nonormative life events
Unusual occurrences that have a major impact on my he individ…
56 terms
life-span of human development
development
growth
biological aging
depressoon
systematic changes in the individual occurring between concep…
the physical changes that occur from conception to maturity.
the deterioration of organisms that leads inevitably to death.
an affective or mood disorder characterizing by at least one…
development
systematic changes in the individual occurring between concep…
growth
the physical changes that occur from conception to maturity.
Human Life Span Development
How does early age relate to vital sig…
Infancy
Toddler age range
Preschool age range
The younger the child, the more rapid are the pulse and respi…
birth-12 months... At birth, HR is from 100-180 and settles arou…
12-36 months
3-5 years
How does early age relate to vital sig…
The younger the child, the more rapid are the pulse and respi…
Infancy
birth-12 months... At birth, HR is from 100-180 and settles arou…
47 terms
Life-Span Development Ch 14 - Emotions, Attachment, and Social Relationships
primary emotions
self-conscious emotions
social referencing
emotion regulation
one of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
a "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
infants' monitoring of companions' emotional reactions in amb…
the process involved in initiating, maintaining, and altering…
primary emotions
one of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
self-conscious emotions
a "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
47 terms
Life-Span Development Ch 14 - Emotions, Attachment, and Social Relationships
primary emotions
self-conscious emotions
social referencing
emotion regulation
one of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
a "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
infants' monitoring of companions' emotional reactions in amb…
the process involved in initiating, maintaining, and altering…
primary emotions
one of the distinct basic emotions that emerges within the fi…
self-conscious emotions
a "secondary emotion" such as embarrassment or pride that req…
Human Life Span and Development
define human development
periods of development
Domains of development
Non-normative influences
progressive change in peoples lives over time enabling them t…
prenatal. ... Infancy. ... Early Childhood (2-6yrs). ... Middle childh…
Physical. ... Cognitive. ... Emotional / social / cultural
irregular events which occur with one or a few people. no pre…
define human development
progressive change in peoples lives over time enabling them t…
periods of development
prenatal. ... Infancy. ... Early Childhood (2-6yrs). ... Middle childh…
Human Life Span Development
Infancy
Childhood
youth
Early adulthood
birth-2 years
2- 12 years
12-18
19-40 years
Infancy
birth-2 years
Childhood
2- 12 years
52 terms
Ch. 14 - Emotions, Attachment, & Social Relationships - Life Span of Human Psychology
Primary Emotions
Self-Conscious Emotions
Social Referencing
Emotion Regulation
Distinct basic emotions that emerge within the first 6 months…
Secondary emotions that require self-awareness... Begins at 18 m…
Infants begin to monitor their companions' emotional reaction…
The processes involved in initiating, maintaining, and alteri…
Primary Emotions
Distinct basic emotions that emerge within the first 6 months…
Self-Conscious Emotions
Secondary emotions that require self-awareness... Begins at 18 m…
52 terms
Human Development through Life Span
Scientific Method
Urie Bronfenbrenner:... Ecological-System…
Culture
Socioeconomic status
1. Curiosity... 2. Hypothesis... 3. Test the hypothesis... 4. Draw Con…
3 Levels- Microsystems... Exosystems... Macrosystems
A system of shared beliefs, norms, behaviors, and expectation…
Reflects income and much more, including occupation, educatio…
Scientific Method
1. Curiosity... 2. Hypothesis... 3. Test the hypothesis... 4. Draw Con…
Urie Bronfenbrenner:... Ecological-System…
3 Levels- Microsystems... Exosystems... Macrosystems
CLEP Human Life Span Development
collectivist culture
individualistic culture
cognitive-developmental theory
accommodation
places value on the common good than individual achievement
values individual achievement and the pursuit pof individual…
based on the notion that cognitive abilities are developed as…
changing an old scheme to fit new info
collectivist culture
places value on the common good than individual achievement
individualistic culture
values individual achievement and the pursuit pof individual…
39 terms
Ch. 13 - Social Cognition & Moral Development - Life Span of Human Psychology
Social Cognition
False Belief Task
Theory of Mind
The First Steps in Infancy to Create t…
Thinking about the perceptions, thoughts, emotions, motives,…
Assesses the understanding that people can hold incorrect bel…
The understanding that people have mental states such as desi…
Joint Attention, Understanding Intentions, Pretend Play, Imit…
Social Cognition
Thinking about the perceptions, thoughts, emotions, motives,…
False Belief Task
Assesses the understanding that people can hold incorrect bel…
24 terms
Human Development Across The Life Span
Development
Motor Development
Maturation
Developmental Norms
the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person pr…
progression of muscular coordination required for physical ac…
development that reflects the gradual unfolding of ones genet…
the average age at which individuals display various behavior…
Development
the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person pr…
Motor Development
progression of muscular coordination required for physical ac…
69 terms
Human development across the Life Span
development
zygote
prenatal period
germinal stage
the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person pr…
a one-celled organism formed by the union of a sperm and an egg
extends from conception to birth, usually encompassing nine m…
the first phase of prenatal development encompassing the firs…
development
the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person pr…
zygote
a one-celled organism formed by the union of a sperm and an egg
28 terms
Human Development Across the Life Span
zygote
development
prenatal period
germinal stage
a one-celled organism formed by the union of a sperm and an e…
the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person pr…
extends from conception to birth, usually encompassing nine m…
the first phase of prenatal development, encompassing the fir…
zygote
a one-celled organism formed by the union of a sperm and an e…
development
the sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person pr…
45 terms
Ch 13 - Social cognition and Moral Dev - Life Span Human Development
What is morality?
What are 3 basic concepts of morality?
Freud's "moral effect"psychoanalytic t…
Kohlberg "moral reasoning" cognitive d…
1. ability to experience pride when we do the right thing or…
1. affective or emotional component- consisting of the feelin…
1. generally we are motivated to avoid negative moral emotion…
1. want to understand "how" we decide what to do, not what we…
What is morality?
1. ability to experience pride when we do the right thing or…
What are 3 basic concepts of morality?
1. affective or emotional component- consisting of the feelin…
35 terms
Human Life Span Development: Workbook
In which age group does normal body te…
The toddler represents a child between…
The adolescent represents a child betw…
Blood pressure generally rises with age
school age
1-3 years
13-18 years
true
In which age group does normal body te…
school age
The toddler represents a child between…
1-3 years
Human Development Across the Life Span
Age of Variability
Animism
Attachment
Centration
the age at which a baby can survive in the event of a prematu…
the belief that all things are living
a close, emotional bond of affection between infants and thei…
the tendency to focus on just one feature of a problem, negle…
Age of Variability
the age at which a baby can survive in the event of a prematu…
Animism
the belief that all things are living
Human Development life-span View Chapter 13
Skeletal Matruity
Osteoporosis
Dual-energy X-ray Absorptiometry
Osteoporosis Prevention
When bone mass and skeletal development at thier peak.
A deiseas in which bones become porous and break easly.
Test of the bone mineral density (BMD) at the hip and spine.
Some evidence suggests benifits of ingesting vitamine k, magn…
Skeletal Matruity
When bone mass and skeletal development at thier peak.
Osteoporosis
A deiseas in which bones become porous and break easly.
16 terms
Life-Span Development: Understanding Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 1
Developmental Psychology
G. Stanley Hall
Baby Biographies
Charles Darwin
The things that are stable and the things that change. Studie…
Founder of developmental psychology, 1880's he started to not…
Scholars observed growth and development of children then pub…
Believed that understanding the embryo and child can offer in…
Developmental Psychology
The things that are stable and the things that change. Studie…
G. Stanley Hall
Founder of developmental psychology, 1880's he started to not…
12 terms
LifeSpan Development Final Exam: Chapter 18- Emotional and Social Development in Late Adulthood
Erikson's Theory: Ego Integrity verus…
Ego Integrity
Despair
Personality in Late Adulthood
-Final Erikson Stage (8th stage)... -Involves coming to terms (o…
Feel whole, complete & satisfied with achievements, self-accp…
Feel may decision were wrong (regretfulness) but now time is…
Secure, multifaceted self-concept:... -Due to a lifetime of de…
Erikson's Theory: Ego Integrity verus…
-Final Erikson Stage (8th stage)... -Involves coming to terms (o…
Ego Integrity
Feel whole, complete & satisfied with achievements, self-accp…
Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 7 Cognition
cognition
clinical method
scheme
organization
The activity of knowing and the processes through which knowl…
An unstandardized interviewing procedure used by Piaget in wh…
A cognitive structure or organized pattern of action or thoug…
In Piaget's cognitive developmental theory, a person's inborn…
cognition
The activity of knowing and the processes through which knowl…
clinical method
An unstandardized interviewing procedure used by Piaget in wh…
36 terms
Life-Span Human Development: Chapter 3
Species heredity
Darwin's theory make these arguments,…
Cultural evolution
Conception
The genetic endowment that members of a species have in commo…
1) Genetic variation in a species.... 2) Some genes aid adaptati…
Humans "inherit" from previous generations a characteristical…
The moment when an egg is fertilized by a sperm
Species heredity
The genetic endowment that members of a species have in commo…
Darwin's theory make these arguments,…
1) Genetic variation in a species.... 2) Some genes aid adaptati…
38 terms
Life-Span Development: Understanding Life-Span Human Development - Chapter 1
Developments
Developmental Psychology
G. Stanley Hall
Baby Biographies
systematic changes in behavior as an adult than as a child an…
The things that are stable and the things that change. Studie…
Founder of developmental psychology, 1880's he started to not…
Scholars observed growth and development of children then pub…
Developments
systematic changes in behavior as an adult than as a child an…
Developmental Psychology
The things that are stable and the things that change. Studie…
61 terms
Understanding Life SPan Human Development
Development
Growth
Biological Aging
Aging
systematic changes in the individual occurring between concep…
the physical changes that occur from conception to maturity.
the deterioration of organisms that leads inevitably to their…
to most developmentalists, positive, negative, and neutral ch…
Development
systematic changes in the individual occurring between concep…
Growth
the physical changes that occur from conception to maturity.
Social Development Throughout the Life Span
Social Cognition
Theory of Mind
Delay of Gratification
Gender Roles
reasoning about social situations and social relationships
the understanding that people have mental states and that the…
the ability to exert self-control and wait for an anticipated…
our set of expectations about appropriate activities for fema…
Social Cognition
reasoning about social situations and social relationships
Theory of Mind
the understanding that people have mental states and that the…
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