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Psychology Life Span Development
Developmental psychology
Heredity ("nature")
DNA
Chromosomes
The study of progressive changes in behavior and abilities fr…
The transmission of physical and psychological characteristic…
A molecular structure that contains coded genetic information.
Thread-like "colored bodies" in the nucleus of each cell that…
Developmental psychology
The study of progressive changes in behavior and abilities fr…
Heredity ("nature")
The transmission of physical and psychological characteristic…
62 terms
Psychology Life Span Development
What are the concentrations of Life sp…
Genetics: Chromosomes
Genetics: Genes
Genome
How we differ psychologically at every age and stage... How we…
twisted threads of DNA containing genetic code directing grow…
each is a unit of instruction pertaining to some specific cha…
the entire collection of human genes, about 100,000 pairs.
What are the concentrations of Life sp…
How we differ psychologically at every age and stage... How we…
Genetics: Chromosomes
twisted threads of DNA containing genetic code directing grow…
39 terms
Psychology - The Life Span
Developmental Psychology
maturation
telegraphic speech
schema
the study of changes that occur as an individual matures
the internally programmed growth of a child
the kind of verbal utterances in which words are left out, bu…
a conceptual frame-work a person uses to make sense of the wo…
Developmental Psychology
the study of changes that occur as an individual matures
maturation
the internally programmed growth of a child
80 terms
Psychology Life Span
In early childhood, autistic children…
When 4-year-old Karen is angry, she la…
The process by which thoughts and acti…
The biological events that begin puber…
with communication
an externalizing problem
automatization
hypothalamus
In early childhood, autistic children…
with communication
When 4-year-old Karen is angry, she la…
an externalizing problem
45 terms
Psychology LifeSpan
Germinal Stage
Embryonic Stage
Fetal Stage
4th week
First 2weeks after conception (zygote)
2-8weeks (embryo)
9weeks to birth (40weeks) (fetus)
Heart
Germinal Stage
First 2weeks after conception (zygote)
Embryonic Stage
2-8weeks (embryo)
39 terms
Life Span Developmental Psychology
case study
classical conditioning
code of ethics
cognitive theory
An in-depth analysis of one individual.
A type of learning in which an organism responds in a particu…
A set of moral principles formed by a group or organization a…
Focuses on the processes that allow people to think, know, an…
case study
An in-depth analysis of one individual.
classical conditioning
A type of learning in which an organism responds in a particu…
56 terms
PSYCHOLOGY LIFE SPAN FINAL
Biological Process (biosocial)
Cognitive Process
Socioemotional Process (psychosocial)
Know the relationship between the 3 pr…
Changes in an individuals physical nature
Changes in an individuals thought, intelligence, and language
Changes in an individuals relationship with other people, emo…
They interact as individuals develop; They influence each other
Biological Process (biosocial)
Changes in an individuals physical nature
Cognitive Process
Changes in an individuals thought, intelligence, and language
180 terms
Life Span Developmental Psychology
Science of human development
Empirical
The Scientific Method
The five basic steps of Scientific Met…
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
A way to answer questions that requires empirical research an…
1. Pose a research question.... 2. Develop a hypothesis.... 3. Test…
Science of human development
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
Empirical
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
180 terms
Life Span Developmental Psychology - Terms
Science of human development
Empirical
The Scientific Method
The five basic steps of Scientific Met…
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
A way to answer questions that requires empirical research an…
1. Pose a research question.... 2. Develop a hypothesis.... 3. Test…
Science of human development
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
Empirical
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
94 terms
Unit 5 - Life Span Developmental Psychology
altruism
antisocial personality disorder
basic skills (phonetics) approach
bilingual education
A unselfish interest in helping others.
A serious psychological disorder associated with criminal beh…
Proposed teaching children to read by learning how to sound o…
Programs designed to teach children at least partially in the…
altruism
A unselfish interest in helping others.
antisocial personality disorder
A serious psychological disorder associated with criminal beh…
109 terms
Developmental Psychology/ Life Span
changes in the individual occurring be…
physical, cognitive, and social
Nature vs. Nurture, Continuity vs. Sta…
Nature vs. Nurture
Focus of Life Span/Developmental Psychology
Basic Areas of Development
Key Issues in Developmental Psychology (most debated topics)
what we attribute to one's development: is it due to their ge…
changes in the individual occurring be…
Focus of Life Span/Developmental Psychology
physical, cognitive, and social
Basic Areas of Development
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Life Span Psychology Ch. 8
Psychosocial Development
Racial dissonance
Biological perspective
Psychoanalytic perspective (Freud)
Erik Erikson. Initiative vs. guilt (independence vs. guilt of…
The phenomenon in which minority youngsters indicate preferen…
Brain differences may lead to gender differences; ancestors t…
Result of identification with same sex parent; achieved by mo…
Psychosocial Development
Erik Erikson. Initiative vs. guilt (independence vs. guilt of…
Racial dissonance
The phenomenon in which minority youngsters indicate preferen…
35 terms
Life Span Psychology Ch. 6
Differential emotional theory
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
Smile with meaning
Carroll Izard. Suggests emotional expressions no only reflect…
Towards end of first year. 1st of two anxieties. More strange…
7-8 mths. distress. Peaks at 14 mths. Then disappears. Univer…
6-9 wks
Differential emotional theory
Carroll Izard. Suggests emotional expressions no only reflect…
Stranger anxiety
Towards end of first year. 1st of two anxieties. More strange…
123 terms
Psychology Life Span Development
Developmental psychology
Heredity ("nature")
DNA
Chromosomes
The study of progressive changes in behavior and abilities fr…
The transmission of physical and psychological characteristic…
A molecular structure that contains coded genetic information.
Thread-like "colored bodies" in the nucleus of each cell that…
Developmental psychology
The study of progressive changes in behavior and abilities fr…
Heredity ("nature")
The transmission of physical and psychological characteristic…
55 terms
Life Span Psychology Ch. 7
Lead poisoning
Brain
Lateralization
Left Hemisphere
Most hazardous health threat to children under six. Hyperacti…
Fastest growing body part. 90% of average adult brain at 5 yr…
Develops during preschool years. Tendency for 2 sides of brai…
Verbal (speaking, thinking) functions. Considers information…
Lead poisoning
Most hazardous health threat to children under six. Hyperacti…
Brain
Fastest growing body part. 90% of average adult brain at 5 yr…
Life Span - Psychology
Human Development
Longitudinal design
Cross-Sectional design
Cross-Sequential design
the scientific study of the changes that occur in people as t…
research design that examines development in the same group o…
research design that examines people of different ages at a s…
different participants of various ages are compared at severa…
Human Development
the scientific study of the changes that occur in people as t…
Longitudinal design
research design that examines development in the same group o…
64 terms
Life Span Psychology Ch. 9
Middle school
Protropin
Asthma triggers/factors
ADHD
Girls taller. Gain around 5-7 lbs. & 2-3 inches per year. Sho…
Hormone that makes short children taller. Premature puberty a…
respiratory infections, allergic reactions, stress, and exerc…
Treated with Ritalin or Dexadrine
Middle school
Girls taller. Gain around 5-7 lbs. & 2-3 inches per year. Sho…
Protropin
Hormone that makes short children taller. Premature puberty a…
Psychology - Life Span
Developmental Psychology
Maturation
Telegraphic Speech
Schema
The study of the lifelong, often age-related, processes of ch…
biological growth processes that enable orderly changes in be…
early speech stage in which a child speaks like a telegram -…
a concept or framework that organizes and interprets informat…
Developmental Psychology
The study of the lifelong, often age-related, processes of ch…
Maturation
biological growth processes that enable orderly changes in be…
Psychology: Life Span
Zygote
Fetal Stage
Motor Reflex in Newborns
Erik Erikson's theory of stages
single celled egg formed when the sperm unites with the femal…
development from embryo to recognizable human being and devel…
born with automatic behaviors that are necessary for survival…
eight stages; each stage is characterized by a "crisis" or ch…
Zygote
single celled egg formed when the sperm unites with the femal…
Fetal Stage
development from embryo to recognizable human being and devel…
52 terms
Psychology over life span
Longitudinal Design
Cross-Sectional Design
cohort effect
Maturation
same people, different age/ subjects attrition流失
different people
同輩效應,某年代特別經驗
genetically programed changes
Longitudinal Design
same people, different age/ subjects attrition流失
Cross-Sectional Design
different people
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Psychology Life Span
Hospice
rooting
puberty
Mrs. Ross
A facility designed to care for the special needs of the dying
An infant's response in turning toward the source of touching…
sexual maturation; the end of childhood and the point when re…
She studied the 5 stages of death
Hospice
A facility designed to care for the special needs of the dying
rooting
An infant's response in turning toward the source of touching…
Psychology: Life Span Development
Cross sectional study
Longitudinal Study
Biographical or retrospective study
Prenatal development
study people of different ages at different points in time
Developmental info studies in detail, eliminates cohort diffe…
Past is reconstructed through interviews and research
conception to birth
Cross sectional study
study people of different ages at different points in time
Longitudinal Study
Developmental info studies in detail, eliminates cohort diffe…
20 terms
Life Span and Development Psychology
Science of human development
Empirical
Scientific method
Replication
The science that seeks to understand how and why people of al…
Based on observations, repeated experiences, verifiable exper…
A way to answer questions using empirical research and data-b…
The repetition of a study, using different participants.
Science of human development
The science that seeks to understand how and why people of al…
Empirical
Based on observations, repeated experiences, verifiable exper…
28 terms
Psychology Life Span Terms
accomodation
attachment
basic trust
concrete operational stage
a person changes his old methods to adjust to new situations
an emotional tie with another person
a sense that the world is predictable and trustworthy
conservation and math transformations
accomodation
a person changes his old methods to adjust to new situations
attachment
an emotional tie with another person
24 terms
Psychology Life Span Development
Sensorimotor Period (Piaget)
Preoperational Period (Piaget)
Concrete Operational Period (Piaget)
Formal Operational Period (Piaget)
Develop Object permeance and symbolic thought develops
Can't do conservation. Egocentric
Can do conservation but needs concrete examples
Abstract thought develops. Not everyone reaches here.
Sensorimotor Period (Piaget)
Develop Object permeance and symbolic thought develops
Preoperational Period (Piaget)
Can't do conservation. Egocentric
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Life Span Psychology 141
developmental science
theory
scientific verification
continuous
field of study devoted to understanding constancy and change…
describes, explains, and predicts behavior
a theory's existence depends of ____ ______
a process of gradually augmenting the same types of skills th…
developmental science
field of study devoted to understanding constancy and change…
theory
describes, explains, and predicts behavior
Life Span Psychology
Developmental Psychology
DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)
Genes
Heredity
Branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and so…
A molecule containing the genetic information that makes up t…
The biochemical units of heredity that make up the chromosome…
The genetic transfer of characteristics from parents to offsp…
Developmental Psychology
Branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and so…
DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)
A molecule containing the genetic information that makes up t…
31 terms
Psychology: Life Span Development
Zygote
Genes
Embryo
Fetus
after conception, the fertilized eggs enters a 2-week period…
combining for predispositions, what makes the baby who it is
zygote attaches to uterine wall and is now an embryo; forms o…
when all organs are formed, the embryo is now a fetus(9 weeks…
Zygote
after conception, the fertilized eggs enters a 2-week period…
Genes
combining for predispositions, what makes the baby who it is
Psychology: Life-Span Development
Clinical death phase
Alzheimer's disease
According to Robert Peck, ego differen…
functional age
heartbeat, circulation, breathing, and brain functioning stop
abundance of neurofibrillary tangles and amyloid plaques
finding non-work-related ways to affirm self-worth
age based on competence and performance
Clinical death phase
heartbeat, circulation, breathing, and brain functioning stop
Alzheimer's disease
abundance of neurofibrillary tangles and amyloid plaques
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Life Span- Psychology
Primitive Reflexes
Examples of Primitive Reflexes
Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development
Sensorimotor Stage
basic survival skills babies are born with that usually gone…
Fencing, Rooting, Grasping, Moro, Trunk
Sensorimotor, Pre-operational, Concrete operational, Formal,…
During this stage, infants and toddlers (0-2) acquire knowled…
Primitive Reflexes
basic survival skills babies are born with that usually gone…
Examples of Primitive Reflexes
Fencing, Rooting, Grasping, Moro, Trunk
Life span- psychology
Devolmental psy
Nature
Nuture
Critical period
Study of emtional changes as a individual matures
Heredity
Environment
Specific time of development when certain skill are most easi…
Devolmental psy
Study of emtional changes as a individual matures
Nature
Heredity
22 terms
Life Span Psychology Ch.11
personality
personality traits
self concept
self esteem
an organized combination of attributes, motives, values, & be…
dispositions assumed to be relatively consistent across situa…
your perceptions, positive or negative, of your unique attrib…
one aspect of self-concept; your overall evaluation of your w…
personality
an organized combination of attributes, motives, values, & be…
personality traits
dispositions assumed to be relatively consistent across situa…
Psychology Over the Life Span
Developmental Psychology
Biological Changes
Maturation
Cognitive Changes
branch of psychology that looks at all the physical and psych…
physical changes
naturally unfolding changes, biological in nature; relatively…
changes in thoughts, intelligence, and language
Developmental Psychology
branch of psychology that looks at all the physical and psych…
Biological Changes
physical changes
12 terms
psychology over the life span
maturation
embryo
fetus
teratogen
the developmental process that produces genetically programme…
a developing baby from the point where the makor axis of the…
a developing baby durin the final days in the womb, from abou…
any exteranl agent, such as a chemical virus o type of radiat…
maturation
the developmental process that produces genetically programme…
embryo
a developing baby from the point where the makor axis of the…
18 terms
Psychology (Life Span)
Human Development
Longitudinal Design
Cross-sectional design
Cross-Sequential design
the scientific study of changes that occur in people as they…
research design in which one participant or group of particip…
research design in which several different age-groups of part…
research design in which participants are first studied by me…
Human Development
the scientific study of changes that occur in people as they…
Longitudinal Design
research design in which one participant or group of particip…
180 terms
Life Span Developmental Psychology
Science of human development
Empirical
The Scientific Method
The five basic steps of Scientific Met…
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
A way to answer questions that requires empirical research an…
1. Pose a research question.... 2. Develop a hypothesis.... 3. Test…
Science of human development
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
Empirical
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
6 terms
Psychology - life span development
Lifespan development
Cognitive development
Emotional development
Social development
Age relegated changes that occur from birth, through out a pe…
Involves changes in a persons mental abilities
Involves changes in how an individual processes, experiences,…
Involves changes in an individual's relationships with other…
Lifespan development
Age relegated changes that occur from birth, through out a pe…
Cognitive development
Involves changes in a persons mental abilities
25 terms
Psychology Life Span 3
Wear and Tear: Aging occurs due to a c…
Physical Peak (18-30)
Middle Age: Appearance Changes
Natural Process + Lifestyle Choices (s…
Why do our bodies age?
Strongest, healthiest and quickest reflexes (give age)
Hair and senses change, wrinkles; Females: Menopause
Health Problems
Wear and Tear: Aging occurs due to a c…
Why do our bodies age?
Physical Peak (18-30)
Strongest, healthiest and quickest reflexes (give age)
Psychology Life Span Development
Chromosome
DNA
Gene
Genotype
Long thread-like structure, composed of twisted parallel stra…
the chemical basis of heredity; carries genetic instructions…
The basic unit of heredity that directs the development of a…
Underlying genetic makeup of a particular organism, including…
Chromosome
Long thread-like structure, composed of twisted parallel stra…
DNA
the chemical basis of heredity; carries genetic instructions…
18 terms
Psychology Life Span 10
Perspective taking
Self esteem
self concept
Self Efficacy
Ability to assume other peoples perspectives and understand t…
Global evaluations of the self
domain specific evaluations of the self
Belief that one can master a situation and produce favorable…
Perspective taking
Ability to assume other peoples perspectives and understand t…
Self esteem
Global evaluations of the self
Life Span Psychology
Concrete Operational Period
Conservationism
Formal Operational Period
Sternberg's Triarchic Theory of Intell…
The child can perform mental functions.
When a quantity of a substance remains the same even when the…
Hypothetical and abstract reasoning.... Ego-centrism appears.
Analytical-- Internal aspects of intelligence... Practical-- Ada…
Concrete Operational Period
The child can perform mental functions.
Conservationism
When a quantity of a substance remains the same even when the…
180 terms
Life Span Developmental Psychology
Science of human development
Empirical
The Scientific Method
The five basic steps of Scientific Met…
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
A way to answer questions that requires empirical research an…
1. Pose a research question.... 2. Develop a hypothesis.... 3. Test…
Science of human development
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
Empirical
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
12 terms
Life Span Psychology Theories
Trust vs Mistrust
Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt
Initiative vs Guilt
Industry vs Inferiority
-age 0-1 ... -infants learn to trust based on how consistently a…
-age 2-3... -toddlers develop self-control, become independent,…
-age 4-5... -preschoolers are successful at taking on new challe…
-age 6-12... -children develop a sense of ability and mastery in…
Trust vs Mistrust
-age 0-1 ... -infants learn to trust based on how consistently a…
Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt
-age 2-3... -toddlers develop self-control, become independent,…
180 terms
Life Span Developmental Psychology
Science of human development
Empirical
The Scientific Method
The five basic steps of Scientific Met…
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
A way to answer questions that requires empirical research an…
1. Pose a research question.... 2. Develop a hypothesis.... 3. Test…
Science of human development
Seeks to understand how and why all people, everywhere, of ev…
Empirical
The science is based on observation and experimentation, rath…
94 terms
Life Span Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Cross Sectional Study
Cohort
Longitudinal Study
the study of the changes that occur in people from birth to o…
study of developmental changes by comparing people of differe…
group of people born during the same period in historical time
study of developmental changes by evaluating the same people…
Developmental Psychology
the study of the changes that occur in people from birth to o…
Cross Sectional Study
study of developmental changes by comparing people of differe…
Psychology Life Span
Power Assertion
Induction
Love Withdrawal
Working Memory
Parent relies on greater power (punishment, withholding respo…
Parent uses explanation of why actions are wrong and their ef…
Parent withholds affection or approval, contingent on child's…
Containing all the material that we can keep in awareness at…
Power Assertion
Parent relies on greater power (punishment, withholding respo…
Induction
Parent uses explanation of why actions are wrong and their ef…
73 terms
Life Span Psychology
four principles of growth
cephalocaudal
prioximodistal
hierarchical intergration
cephalocaudal, prioximodistal, hierarchical integration, inde…
growth follows a pattern that begins with the head and upper…
development proceeds from the center of the body outward. "ne…
simple skills typically develop separately and independently.…
four principles of growth
cephalocaudal, prioximodistal, hierarchical integration, inde…
cephalocaudal
growth follows a pattern that begins with the head and upper…
56 terms
psychology life span
germinal stage
embryonic stage
fetal stage
authoritive
first prenatal stage: first 2 weeks: zygote
second prenatal stage: 2-8 weeks: embryo
third prenatal stage: 9 weeks-birth: fetus
parenting style: strict and demand mature behavior, high expe…
germinal stage
first prenatal stage: first 2 weeks: zygote
embryonic stage
second prenatal stage: 2-8 weeks: embryo
23 terms
Psychology - Life Span Development
developmental psychology
heredity
enviroment
(enviromental influences) prenatal inf…
the study of progressive changes in behavior and abilities fr…
the transmission of physical and psychological... characteristic…
the sum of all external conditions affecting... development - in…
things affecting the physical and chemical womb... environment,…
developmental psychology
the study of progressive changes in behavior and abilities fr…
heredity
the transmission of physical and psychological... characteristic…
Psychology: Life Span Adolescence
Initiation Rites
Stanley Hall
Margaret Mead
Puberty
rites of passage that mark admission into adulthood
freedom is visible, cant tell when it will come or how they w…
adolescence is a continuous part of development
biological event that marks the end of childhood, reproductio…
Initiation Rites
rites of passage that mark admission into adulthood
Stanley Hall
freedom is visible, cant tell when it will come or how they w…
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