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Lifespan Development
What is lifespan development?
3 domains of lifespan development: phy…
3 domains of lifespan development: soc…
3 domains of lifespan development: cog…
Seeks to understand and explain changes in an individual. Fir…
Change in body size, proportions and appearance.... Function of…
Development of communication.... Know about other people.... Interp…
Attention.... Memory.... Imagination, creativity and representation…
What is lifespan development?
Seeks to understand and explain changes in an individual. Fir…
3 domains of lifespan development: phy…
Change in body size, proportions and appearance.... Function of…
15 terms
Lifespan Development
human developmemt
continuous development
discontinuous development
nature-nurture controversy
a field of study devoted to understanding constancy and chang…
a process of gradually augmenting the same types of skills th…
a process in which new and different ways of interpreting and…
inborn biological givens vs. complex forces of the physical a…
human developmemt
a field of study devoted to understanding constancy and chang…
continuous development
a process of gradually augmenting the same types of skills th…
Lifespan Development
Classic Stage Theories
Incremental Models
Freud's theory of Psychosexual Stages
Freud's aspects of personality
Emphasize discontinuity, with periods of stability and rapid…
emphasize continuity, development as continuous incremental c…
Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latency, Genital. ... Need for fulfillment…
Id, ego, superego.
Classic Stage Theories
Emphasize discontinuity, with periods of stability and rapid…
Incremental Models
emphasize continuity, development as continuous incremental c…
37 terms
Lifespan Development
Psychosexual development
Object Permanence
Aging and Intelligence
Maternal Employment
Freud's theory of personality development proposes five stage…
A capacity that develops in the sensorimotor stage and involv…
Fluid intelligence declines with increasing age, while crysta…
maternal employment has been linked to several benefits for c…
Psychosexual development
Freud's theory of personality development proposes five stage…
Object Permanence
A capacity that develops in the sensorimotor stage and involv…
16 terms
Lifespan Development
List the 3 characteristics of motor de…
Cognitive/Social Development
Motor Learning
Motor Control
(1) Continuous change in motor development... (2) Age-related (n…
A continuous change in social, physiological, and mental abil…
Relatively permanent gains in motor skill capability associat…
Neural, physical, and behavioral aspects of movement.
List the 3 characteristics of motor de…
(1) Continuous change in motor development... (2) Age-related (n…
Cognitive/Social Development
A continuous change in social, physiological, and mental abil…
Lifespan Development
dimensions of functioning and disability
Factors
activity limitation
disability
1) Body Structure and Function... 2) Activities and Participation
1) Personal ... 2) Environmental
a less value-laden term to describe impairments and participa…
something that hinders or incapacitates
dimensions of functioning and disability
1) Body Structure and Function... 2) Activities and Participation
Factors
1) Personal ... 2) Environmental
Lifespan Development
What is lifespan development?
3 domains of lifespan development: phy…
3 domains of lifespan development: soc…
3 domains of lifespan development: cog…
Seeks to understand and explain changes in an individual. Fir…
Change in body size, proportions and appearance.... Function of…
Development of communication.... Know about other people.... Interp…
Attention.... Memory.... Imagination, creativity and representation…
What is lifespan development?
Seeks to understand and explain changes in an individual. Fir…
3 domains of lifespan development: phy…
Change in body size, proportions and appearance.... Function of…
Lifespan development/ Stages of the lifespan:
Infancy
Childhood
adolescence
Early adulthood
the state or period of being an infant; very early childhood,…
The state or period of being a child;... the early stage in the…
a period or stage of development, as of a society, preceding…
Early adulthood is generally defined as the period from ages…
Infancy
the state or period of being an infant; very early childhood,…
Childhood
The state or period of being a child;... the early stage in the…
35 terms
Lifespan & Development
developmental psychology
assimilation
accomodation
sensorimotor stage
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
interpreting our new experiences in terms of our existing sch…
adapting our current understandings (schemas) to incorporate…
in Piaget's theory, the stage (from birth to about 2 years of…
developmental psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
assimilation
interpreting our new experiences in terms of our existing sch…
64 terms
Lifespan Development - Chapter 17
Definition: Functional Age
The Factors of: Life Expectancy
Definition: Average Life Expectancy
Factor: variation in life expectancy (…
actual competence and performance of an older adult, as disti…
- variations in life expectancy... - life expectancy in late ad…
The number of years an individual born in a particular year c…
Consistent group differences:... - varies by gender (women long…
Definition: Functional Age
actual competence and performance of an older adult, as disti…
The Factors of: Life Expectancy
- variations in life expectancy... - life expectancy in late ad…
50 terms
Lifespan Development - Chapter 18
Definition: Activity Theory
Definition: Affect of Optimization
Definition: Aging in Place
Definition: Congregate Housing
A social theory of aging that states that declining rates of…
The ability to maximize positive emotion and dampen negative…
In late adulthood, remaining in a familiar setting where one…
Housing for the elderly that provides a vierty of support ser…
Definition: Activity Theory
A social theory of aging that states that declining rates of…
Definition: Affect of Optimization
The ability to maximize positive emotion and dampen negative…
46 terms
Lifespan Development - Chapter 19
Definition: Advance Medical Directive
Definition: Agonal Phase
Definition: Anticipatory Grieving
Definition: Appropriate Death
A written statement of desired medical treatment should a per…
The phase of dying in which gasps and muscle spasms occur dur…
Before a prolonged, expected death, acknowledging and prepari…
A death that makes sense in terms of the individual's pattern…
Definition: Advance Medical Directive
A written statement of desired medical treatment should a per…
Definition: Agonal Phase
The phase of dying in which gasps and muscle spasms occur dur…
Lifespan and Development
Synapse
Axon
Dendrites
Neuron
connection between one neurons axon terminal and another neur…
sends signals away from cell body
pick up signals from other neurons
cell that carries info across the body and within the brain
Synapse
connection between one neurons axon terminal and another neur…
Axon
sends signals away from cell body
Lifespan and Development
Zygote
embryo
zygote, embryo, fetus
placenta
fertilized egg
developing human 2 weeks thru 8th week
progression of a human organizism
cushion of cells that also screens out some substances that c…
Zygote
fertilized egg
embryo
developing human 2 weeks thru 8th week
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Lifespan Development - Chapter 16
Definition: Generativity vs Stagnation
Factors: Generativity versus Stagnation
Aging, Generativity, and Self-Percept…
Levinson's Middle Adulthood Season
Erikson's psychological conflict of midlife. Generativity inv…
1. Generativity... reaching out to others in ways that give to a…
In a longitudinal study of over 300 college-educated women, s…
Midlife transition (40-45)... -sense of time running out in life…
Definition: Generativity vs Stagnation
Erikson's psychological conflict of midlife. Generativity inv…
Factors: Generativity versus Stagnation
1. Generativity... reaching out to others in ways that give to a…
18 terms
Lifespan Development Chapter 8
nutrient-dense
body composition
overweight
malnutrition
Refers to foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals and co…
The proportion of body fat to lean mass(muscle bone, and wate…
A high amount of body fat in relation to lean body mass.
A chronic problem caused by a significant lack of nutrients w…
nutrient-dense
Refers to foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals and co…
body composition
The proportion of body fat to lean mass(muscle bone, and wate…
46 terms
Lifespan Development - Chapter 15
Middle Adulthood
Definition: Presbyopia
Glaucoma
Vision Changes in Middle Adulthood
-Ages 40 to 65... -Contemporary view: midpoint, not end of life…
A condition in aging in which, around the age 60, the lens of…
a disease in which poor fluid drainage leads to a buildup of…
-Presbyopia... problems reading small print... bifocals if nearsigh…
Middle Adulthood
-Ages 40 to 65... -Contemporary view: midpoint, not end of life…
Definition: Presbyopia
A condition in aging in which, around the age 60, the lens of…
61 terms
Lifespan Development - Chapter 13
Biological Aging, or Senescence
Biological Aging Begins in Early Adul…
Theories of Biological Aging: DNA-Cell…
Theories of Biological Aging: Organ/Ti…
1. Influences... genetic... lifestyle... environment... historical period…
Whole organism ... System level ... Cell level ... DNA level
2 types of explanations, evidence for both:... - programmed eff…
cross-linkage theory... gradual failure of endocrine system... decl…
Biological Aging, or Senescence
1. Influences... genetic... lifestyle... environment... historical period…
Biological Aging Begins in Early Adul…
Whole organism ... System level ... Cell level ... DNA level
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Lifespan Development - Chapter 14
Definition: Emerging Adulthood
Factors: Emerging Adulthood
Dual-Cycle Model in Early College Years
Emerging Adulthood and Cultural Change…
A new transitional period of development, extending from the…
-Multidimensional, multidirectional... -Gradual transition from…
-Cycle between making and evaluating commitments... -In-depth ex…
-Rapid cultural change offers new challenges.... -Entry-level jo…
Definition: Emerging Adulthood
A new transitional period of development, extending from the…
Factors: Emerging Adulthood
-Multidimensional, multidirectional... -Gradual transition from…
48 terms
Lifespan Development - Chapter 12
Definition: Acculturative Stress
Definition: Autonomy
Definition: Bicultural Identity
Definition: Clique
Psychological distress resulting from conflict between an ind…
At adolescence, a sense of oneself as a separate, self govern…
The identity constructed by individuals who explore and adopt…
A group of about five to seven members who are good friends a…
Definition: Acculturative Stress
Psychological distress resulting from conflict between an ind…
Definition: Autonomy
At adolescence, a sense of oneself as a separate, self govern…
17 terms
Lifespan Development
Developmental Cognitve Neuroscience
Ethology
Sensitive period
Critical period
Psychology, biology,medicine & Neuro study relationship betwe…
Adaptation/survival of value of behavior & its evolutionary h…
Optimal time for certain capacities to emerge & especially re…
Limited time span where individual is prepared to acquire beh…
Developmental Cognitve Neuroscience
Psychology, biology,medicine & Neuro study relationship betwe…
Ethology
Adaptation/survival of value of behavior & its evolutionary h…
160 terms
lifespan development
Genotype
Phenotype - define give an example wit…
chromosome definition
how many pairs of chromosomes does a p…
unobservable genetic inheritance, the actual gene - the allel…
the observable characteristic - ie eye colour, height, - in i…
contains the genetic information-structure in the nucleus (DNA)
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Genotype
unobservable genetic inheritance, the actual gene - the allel…
Phenotype - define give an example wit…
the observable characteristic - ie eye colour, height, - in i…
23 terms
Lifespan development
Typical behavior
Caregiver
Stimulation
Heredity
A way of acting or respoding that is common at each stage of…
A person who takes care of a child
Any activity that arouses a baby's sense of sight, sound, tou…
The biological transfer of certain characteristics from earli…
Typical behavior
A way of acting or respoding that is common at each stage of…
Caregiver
A person who takes care of a child
Lifespan Development
Physical development
Cognitive development
Psychosocial development
Normative age-graded influence
Growth of body and brain, including patterns of change in sen…
Pattern of change in mental abilities, such as learning, atte…
Pattern of change in emotions, personality, and social relati…
Timing of events is fairly predictable within a normal range.…
Physical development
Growth of body and brain, including patterns of change in sen…
Cognitive development
Pattern of change in mental abilities, such as learning, atte…
76 terms
Lifespan development
Who suggested that children were innat…
What do John Watson's behaviorism and…
Tubula Rosa
What is psychoanalytic theory and who…
Jean Jacques Rousseau
Behaviorism-view that science must study observable behavior…
Children come into the world with what is called a blank tabl…
Children and adults are caught in conflict: Sigmund Freud
Who suggested that children were innat…
Jean Jacques Rousseau
What do John Watson's behaviorism and…
Behaviorism-view that science must study observable behavior…
348 terms
Lifespan development
typical behavior
caregiver
stimulation
heredity
a way of acting or responding that is common at each stage of…
a person who takes care of a child
any activity hay arouses a baby's sense of sight, sound, touc…
the biological transfer of certain characteristics from earli…
typical behavior
a way of acting or responding that is common at each stage of…
caregiver
a person who takes care of a child
Lifespan Development
experiment
correlational research
longitudinal research
cross-sectional
a process in which an investigator devises two different expe…
research that seeks to identify whether an association or rel…
research in which the behavior of one or more participants in…
research in which people of different ages are compared at th…
experiment
a process in which an investigator devises two different expe…
correlational research
research that seeks to identify whether an association or rel…
20 terms
Lifespan Development-Lifespan Perspective
Development
Development is multidirectional
Development is plastic
Development is multidisciplinary
The pattern of change that begins at conception and continues…
Some dimensions expand while others shrink
This refers to the capacity to change
This includes research that cuts across disciplines
Development
The pattern of change that begins at conception and continues…
Development is multidirectional
Some dimensions expand while others shrink
10 terms
Lifespan Development
Psychodynamic Theory- Freud.
Psychosocial Theory- Erikson.
Behavioral Approaches- Watson and Skin…
operant conditioning
Theory stating that behavior throughout life is motivated by…
Theory that encompasses changes in our interactions with and…
Perspective stating that development can be understood throug…
A form of learning in which voluntary response is strengthene…
Psychodynamic Theory- Freud.
Theory stating that behavior throughout life is motivated by…
Psychosocial Theory- Erikson.
Theory that encompasses changes in our interactions with and…
20 terms
Lifespan and Development
Nature
Nurture
Developmental Psychology
Critical Period
Refers to all of the genes and hereditary factors that influe…
refers to all the environmental variables that impact who we…
psychologists study how people grow and change throughout the…
A stage or point in development during which a person is best…
Nature
Refers to all of the genes and hereditary factors that influe…
Nurture
refers to all the environmental variables that impact who we…
27 terms
Lifespan Development
IMMUNIZATIONS... Any immunization can cau…
DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERN... 1. Head: rises b…
GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT: INFANCY... Birth -…
GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT: INFANCY... At 4 mon…
1. dyspnea, hypotension, swelling (eyes, lips), impaired spee…
1. sitting... 2. standing... 3. walking... 4. Vastus Lateralis... 5. arms…
-weight gain of 1.5 lbs per month... -babinski reflex present... f…
- hold own bottle ... - sucking soothies anxiety... - steady head... -…
IMMUNIZATIONS... Any immunization can cau…
1. dyspnea, hypotension, swelling (eyes, lips), impaired spee…
DEVELOPMENTAL PATTERN... 1. Head: rises b…
1. sitting... 2. standing... 3. walking... 4. Vastus Lateralis... 5. arms…
Lifespan & Development
developmental psychology
assimilation
accomodation
sensorimotor stage
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
interpreting our new experiences in terms of our existing sch…
adapting our current understandings (schemas) to incorporate…
in Piaget's theory, the stage (from birth to about 2 years of…
developmental psychology
a branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
assimilation
interpreting our new experiences in terms of our existing sch…
5 terms
Lifespan Development
Continuity in development
Stages in development
Longitudinal studies
Cross-sectional studies
The idea that development is a continual process.
The idea that the development process happens through stages,…
A type of research in which the same people are studied over…
A method of research that looks at different age groups at th…
Continuity in development
The idea that development is a continual process.
Stages in development
The idea that the development process happens through stages,…
14 terms
An Introduction to Lifespan Development
human development
physical development
gross-motor development
fine-motor development
A gradual process through which humans change from birth to a…
The changes in size, body composition, chemical make-up, and…
Physical tasks involving large muscle movements such as crawl…
Physical tasks involving small muscle movements such as cutti…
human development
A gradual process through which humans change from birth to a…
physical development
The changes in size, body composition, chemical make-up, and…
Lifespan and Development
Developmental psychology
3 domains of psychology?
Biological domain of psychology
Cognitive domain of psychology
the study of how and why people change or stay the same
Biological, cognitive, psychosocial
the physical growth and change one undergoes throughout their…
Mental development, memory, learning, morals and the outside…
Developmental psychology
the study of how and why people change or stay the same
3 domains of psychology?
Biological, cognitive, psychosocial
27 terms
Lifespan Development
Four Goals of Developmental Psych
Developmental Psych
Lifespan Development
Periods of Lifespan
Describe, Predict, Explain, Modify
focus on infancy and childhood
branch that studies physical, cognitive, social change throug…
prenatal, infancy, early childhood, middle, adolescence, youn…
Four Goals of Developmental Psych
Describe, Predict, Explain, Modify
Developmental Psych
focus on infancy and childhood
21 terms
Lifespan development
Infancy Erikson
Preschool 3 years
Preschool Erikson 3-6
Trust vs mistrust
Piaget preoperational stage
Initiative versus guilt stage
Infancy Erikson
Trust vs mistrust
Preschool 3 years
Piaget preoperational stage
20 terms
Lifespan development
developmental psychology
heredity
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
the transmission of physical and psychological characteristic…
159 terms
Exam 1- Lifespan Development
development
physical development
cognitive development
psychosocial development
systematic changes and continuities in the individual that oc…
growth of body and organs, physical aging
changes and continuity in perception, language, learning memo…
changes and carryover in personal & interpersonal aspects of…
development
systematic changes and continuities in the individual that oc…
physical development
growth of body and organs, physical aging
lifespan development chapter 11
moral development
prosocial behavior
abstract modeling
empathy
the changes in people's sense of justice and of what is right…
helping behavior that benefits others
the process in which modeling paves the way for the developme…
the understanding of what another individual feels
moral development
the changes in people's sense of justice and of what is right…
prosocial behavior
helping behavior that benefits others
Lifespan Development
How do we really learn/remember?
What is Rote Memorization?
What is lifespan development?
What are the six themes in lifespan de…
Space it out ... Mix it up with different classes and mixing the…
Rote Memorization is remembering the exact words instead of t…
the many ways in which we change or stay the same throughout…
Nature/Nurture... Continuity/discontinuity ... Individuals as act…
How do we really learn/remember?
Space it out ... Mix it up with different classes and mixing the…
What is Rote Memorization?
Rote Memorization is remembering the exact words instead of t…
24 terms
Lifespan Development
What is Development
From a clinical perspective, the most…
What are the similarities and differen…
Give an example of how temperament rel…
multidimensional, multidisciplinary, plastic, change
Emphasis on Social. Vs Sexual development
Stages/ Discontinuity: everyone has stages, distinct stages…
Goodness of fit: match between child's temperament and enviro…
What is Development
multidimensional, multidisciplinary, plastic, change
From a clinical perspective, the most…
Emphasis on Social. Vs Sexual development
81 terms
Lifespan Development Psychology Final
Critiques in Erikson's Theory
Ginzberg's Theory
Ginzberg's Optimization
Holland's Career Thoery
- very American/ Western focused... - Centered around the norm o…
Career Development... -Fantasy (childhood; playful acts mimickin…
Career consideration limited to adolescent and early adulthoo…
1. 6 personality types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, S…
Critiques in Erikson's Theory
- very American/ Western focused... - Centered around the norm o…
Ginzberg's Theory
Career Development... -Fantasy (childhood; playful acts mimickin…
lifespan development chapter 10
self concept
collectivistic orientation
individualistic orientation
race dissonance
persons identity, set of beliefs about what one is like as an…
a philosophy that promotes the notion of interdependence
emphasizes personal identity and uniqueness of the individual
phenomenon in which minority children indicate preferences fo…
self concept
persons identity, set of beliefs about what one is like as an…
collectivistic orientation
a philosophy that promotes the notion of interdependence
Lifespan Development
Developmet
Nature vs nurture
The maximum lifespan of humans
Dr. Tepper Harmon believes that lifesp…
The pattern of change that begins at conception and continues…
Debate about whether development is primarily influenced by n…
Has not changed since the beginning of recorded history
Multidimensional
Developmet
The pattern of change that begins at conception and continues…
Nature vs nurture
Debate about whether development is primarily influenced by n…
24 terms
Chapter 4 Lifespan Development
lifespan development
infancy
childhood
adolescence
age related changes from birth to death
birth to 2 years
2 - 10 years
10/12 to 20/24 years old
lifespan development
age related changes from birth to death
infancy
birth to 2 years
37 terms
Lifespan Development Exam 3
biological perspective
social perspective
balanced point of view
psychological impact of puberty
G. Stanley Hall (adolescence is a period of storm and stress)…
storm and stress view is dramatized, Margaret Mead (study in…
biological, psychological, and social forces combine to influ…
surprise, negative moods, increased parent-child conflict (ps…
biological perspective
G. Stanley Hall (adolescence is a period of storm and stress)…
social perspective
storm and stress view is dramatized, Margaret Mead (study in…
Lifespan Development
An example of how development must be…
An example of how development is MULTI…
What is the developmental concept of b…
Biological level of analysis. Example.
Independence vs. Interdependence
Experiential; cognitive speed
Brain's capacity for change. Example: if 7-year-old and 45-ye…
An individual's physical nature. Example: height and weight.
An example of how development must be…
Independence vs. Interdependence
An example of how development is MULTI…
Experiential; cognitive speed
20 terms
Lifespan Development Ch 9
pre-operational intelligence
centration
egocentrism
focus on appearance
Piaget's term for cognitive development between the ages of a…
a characteristic of pre-operational thought in which a young…
Piaget's term for children's tendency to think about the worl…
a characteristic of pre-operational thought in which a young…
pre-operational intelligence
Piaget's term for cognitive development between the ages of a…
centration
a characteristic of pre-operational thought in which a young…
89 terms
Lifespan Development
What is Lifespan Development?
Why do we study Lifespan Development?
Name the periods of a lifespan
What are the 3 Domains of Development
Field of study that explores the patterns of stability, conti…
1.It gives us realistic expectations about infants, children,…
1.Prenatal- conception to birth... 2. Infancy - birth to 2 years…
physical - catching a ball... cognitive - ... psychosocial
What is Lifespan Development?
Field of study that explores the patterns of stability, conti…
Why do we study Lifespan Development?
1.It gives us realistic expectations about infants, children,…
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