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42 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Cognitive development
Maturation
Developmental norms
Imprinting
The development of the processes of thinking, knowing or ment…
The physical growth and development of the body, brain and ne…
The ages at which an average individual is expected to reach…
A rapid and relatively permanent type of learning that... occurs…
Cognitive development
The development of the processes of thinking, knowing or ment…
Maturation
The physical growth and development of the body, brain and ne…
35 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Cognitive development
Maturation
Developmental norms
Imprinting
The development of the processes of thinking, knowing or ment…
The physical growth and development of the body, brain and ne…
The ages at which an average individual is expected to reach…
A rapid and relatively permanent type of learning that occurs…
Cognitive development
The development of the processes of thinking, knowing or ment…
Maturation
The physical growth and development of the body, brain and ne…
49 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Development
Physical Development
Social Development
Cognitive Development
Developmental psychology is the scientific study of changes t…
involves changes in the body and its various systems, such as…
involves changes in an individual's relationships with other…
involves changes in an individual's mental abilities, such as…
Development
Developmental psychology is the scientific study of changes t…
Physical Development
involves changes in the body and its various systems, such as…
77 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Piaget Stages: Sensorimotor
Piaget Stages: Pre-operational
Adaptation
Assimilation
0-2 years; infant explores the world through direct motor and…
2-6 years; Child uses symbols to represent objects but cannot…
Building schemes through direct interaction with the environm…
Use of our current schemes to interpret the world
Piaget Stages: Sensorimotor
0-2 years; infant explores the world through direct motor and…
Piaget Stages: Pre-operational
2-6 years; Child uses symbols to represent objects but cannot…
20 terms
Lifespan Psychology exam 2
Teratogens
The Newborn Assessment: Apgar Scores
The Newborn Assessment: ... Neonatal Beha…
3 Types of crying
Things in the internal or external environment that can be ha…
0-10 Scale: Activity, Pulse, Grimace, Appearance, Respiration…
Provides a comprehensive evaluation of a baby's behavioral or…
Basic... Mad... Pain
Teratogens
Things in the internal or external environment that can be ha…
The Newborn Assessment: Apgar Scores
0-10 Scale: Activity, Pulse, Grimace, Appearance, Respiration…
15 terms
lifespan psychology
development
Life-span perspective
culture
ethnicity
the pattern of change that begins in conception and continues…
the perspective that development is lifelong, multidimensiona…
the behavior patterns, beliefs and all other products of a gr…
A characteristic based on culture heritage, nationality chara…
development
the pattern of change that begins in conception and continues…
Life-span perspective
the perspective that development is lifelong, multidimensiona…
93 terms
Psychology of the Lifespan
This refers to the capacity for change.
This is a way of conceptualizing age w…
The developmental issue or debate conc…
Theories that describe development as…
Plasticity
Biological age
Nature-nurture issue
Psychoanalytic theories
This refers to the capacity for change.
Plasticity
This is a way of conceptualizing age w…
Biological age
445 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Behaviorism
Classical conditioning
Cognitive theory
Cohort
A theory of human development that studies observable behavio…
A learning process in which a meaningful stimulus (such as th…
A theory of human development that focuses on changes in how…
A group defined by the shared age of its members, who, becaus…
Behaviorism
A theory of human development that studies observable behavio…
Classical conditioning
A learning process in which a meaningful stimulus (such as th…
103 terms
Lifespan psychology
Fertilization
Trimesters
1st trimester
2nd trimester
The union of the sperm and egg
One of the three month long segments into which pregnancy is…
May feel tired, morning sickness, headaches, triggered by hor…
Body copes better, uterus dramatically grows, week 18 baby ki…
Fertilization
The union of the sperm and egg
Trimesters
One of the three month long segments into which pregnancy is…
152 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Prenatal Period
Infancy
Early Childhood
Middle Childhood
Conception to Birth
Birth to two years
Two to six years
Six to twelve years
Prenatal Period
Conception to Birth
Infancy
Birth to two years
18 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Culture
Ethnicity
Developmental Psychology
Freud's Pschosexual Wierdness Theory
Total pattern of a group's customs, beliefs, art, technology.…
Shared cultural heritage.... People define themselves/others bas…
SCIENTIFIC study of the way people grow and change across lif…
Sensation and fixation... Oral... Anal... Phallic... Latency... Genital
Culture
Total pattern of a group's customs, beliefs, art, technology.…
Ethnicity
Shared cultural heritage.... People define themselves/others bas…
130 terms
Lifespan psychology
Human Development
Social Policy
Social Norms
Psychopathology
The changes that occur IN an individual from life to death.
Typically, a government policy regarding a social issue.
Expectations in a given society about how an individual shoul…
The branch of medicine dealing with the causes and processes…
Human Development
The changes that occur IN an individual from life to death.
Social Policy
Typically, a government policy regarding a social issue.
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Lifespan Psychology
influences on development
age of growth spurt for boys and girls
menarche
spermarche
genetics, stress, socioeconomic status, nutrition, physical a…
girls: around 10 peak at 11-13 ... boys: around 12 peak at 14-15
The first occurrence of menstruation usually around 11-13
the beginning of the development of sperm usually around 14
influences on development
genetics, stress, socioeconomic status, nutrition, physical a…
age of growth spurt for boys and girls
girls: around 10 peak at 11-13 ... boys: around 12 peak at 14-15
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Lifespan Psychology
cross-sectional study
cohort effect
longitudinal
qualitative
study where data is taken at one time but it is from a number…
individuals born in the same time period are influenced by a…
measure data more than once but with the same group; cohort e…
subjects share narrative response
cross-sectional study
study where data is taken at one time but it is from a number…
cohort effect
individuals born in the same time period are influenced by a…
16 terms
Psychology lifespan
Cognitive development
Assimilation
Accommodation
Animism
the development of mental abilities throughout the lifespan
according to Piaget, is the process where new experiences are…
Piaget's term when new situations, objects or information are…
where children believe that inanimate objects are alive. For…
Cognitive development
the development of mental abilities throughout the lifespan
Assimilation
according to Piaget, is the process where new experiences are…
48 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Define Development
Why is development important?
What is lifespan based on?
Has the life expectancy gotten shorter…
process of growth and decline
you can discover different strengths and weakness in age
how humans genes age are documented
longer
Define Development
process of growth and decline
Why is development important?
you can discover different strengths and weakness in age
36 terms
Lifespan psychology
Mid 40's to early 60's
Generativity vs. Stagnation, ability t…
Genital stage,
Formal operational
What is the age range of middle adulthood?
What stage does this fall under for Erik Erikson? What do peo…
What stage does this fall under for Freud?
What stage does this fall under for Jean Piaget's?
Mid 40's to early 60's
What is the age range of middle adulthood?
Generativity vs. Stagnation, ability t…
What stage does this fall under for Erik Erikson? What do peo…
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…
54 terms
lifespan psychology
what influences development?
true or false:... development is a life l…
factors of pubescent growth spurt
sexual maturity factors
genetics and biological... stressful life events... SES... Nutrition a…
true
- until 10, rates similar for boys and girls... - weight gain... -…
- large variation in ages... - average menarche 11-13... - average…
what influences development?
genetics and biological... stressful life events... SES... Nutrition a…
true or false:... development is a life l…
true
29 terms
Lifespan Psychology
What is cognitive development? Give ex…
When does development start and finish?
What it a 'developmental norm'?
What is a toddler, foetus and infant?
Cognitive development is transitions in patterns of thinking,…
Begins at conception and ends at death.
Standards by which the progress of a child's development can…
All stages of the lifespan. A foetus is a developing human be…
What is cognitive development? Give ex…
Cognitive development is transitions in patterns of thinking,…
When does development start and finish?
Begins at conception and ends at death.
Lifespan psychology
One is a bun, rust colored bun
Three Shia is inn a tree and the quilt…
Two Shane is driving the auto in show
Five skydive and dents the car and the…
Trust Vs. Mistrust
Initiative Vs Guilt
Autonomy Vs Shame
Identity vs Role confusion
One is a bun, rust colored bun
Trust Vs. Mistrust
Three Shia is inn a tree and the quilt…
Initiative Vs Guilt
64 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Genetics
Prenatal
Neonatal
Infancy
Conception- Joining of genetic material from mother and father
9 months before life
2-4 weeks
0-2 years (early stimulation is essential)
Genetics
Conception- Joining of genetic material from mother and father
Prenatal
9 months before life
33 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Attachment
Critical period
Sensitive period
Heredity
In psychology, the emotional bond which forms between an infa…
A specific period during which an organisms development is mo…
A period of time when an individual's development is more res…
Transmission of characteristics from biological parents to th…
Attachment
In psychology, the emotional bond which forms between an infa…
Critical period
A specific period during which an organisms development is mo…
18 terms
Psychology Lifespan
Lifespan development
Infancy
Childhood
Adolescence
Refers to age related changes that occur from birth throughou…
Developmental stage that extends from birth to appromately tw…
Developmental stage that extends from approximately 2 years o…
Developmental stage that begins at appromately 10 years of ag…
Lifespan development
Refers to age related changes that occur from birth throughou…
Infancy
Developmental stage that extends from birth to appromately tw…
12 terms
Lifespan psychology
Object permanence
Primary circular reactions
Secondary circular reactions
Coordination of SCR
The understanding that an object continues to exist even when…
1-4months; simple motor habits centered around the infants ow…
8-12months; actions aimed at repeating interesting acts with…
8-12months; intentional or goal directed behavior
Object permanence
The understanding that an object continues to exist even when…
Primary circular reactions
1-4months; simple motor habits centered around the infants ow…
80 terms
Lifespan Psychology
John Locke and "tabula ... rosa"
G. Stanley Hall and the ... concept of "…
Scientific method steps
Critical period
refers to the epistemological idea that individuals are born…
"storm and stress" to describe the period of adolescence. cha…
1. Make Observations... 2. Propose a Hypothesis... 3. Design an Exp…
Time when a body part develops
John Locke and "tabula ... rosa"
refers to the epistemological idea that individuals are born…
G. Stanley Hall and the ... concept of "…
"storm and stress" to describe the period of adolescence. cha…
82 terms
Lifespan Psychology
androgens
REM sleep
locomotion
pincer grasp
a male sex hormone such as testosterone
a kind of sleep that occurs at intervals during the night and…
movement or the ability to move from one place to another
a developmental milestone that typically occurs at 9 to 12 mo…
androgens
a male sex hormone such as testosterone
REM sleep
a kind of sleep that occurs at intervals during the night and…
Lifespan Psychology
senescence
Homeostasis
Allostasis
Allostatic Load
a gradual physical decline related to aging
The body's adjustment to keep physiological functions in equi…
A longer change, based on homeostasis, that affects overall p…
Wear and tear from allostasis, the total burden from stressor…
senescence
a gradual physical decline related to aging
Homeostasis
The body's adjustment to keep physiological functions in equi…
77 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Levels of the personality
ID
Ego
Super Ego
ID, Ego, and Super Ego
1-2 years old... Original system of personality... Tell you want yo…
3-4 years old... Reality principle... Has two goals: Help ID to obt…
5-6 years old... Ideal principle... Determines what it right and wr…
Levels of the personality
ID, Ego, and Super Ego
ID
1-2 years old... Original system of personality... Tell you want yo…
22 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Head-sparing
Cortex
Prefrontal Cortex
Transient Exuberance
A biological mechanism that protects the brain when malnutrit…
Outer layers of the brain in humans and other mammals... Thinki…
The area of the cortex at the very front of the brain that sp…
The great but temporary increase in the number of dendrites t…
Head-sparing
A biological mechanism that protects the brain when malnutrit…
Cortex
Outer layers of the brain in humans and other mammals... Thinki…
81 terms
psychology lifespan
replication
nature/nurture
SIDS
critical period
6th part of the scientific research/method... - theories have to…
- nature : genetics... - nurture : what happens during pregnancy…
sudden infant death syndrome ; reduce by having babies sleep…
- a time in which something MUST OCCUR TO BE NORMAL has to ha…
replication
6th part of the scientific research/method... - theories have to…
nature/nurture
- nature : genetics... - nurture : what happens during pregnancy…
84 terms
Lifespan psychology
Developmental Scientists
Human Development
Life-Span Development
Physical Development
looks at ways in which people change from conception through…
The field of scientific study of processes of change and stab…
Comprising the entire human life span from conception to deat…
The growth of the body, brain, sensory capacities, motor skil…
Developmental Scientists
looks at ways in which people change from conception through…
Human Development
The field of scientific study of processes of change and stab…
35 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Lifespan Development
Infancy
Childhood
Adolescence
the field of study that examines patterns of growth, change,…
Birth-two years. While the infant is dependent on adults for…
developmental stage that extends from approximately two to 10…
developmental stage that begins at around 10 to 12 years of a…
Lifespan Development
the field of study that examines patterns of growth, change,…
Infancy
Birth-two years. While the infant is dependent on adults for…
22 terms
Lifespan Psychology
deep structure
telegraphic speech
Myelination
synaptic pruning
the implicit meanings of sentences
the tendency for toddlers to speak using rudimentary sentence…
The way brain circuits mature. Myelination is brain's way of…
a process whereby the synaptic connections in the brain that…
deep structure
the implicit meanings of sentences
telegraphic speech
the tendency for toddlers to speak using rudimentary sentence…
39 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Changes within stages
Biological and Physical Development
Cognitive Development
Infancy- Approx age: 0-2 years
-Biological and Physical Development... -Cognitive Development... -…
It impacts on psychological functioning... -The brain (continual…
It refers to the development of our mental abilities through…
Biological and Physical Development... -Rapid brain and body gro…
Changes within stages
-Biological and Physical Development... -Cognitive Development... -…
Biological and Physical Development
It impacts on psychological functioning... -The brain (continual…
81 terms
LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY
1.Infancy
2.Childhood
3.Adolescence
4.Early adulthood
(Birth-2)
(2-12)
(12-18) the culturally defined period between childhood and a…
(18-40) the socially defined period between adolescence and l…
1.Infancy
(Birth-2)
2.Childhood
(2-12)
96 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Fertilization
Prenatal Periods
Zygote
Germinal Period
union of an ovum and a sperm when one single sperm penetrates…
1. Germinal Period... 2. Embryonic Period... 3. Fetal Period... 4. Cri…
during the next 24 hours after the fertilization the genetic…
The first two weeks after fertilization characterized by a ve…
Fertilization
union of an ovum and a sperm when one single sperm penetrates…
Prenatal Periods
1. Germinal Period... 2. Embryonic Period... 3. Fetal Period... 4. Cri…
68 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Geminal
Embryonic
Fetal period
1st trimester
period: 0-2 weeks... Time from conception to when the zygote imp…
period: 2-8 weeks... Heartbeat begins; recognizable body parts a…
9th week - birth... Last 3 months: Rapid growth of body and brain
Body is trying to protect the baby instead of you.
Geminal
period: 0-2 weeks... Time from conception to when the zygote imp…
Embryonic
period: 2-8 weeks... Heartbeat begins; recognizable body parts a…
63 terms
Lifespan Psychology
ageism
elderspeak
demographic shift
dependency ratio
a prejudice whereby people are categorized and judged solely…
a condescending way of speaking to older adults that resemble…
a shift in the proportions of the populations of various ages.
a calculation of the number of self sufficient, productive ad…
ageism
a prejudice whereby people are categorized and judged solely…
elderspeak
a condescending way of speaking to older adults that resemble…
152 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Prenatal Period
Infancy
Early Childhood
Middle Childhood
Conception to Birth
Birth to two years
Two to six years
Six to twelve years
Prenatal Period
Conception to Birth
Infancy
Birth to two years
28 terms
Lifespan psychology
Social referencing
The fundamental emotions
Self regulation
Attachment
The practice whereby an inexperienced person relies on a more…
Interest, disgust, enjoyment, fear, surprise, shyness, sadnes…
Consist of an infant's growing ability to control negative em…
Is an affectional bond that one individual forms for another…
Social referencing
The practice whereby an inexperienced person relies on a more…
The fundamental emotions
Interest, disgust, enjoyment, fear, surprise, shyness, sadnes…
Lifespan Psychology
Lifespan Development
Physical Development
Cognitive Development
Personality Development
examines the growth and changes in one's life throughout the…
examines the body's growth and change including the brain, ne…
examines how growth and change mentally influence their behav…
examines the stability and change of ones personality and how…
Lifespan Development
examines the growth and changes in one's life throughout the…
Physical Development
examines the body's growth and change including the brain, ne…
Lifespan Psychology
Evolutionary Psycholgy
Genetic Code
Zygote
Ovum
theoretical approach to psychology that attempts to explain u…
the nucleotide triplets of DNA and RNA molecules that carry g…
a diploid cell resulting from the fusion of two haploid gamet…
a mature female reproductive cell
Evolutionary Psycholgy
theoretical approach to psychology that attempts to explain u…
Genetic Code
the nucleotide triplets of DNA and RNA molecules that carry g…
57 terms
LIfespan Psychology
Prespeech
telegraphic speech
underextension of word meanings
overextension of word meanings
speech before spoken language begins
use just enough words to get their message accross
restrict a single word to an object or person
apply a word to more than one object or person
Prespeech
speech before spoken language begins
telegraphic speech
use just enough words to get their message accross
53 terms
Psychology - Lifespan
Define Lifespan development
List the stages and age range of the s…
Explain Infancy
Explain Childhood
Age-related changes that occur from birth, throughout a perso…
Infancy - Birth - 2... Childhood - 2-10... Adolescence - 10-20... Earl…
While the infant is depended on adults for most things during…
During this stage children become independent from their pare…
Define Lifespan development
Age-related changes that occur from birth, throughout a perso…
List the stages and age range of the s…
Infancy - Birth - 2... Childhood - 2-10... Adolescence - 10-20... Earl…
50 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Sensitive Period
Plasticity
Lifespan perspective
Epigenesis
a time that is optimal for certain capacities to emerge and i…
openness of development to change in response to influential…
a dynamic systems approach to development that assumes develo…
development resulting from ongoing, bidirectional exchanges b…
Sensitive Period
a time that is optimal for certain capacities to emerge and i…
Plasticity
openness of development to change in response to influential…
32 terms
Lifespan Psychology
The stages of the lifespan:
Lifespan Development
Maturation:
Principle of Readiness
Infancy - birth to 2 years... Childhood - 2 years to 10 years…
Refers to age releated changes that occur from birth, through…
the orderly and sequential... developmental changes which occur…
Inability to perform behavior development on maturation until…
The stages of the lifespan:
Infancy - birth to 2 years... Childhood - 2 years to 10 years…
Lifespan Development
Refers to age releated changes that occur from birth, through…
77 terms
Lifespan psychology
social contruct
changes within stages
biological and physical deveopment
Example for biological and physical de…
Different stages of life can be divided into estimated age gr…
biological and physical development,cognitive development,soc…
The only area of development that is directly observable and…
height,girls get period and their hips get wider
social contruct
Different stages of life can be divided into estimated age gr…
changes within stages
biological and physical development,cognitive development,soc…
49 terms
Lifespan Psychology
DNA molecules
Alleles
Genes
Chromosomes
is a molecule that carries most of the genetic instructions u…
are two forms of each gene.
are segments of DNA and are found on chromosomes
are found in the cell nucleus and are made of DNA molecules
DNA molecules
is a molecule that carries most of the genetic instructions u…
Alleles
are two forms of each gene.
116 terms
Lifespan Psychology
Cephalocaudal
Proximodistal Principle
Principle of Heirarchical Integration
Principle of the Independence of Systems
The principle that growth follows a pattern the begins with t…
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
The principle that growth follows a pattern the begins with t…
Proximodistal Principle
The principle that development proceeds from the center of th…
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