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12 terms
childhood developmemt 1-12
developmental psychology
genes
maturation
chrimosones
branch of psychology concerned with physical, cognitive, and…
biochemical units of heredity that makes up chromosones
biological growth processes that enable orderly changes in be…
threadlike structures made up of DNA molecues, which contain…
developmental psychology
branch of psychology concerned with physical, cognitive, and…
genes
biochemical units of heredity that makes up chromosones
147 terms
ed psych 320 unit 1
developmental psychology
stages of developmental psych
domains of development
nature vs nurture
study of human growth and development across a lifespan... deter…
prenatal (conception to birth)... infancy and toddlerhood (birth…
physical, social-emotional, cognitive... all connected to each o…
nature: genetic inheritances and biological system, Jean-Jacq…
developmental psychology
study of human growth and development across a lifespan... deter…
stages of developmental psych
prenatal (conception to birth)... infancy and toddlerhood (birth…
147 terms
ed psych 320 unit 1
developmental psychology
stages of developmental psych
domains of development
nature vs nurture
study of human growth and development across a lifespan... deter…
prenatal (conception to birth)... infancy and toddlerhood (birth…
physical, social-emotional, cognitive... all connected to each o…
nature: genetic inheritances and biological system, Jean-Jacq…
developmental psychology
study of human growth and development across a lifespan... deter…
stages of developmental psych
prenatal (conception to birth)... infancy and toddlerhood (birth…
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Life span 1
Human developmemt
Developmental theory
Freud
Erik Erickson
How and why people change and how and why they stay the same…
Systematic statements of principles and generalizations. Fram…
First psychoanalyst irrational, inconscious that drives and m…
8 developmental stages, each characterized by a challenging d…
Human developmemt
How and why people change and how and why they stay the same…
Developmental theory
Systematic statements of principles and generalizations. Fram…
Chapter 1
Development
Context
Culture
Ethnicity
The pattern of movement or change that begins at conception a…
The settings, influenced by historical, economic, social, and…
The behavior patterns, beliefs, and all other products of a g…
A characteristic based on cultural heritage, nationality, rac…
Development
The pattern of movement or change that begins at conception a…
Context
The settings, influenced by historical, economic, social, and…
65 terms
HHD
Amniotic Fluid
Placenta
Teratogen
Zygote
The fluid surrounding the embryo/foetus that protects the unb…
An organ that allows the transfer of nutrients, gases and was…
Anything in the environment that causes defects in development
A full cell resulting from the fusion of a sperm and ovum (Fe…
Amniotic Fluid
The fluid surrounding the embryo/foetus that protects the unb…
Placenta
An organ that allows the transfer of nutrients, gases and was…
37 terms
Unit 7 Review
Paying attention to and making an effo…
Psychological condition in which a per…
Feeling important and worthwhile
Uncomfortable inner sensation or feeli…
listening
Bulimia
esteem
tension
Paying attention to and making an effo…
listening
Psychological condition in which a per…
Bulimia
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Endocrine System
ACTH
Oxytocin
Epinephrine/Norepinephrine
Myxedema
Stimulates the adrenal cortex to release hormones
Responds to cervical stretch to cause uterine contractions
Released from the adrenal medulla, stimulates the body during…
Disease of hypothyroidism when it occurs in adults
ACTH
Stimulates the adrenal cortex to release hormones
Oxytocin
Responds to cervical stretch to cause uterine contractions
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Psychology sac
Nature
nurture
Longitudinal study
Cross-sectional study
Genetic
Environment
The same people are studied over a certain period
The study of any amount of subjects at the one time
Nature
Genetic
nurture
Environment
81 terms
Psychology Chapter 4
zygote
phenotype
embryonic stage
embryo length
fertilized egg
contains observable features of the future person
last to 8 weeks after conception
1.5 inches
zygote
fertilized egg
phenotype
contains observable features of the future person
Lifespan Ch 7
Growth in early childhood?
Lateralization
Reticular formation
Gene for left handedness...
2-3 inches and 6 pounds
Functional specialization of hemispheres... -Experience shapes p…
Attention & concentration
Is only turned on when it is from your dad
Growth in early childhood?
2-3 inches and 6 pounds
Lateralization
Functional specialization of hemispheres... -Experience shapes p…
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HHD SAC 1
Prenatal
Infancy
Early childhood
Late childhood
Takes 38 weeks to complete, this stage begins when a sperm pe…
The period of rapid growth with many changes. Begins when the…
Starts at the end of infancy and continues until the sixth bi…
Starts on the sixth birthdat and ends at the age of 12. There…
Prenatal
Takes 38 weeks to complete, this stage begins when a sperm pe…
Infancy
The period of rapid growth with many changes. Begins when the…
26 terms
Psych Mental Health Nursing
Humors
Defense Mechanisms
Freud's Stages of Personality Developm…
Interpersonal Theory
An irregularity in blood, bile, or phlem according to Hippocr…
Used as a protective device for the ego to relieve anxiety
Oral: Birth-18 months... Anal: 18 months-3 years... Phallic: 3-6 ye…
Sullivan's theory that behavior and development are the direc…
Humors
An irregularity in blood, bile, or phlem according to Hippocr…
Defense Mechanisms
Used as a protective device for the ego to relieve anxiety
29 terms
nu 131 p&T chapter 10
puberty/preadolescence... 11-14 yrs old
Major characteristics of preadolesence
secondary sex characteristics
adolescence ("to grow and mature")
a) Begins with the secondary sex characteristics... b) Ends with…
(1) Rapid physical growth ... (2) Changes in body proportions ... (…
ending of the puberty period... Pubic hair ... Deepening of voice (…
A transitional period beginning with sexual maturity and grow…
puberty/preadolescence... 11-14 yrs old
a) Begins with the secondary sex characteristics... b) Ends with…
Major characteristics of preadolesence
(1) Rapid physical growth ... (2) Changes in body proportions ... (…
Post test
Middle Childhood
Prepubescent
Latency Stage
Industry vs. Inferiority
Period between rapid growth of early childhood and prepubesce…
Begins toward the end of middle childhood endd with 13 birthday
Sigmund Freud's Psychosexual development of school age
Erik-Erikson's Psychosocial development
Middle Childhood
Period between rapid growth of early childhood and prepubesce…
Prepubescent
Begins toward the end of middle childhood endd with 13 birthday
Chapter 8 Social and Personality Development
What are 2 Freudian stages present dur…
Freud's summation of early childhood
Erikson stages in early childhood
Person Perception
-Anal stage (1-3 yrs) of toilet training... -Phallic stage estab…
Kids gain control of bodily functions and renegotiate relatio…
Autonomy vs. shame/doubt - new mobility/autonomy... Initiative v…
-Capacity to apply categories to people... -Young kids base judg…
What are 2 Freudian stages present dur…
-Anal stage (1-3 yrs) of toilet training... -Phallic stage estab…
Freud's summation of early childhood
Kids gain control of bodily functions and renegotiate relatio…
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PSY109 midterm
Biopsychosocial model
Nature vs. nurture
Tabula Rasa
ID
The study of lifespan or human development is called
The old theory on lifespan development was referred to as
In 1693, John Locke developed a theory that encouraged people…
In Freud's structures of the mind, which structure is present…
Biopsychosocial model
The study of lifespan or human development is called
Nature vs. nurture
The old theory on lifespan development was referred to as
22 terms
Psych Ch 1
Augustine of Hippo
John Locke
Empiricism
text's Human Development
Believed that humans are selfish by nature
Believed that children are born with a mind which is a blank…
Humans poses no innate tendencies and that all differences am…
Physical domain, cognitive domain, & social domain
Augustine of Hippo
Believed that humans are selfish by nature
John Locke
Believed that children are born with a mind which is a blank…
198 terms
PSYC 201-18 Psychology Exam II
Sigmund Freud
Psychodynamic
Freud's personality theory
ID
Psychoanalysis
Energy reduction model of sexual and aggressive unconscious p…
ID, Ego, and Superego
Birth, instinctual needs, impulses, pleasure principle, life…
Sigmund Freud
Psychoanalysis
Psychodynamic
Energy reduction model of sexual and aggressive unconscious p…
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Ch. 58, 59, 60 Test Review CMA BK
Anxiety disorder
Cognitive disorder
Eating disorder
Disorder diagnosed in infancy and chil…
Mental disorder. Phobias, panic attacks, compulsive rituals.
Mental disorder. Delerium, Dementia, Amnesia, degenerative di…
Mental disorder. Abnormal eating patterns, distorted body ima…
Mental disorder. Mental retardation, attention deficient diso…
Anxiety disorder
Mental disorder. Phobias, panic attacks, compulsive rituals.
Cognitive disorder
Mental disorder. Delerium, Dementia, Amnesia, degenerative di…
22 terms
L&D: Chapter 1
Science of Human Developmemt
What is the goal of this science?
What are the 5 characteristics of deve…
The scientific method
The science that seeks to understand how and why people of al…
For all 7 billion people on earth to reach their full potenti…
Multidirectional, multicontextual, multicultural, multidiscip…
1. Question... 2. Hypothesis... 3. Experiment... 4. Analyze... 5. Report…
Science of Human Developmemt
The science that seeks to understand how and why people of al…
What is the goal of this science?
For all 7 billion people on earth to reach their full potenti…
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TEST 3 Psychology CH 5 & 6
Early Childhood
Middle childhood
Frontal lobes
Gross motor Skills
The first phase of childhood, lasting from age 3 through kind…
The second phase of childhood, covering the elementary school…
The area at the uppermost front of the brain, responsible for…
Physical abilities that involve large muscle movements, such…
Early Childhood
The first phase of childhood, lasting from age 3 through kind…
Middle childhood
The second phase of childhood, covering the elementary school…
114 terms
Psych Midterm 2
Conception
When does the first cell division occur?
When does the second cell division occ…
Germinal stage
A single sperm cell (male) penetrates the outer coating of th…
30 hours after conception
2nd day
-first 2 weeks... -zygote
Conception
A single sperm cell (male) penetrates the outer coating of th…
When does the first cell division occur?
30 hours after conception
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Psych exam #3: growth 3-6
body growth: 3-6
brain development 3-6: corpus callosum
brain development: increases myelinati…
motor development 3-6: gross & fine
-2 to 3 inches a year and 5-7 pounds... -primary teeth replace b…
develops more ... -connects R & L hemispheres
-cerebellum: involved in balance & motor movements... -Reticular…
GMS: continue developing... FNS: refinement of motor skills... -pre…
body growth: 3-6
-2 to 3 inches a year and 5-7 pounds... -primary teeth replace b…
brain development 3-6: corpus callosum
develops more ... -connects R & L hemispheres
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Phyc 3rd test
Domains of development
Teratogens
Germinal
Embryonic
Physical, cognitive, psychosocial
Enviormental agents that can harm prenatal development- Fetal…
Period in prenatal developmemt from conception to 2 weeks old
2-8 weeks brain, spine, major organs and body structure forms
Domains of development
Physical, cognitive, psychosocial
Teratogens
Enviormental agents that can harm prenatal development- Fetal…
31 terms
Psych chapter 10-11 Quiz #1
Developmental psychology
Maturation
Critical period
Infancy
the branch of psychology that studies the physical, cognitive…
developmental changes that occur as a result of automatic, ge…
is a stage or point in developmemt during which a person or a…
in humans, the stage of life from birth to age two
Developmental psychology
the branch of psychology that studies the physical, cognitive…
Maturation
developmental changes that occur as a result of automatic, ge…
115 terms
Psychology test 3
Developmemt psycology
Cognitive developement
Sensorimotor
Schemes
How snd why humans change over time
Ability to think and understand how the world works
( birth- 2y ) develops schemes, shows levels of understanding
Theories about how the world works
Developmemt psycology
How snd why humans change over time
Cognitive developement
Ability to think and understand how the world works
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PSYCH 203 TEST 2
cephalocaudal growth
proximodistal growth
teratogens... example
*How does the brain form?
head to tail. the head developes more rapidly than the lower…
from "near to far" center of the body outward
any environmental agent that causes damage during prenatal pe…
early in development the brain grows faster than any other or…
cephalocaudal growth
head to tail. the head developes more rapidly than the lower…
proximodistal growth
from "near to far" center of the body outward
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