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Psychology: Human Development (Development)
Sensitive Periods
Terotogens
Grasping Reflex
Rooting Reflex
Time periods when specific skills develop most easily (langua…
Environmental agents that harm the embryo or fetus (drugs, al…
Survival mechanism that has persisted from our primate ancest…
The turning & sucking that infants automatically engage when…
Sensitive Periods
Time periods when specific skills develop most easily (langua…
Terotogens
Environmental agents that harm the embryo or fetus (drugs, al…
Psychology Reading: Human Development
developmental psychology
post hoc fallacy
Bidirectional influences
cross-sectional design
the study of how behavior changes over the lifespan
the mistake of assuming that because A comes before B, A must…
developmental psychology is bidirectional. Children's experie…
a design in which researchers examine people who are of diffe…
developmental psychology
the study of how behavior changes over the lifespan
post hoc fallacy
the mistake of assuming that because A comes before B, A must…
AP Psychology (Human Development)
development
nature
nurture
resilience
A process of improvement in the material conditions of people…
a person's inherited traits, determined by genetics
nourish; educate; foster
the personal strength that helps most people cope with stress…
development
A process of improvement in the material conditions of people…
nature
a person's inherited traits, determined by genetics
80 terms
Psychology: Human Growth and Development
What are the 5 characteristics of deve…
Development is characterized by growth…
Development consists of many aspects:…
Differences in families, neighborhoods…
Multidirectional, multicultural, multidisciplinary, multicont…
Multidirectional
Multidisciplinary
Multicontextual
What are the 5 characteristics of deve…
Multidirectional, multicultural, multidisciplinary, multicont…
Development is characterized by growth…
Multidirectional
23 terms
Psychology (Human Development)
Developmental Psychology
Grasping Reflex
Rooting Reflex
Capacity
Study of changes that occur as an individual matures
Infant's clinging response to a touch on the palm of their hand
Infant's response in turning toward the source of touching th…
Individual's mental/physical ability, aptitude, or skill
Developmental Psychology
Study of changes that occur as an individual matures
Grasping Reflex
Infant's clinging response to a touch on the palm of their hand
Psychology of Human Development CH 1
Child development
Developmental science
What are the three domains of developm…
List the periods of development
An area of study devoted to understanding constancy and chang…
Includes all changes we experience throughout the lifespan
1. Physical... 2. Cognitive... 3. Emotional and Social
1. The prenatal period... 2. Infancy and toddlerhood... 3. Early Ch…
Child development
An area of study devoted to understanding constancy and chang…
Developmental science
Includes all changes we experience throughout the lifespan
121 terms
Psychology of Human Development
3 Types of paradigms
positivism
post positivism
constructivist interpretivist
-positivism... -post positivism... -constructivist interpretivist
-there is an absolute truth in the things around me... -science…
-there is absolutely a truth to understanding people but ther…
-there are multiple truths... -everyone has a different understa…
3 Types of paradigms
-positivism... -post positivism... -constructivist interpretivist
positivism
-there is an absolute truth in the things around me... -science…
63 terms
AP Psychology Human Development
Accommodate
Adolescence
Alzheimer's Disease
Asperger Syndrome
oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt;…
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
an irreversible, progressive brain disorder, characterized by…
a childhood disorder at the high-functioning end of the autis…
Accommodate
oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt;…
Adolescence
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
41 terms
Human development psychology 101
Developmental psychology
Conception
Stages of prenatal development
Zygote
Study of physical, cognitive, social change over the lifespan
Occurs when women's ovary releases egg. Sperm attaches and se…
Zygote, embryo, fetus
Conception through 2 weeks old. Rapid cell division occurs
Developmental psychology
Study of physical, cognitive, social change over the lifespan
Conception
Occurs when women's ovary releases egg. Sperm attaches and se…
68 terms
Psychology Unit 4 - Human Development
Prenatal
Embryo
Zygote
Fetus
Before Birth
Developing human organism from 2 to 8 weeks
Fertilized Egg
Developing human organism from 9 weeks to birth
Prenatal
Before Birth
Embryo
Developing human organism from 2 to 8 weeks
138 terms
Psychology Human Development
Human Development
Longitudinal Design
Cross Sectional Design
Cross Sequential Design
is the scientific study of the changes that occur in people a…
in which one group of people is followed and asserted a diffe…
Several different age groups are studied at one time (very qu…
which a combination of the two other designs (Longitudinal Cr…
Human Development
is the scientific study of the changes that occur in people a…
Longitudinal Design
in which one group of people is followed and asserted a diffe…
Psychology 201- Human Development
Developmental Psychology
Developmental Stages
Nature Vs. Nuture
Qualitative
The study of changes in behaviour and mental processes over t…
Prenatal Conception to birth ... Infancy and toddlerhood Birth t…
How much of our growth, personality, and development is attri…
Research in stages (stairs)
Developmental Psychology
The study of changes in behaviour and mental processes over t…
Developmental Stages
Prenatal Conception to birth ... Infancy and toddlerhood Birth t…
29 terms
Psychology of Human Development
Eight stages of development unfold as…
Children go through 4 stages of cognit…
Culture and social interaction guide c…
development reflects the influence of…
Erikson's theory
Piaget's Theory
Vygotsky's sociocultural cognitive theory
Bronfenbrenner's ecological theory
Eight stages of development unfold as…
Erikson's theory
Children go through 4 stages of cognit…
Piaget's Theory
Psychology - Human Development - Cognitive Development
What was Piaget (1896-1980) one of the…
What did Piaget claim in relation to h…
What are the 5 assumptions underlying…
What is maturation?
A comprehensive theory of cognitive development.
Infant and child think in a qualitatively different way from…
1. Nature/Nurture... 2. Sociocultural Influences... 3. Child's Acti…
The gradual unfolding over time of genetic programmes for dev…
What was Piaget (1896-1980) one of the…
A comprehensive theory of cognitive development.
What did Piaget claim in relation to h…
Infant and child think in a qualitatively different way from…
AP Psychology - Human Development
continuous development
discontinuous development
birth order theory
maturation
gradual development that is almost imperceptible
stage-like development with dramatic changes
Alfred Adler - being the youngest/middle/oldest child plays a…
development will unfold on its own as long as the child is in…
continuous development
gradual development that is almost imperceptible
discontinuous development
stage-like development with dramatic changes
Psychology: Human Development
Terotogens
Grasping Reflex
Rooting Reflex
Moro Reflex
Environmental agents that harm the embryo or fetus (drugs, al…
Survival mechanism that has persisted from our primate ancest…
The turning & sucking that infants automatically engage when…
Immature Startle
Terotogens
Environmental agents that harm the embryo or fetus (drugs, al…
Grasping Reflex
Survival mechanism that has persisted from our primate ancest…
92 terms
History of Human Development Psychology
continuity theories
discontinuity theories
twins
Locke and Rousseau
propose development is very gradual and that it is difficult…
more stage-like, in that changes occur more dramatically and…
subjects used in nature vs. nurture debates
helped create the notion of childhood advising parents to enc…
continuity theories
propose development is very gradual and that it is difficult…
discontinuity theories
more stage-like, in that changes occur more dramatically and…
280 terms
Human Growth and Development Psychology
When compared with preterm infants who…
The upper limit of the human life span…
Mara is pregnant, and she recently wat…
Which of the following is an example o…
a. have better overall health.
c. 122
c. fish.
c. a government lowering federal taxes
When compared with preterm infants who…
a. have better overall health.
The upper limit of the human life span…
c. 122
PSYCHOLOGY: Human Development
Behavior Genetics
Genes
Environment
Chromosomes
Study of the relative effects of genes and environment on our…
biochemical units of heredity that make up chromosomes
every non genetic influence, from prenatal nutrition to the p…
Threadlike structures made of DNA molecules that contain genes
Behavior Genetics
Study of the relative effects of genes and environment on our…
Genes
biochemical units of heredity that make up chromosomes
30 terms
Psychology Human Development
Maturation
Schema
Assimilation
Accommodation
The action or process of maturing.
Describes an organized pattern of thought or behavior that or…
New experienced that we add to our schemas.
When an existing schema changes due to assimilation.
Maturation
The action or process of maturing.
Schema
Describes an organized pattern of thought or behavior that or…
25 terms
Psychology: Human Development Vocab
Nature
Nurture
Resilience
Preferential looking
An individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her…
An individual's environmental and social experiences.
A person's ability to recover from or adapt to difficult times.
A research technique that involves giving an infant a choice…
Nature
An individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her…
Nurture
An individual's environmental and social experiences.
Psychology Human Development
In a _______ design, one group of part…
Research in which several different ag…
The science of heredity is called ____…
A _______ is a section of DNA containi…
Longitudinal
Cross-sectional
Genetics
Gene
In a _______ design, one group of part…
Longitudinal
Research in which several different ag…
Cross-sectional
28 terms
Psychology: Human Development
Developmental Psychology
Continuity vs. Stages
Stability vs. Change
Nature vs. Nurture
Branch of psychology that looks at all of the Physical and Ps…
Do keep changing or go in stages of change?
Do we thrive in a stable environment or an environment that k…
Is our personality based off of our biology or the care that…
Developmental Psychology
Branch of psychology that looks at all of the Physical and Ps…
Continuity vs. Stages
Do keep changing or go in stages of change?
Psychology: Human Development
Developmental Psychology
Germinal stage
Embryonic stage
Fetal stage
Concerned with course and cause of developmental changes over…
2 week conception - zygote - sperm merges to egg
embryo- major organs develo
organs mature ---> heart, lungs, nervous system, sex organs
Developmental Psychology
Concerned with course and cause of developmental changes over…
Germinal stage
2 week conception - zygote - sperm merges to egg
41 terms
AP Psychology- Human Development
Developmental Psychology
Zygote
Embryo
Fetus
Branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and so…
What a female egg is called once fertilized
An organism in the early, prenatal stage from 2 weeks to 2 mo…
Longest stage of prenatal development- 9 weeks until after co…
Developmental Psychology
Branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and so…
Zygote
What a female egg is called once fertilized
62 terms
Psychology: Human Development
Infant
Insecure atatchments
avoidment attachment
disorganized attatchment
first year of life... Reciprocal Socialization:cycle of affectio…
difficult temperament, easily agitated and stressed
when parents consistently ignores and rejects child.
when parent shows sever lack of harmony and balance with rela…
Infant
first year of life... Reciprocal Socialization:cycle of affectio…
Insecure atatchments
difficult temperament, easily agitated and stressed
Psychology- Human Development
What is development?
Continuity vs. Discontinuity
What are the stages of physical and mo…
What are the stages in prenatal develo…
Age-related changes over time. Nature-nurture interactions do…
Stages occur in sequence, rapid transition, change is systema…
Prenatal development and fetal period
Germinal stage, embryonic stage, fetal stage
What is development?
Age-related changes over time. Nature-nurture interactions do…
Continuity vs. Discontinuity
Stages occur in sequence, rapid transition, change is systema…
44 terms
Psychology- Human Development
Human Development
Stages of Development
Prenatal Development
Geminal Period (Prenatal Development)
the pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities th…
1. Prenatal Development... 2. Infancy... 3. Childhood ... 4. Adolescen…
Conception... Geminal Period (weeks 1 & 2)... Embryonic Period (wee…
Weeks 1 & 2
Human Development
the pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities th…
Stages of Development
1. Prenatal Development... 2. Infancy... 3. Childhood ... 4. Adolescen…
47 terms
Psychology of Human Development
markers of adulthood
physical performance
obesity
binge drinking
economic independence., taking responsibility, developing emo…
reach our peak before the age of 30 and begin to decline
linked to hypertension, diabetes and cardiovascular disease,…
back to back drinks (4-5)
markers of adulthood
economic independence., taking responsibility, developing emo…
physical performance
reach our peak before the age of 30 and begin to decline
23 terms
SCS Psychology Human Development
Development of Psychology
Teratogens
Rooting Reflex
FAS
A branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
agents, such as chemicals and viruses, that can reach the emb…
A baby's tendency, when touched on the cheek, to open the mou…
Physical cognitive abnormalities in children caused by a preg…
Development of Psychology
A branch of psychology that studies physical, cognitive, and…
Teratogens
agents, such as chemicals and viruses, that can reach the emb…
Psychology of Human Development
Growth
Maturation
Learning
Development
Physical Change
Heredity and Environment, You must be responsible for yoursel…
Results of Experience-Any relatively changed behavior permane…
Developing from a child to a senior, there are a lot of trans…
Growth
Physical Change
Maturation
Heredity and Environment, You must be responsible for yoursel…
60 terms
Psychology Human Development
The formation of a placenta signals th…
A teratogen is a(n):
Darlene smoked heavily during the enti…
One of the most consistently damaging…
Embryonic
Substance that can cross the placental barrier and harm an un…
Underweight
Alcohol
The formation of a placenta signals th…
Embryonic
A teratogen is a(n):
Substance that can cross the placental barrier and harm an un…
85 terms
Psychology of Human Development
phenylketonuria
zygote implanted in Fallopian tube
glial cells
implantation through organogenesis
autosomal recessive disorder
ectopic pregnancy
hold neurons together
embryonic stage
phenylketonuria
autosomal recessive disorder
zygote implanted in Fallopian tube
ectopic pregnancy
121 terms
Psychology of Human Development
3 Types of paradigms
positivism
post positivism
constructivist interpretivist
-positivism... -post positivism... -constructivist interpretivist
-there is an absolute truth in the things around me... -science…
-there is absolutely a truth to understanding people but ther…
-there are multiple truths... -everyone has a different understa…
3 Types of paradigms
-positivism... -post positivism... -constructivist interpretivist
positivism
-there is an absolute truth in the things around me... -science…
54 terms
Psychology of Human Development
Sensation
Perception
Empiricist (John Locke)
Nativist
Detection of information in the environment and transmission…
Interpretation of sensory information
Perception learned through experience- babies perceive world…
Perception is innate- babies/adults perceive world in same way
Sensation
Detection of information in the environment and transmission…
Perception
Interpretation of sensory information
43 terms
Psychology - Human Development -
Physical Development
Cognitive Development
Personality Development
Race is what kind of concept?
Development involving the bodies physical makeup, including t…
Development involving the ways that growth and change in inte…
Development involving the ways that the enduring characterist…
...
Physical Development
Development involving the bodies physical makeup, including t…
Cognitive Development
Development involving the ways that growth and change in inte…
29 terms
Psychology: Human Development
Trust vs Mistrust (1)
Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt (2)
Initiative vs Guilt (3)
Industry vs Inferiority (4)
Coming to trust the mother and the environment - to associate…
Developing the desire to make choices and the self-control to…
Adding planning and "attacking" to choice; becoming active an…
Becoming eagerly absorbed in skills, tasks, and productivity;…
Trust vs Mistrust (1)
Coming to trust the mother and the environment - to associate…
Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt (2)
Developing the desire to make choices and the self-control to…
Psychology in Human Development
Head-sparing
norm
percentile
REM sleep
The biological protection of the brain when malnutrition affe…
Is an average, or standard, measurement calculated for a spec…
Is any point on a ranking scale of 0 to 100; percentiles are…
rapid eye movement sleep, a recurring sleep stage during whic…
Head-sparing
The biological protection of the brain when malnutrition affe…
norm
Is an average, or standard, measurement calculated for a spec…
18 terms
Psychology 101 - human development
Human development
longitudinal
cross-sectional
cross-sequential
___ ___ is the scientific study of the changes that occur in…
A _____ design is a research design in which one participant…
A _____ design is a research design in which several differen…
A _____ design is a research design in which participants are…
Human development
___ ___ is the scientific study of the changes that occur in…
longitudinal
A _____ design is a research design in which one participant…
63 terms
AP Psychology Human Development
Accommodate
Adolescence
Alzheimer's Disease
Asperger Syndrome
oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt;…
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
an irreversible, progressive brain disorder, characterized by…
a childhood disorder at the high-functioning end of the autis…
Accommodate
oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt;…
Adolescence
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
41 terms
Psychology Human Development
Development Psychology
Teratogen
Gross Motor
Fine Motor
study of how behavior changes over the lifespan.
virus that can exert a negative impact on development.
large bodily movement - crawling.
small bodily movement - hand holding.
Development Psychology
study of how behavior changes over the lifespan.
Teratogen
virus that can exert a negative impact on development.
psychology: human growth and development
periods of development
domains of development
ecological systems theory
microsystem
prenatal, infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, adolesc…
physical, cognitive, social, emotional
Bronfenbrenner, microsystem to mesosystem to exosystem to mac…
activities and interaction patterns of person's immediate sur…
periods of development
prenatal, infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, adolesc…
domains of development
physical, cognitive, social, emotional
89 terms
Psychology - 8. Human development
developmental psychology
schemes (Piaget)
assimilation (Piaget)
accommodation (Piaget)
the study of how humans grow, develop, and change throughout…
plans of action, based on previous experiences, to be used in…
the process by which new objects, events, experiences, or inf…
the process by which existing schemes are modified and new sc…
developmental psychology
the study of how humans grow, develop, and change throughout…
schemes (Piaget)
plans of action, based on previous experiences, to be used in…
51 terms
Psychology- Human Development
Developmental Psychology
grasping reflex
Rooting reflex
Maturation
The study of changes that occur as an individual matures
An infant's clinging response to a touch on the palm of their…
Reflex that causes a newborn to turn the head toward a light…
The internally programmed growth of a child
Developmental Psychology
The study of changes that occur as an individual matures
grasping reflex
An infant's clinging response to a touch on the palm of their…
22 terms
Psychology: Human Development
developmental psychology
attatchment
cupboard love
Bowlby's ethological theory
study of changes across the lifespan
strong emotional connection with another person
child attaches to a person meeting her physiological needs (f…
child attaches to a person meeting her emotional needs
developmental psychology
study of changes across the lifespan
attatchment
strong emotional connection with another person
27 terms
Psychology human development terms
Nature
Nuture
Development
Genotype
An individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her…
An individual's environment and social experiences.
Pattern of continuity and change in human capabilities that o…
The individuals genetic heritage - the persons actual genetic…
Nature
An individual's biological inheritance, especially his or her…
Nuture
An individual's environment and social experiences.
63 terms
AP Psychology Human Development
Accommodate
Adolescence
Alzheimer's Disease
Asperger Syndrome
oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt;…
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
an irreversible, progressive brain disorder, characterized by…
a childhood disorder at the high-functioning end of the autis…
Accommodate
oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt;…
Adolescence
The transition period from childhood to adulthood, extending…
54 terms
AP Psychology - Human Development
cross-sectional vs. longitudinal methods
germinal period
embryonic period
fetal period
cross-sectional:data are collected at one point in time... ----…
The first two weeks of prenatal development after conception,…
The period of prenatal development that occurs two to eight w…
9 weeks - birth
cross-sectional vs. longitudinal methods
cross-sectional:data are collected at one point in time... ----…
germinal period
The first two weeks of prenatal development after conception,…
58 terms
Human Development- Psychology
teratogen
temperament
fetal period
permissive indulgent
any factor that can cause a birth defect
the behavioral characteristics that are fairly well establish…
the time from about 8 weeks after conception until the birth…
permissive parenting in which parent is so involved that chil…
teratogen
any factor that can cause a birth defect
temperament
the behavioral characteristics that are fairly well establish…
57 terms
Psychology Human Development-notes
Development
Three types of development
Examples of nature
Examples of nurture
A sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person prog…
physical, cognitive and social-emotional
biological inheritance and biology
environmental experiences (physical environment, parenting, f…
Development
A sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person prog…
Three types of development
physical, cognitive and social-emotional
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