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child exam one

Bandura social cognitive / learning
Bandura Purposeful learning by observing others, emphasizes nurture , continuous development
Watson/Skinner/Pavlov behaviorism
Watson/Skinner/Pavlov learning by association/conditioning,nurture and continuous development
Piaget cognitive development
Piaget Adaptation via assimilation and accommodation , nature emphasized discontinuous development
Numerous Theorists information processing
Numerous Theorists Cognitive functioning compared to computers, nature & nurture continuous development
Freud Psycho sexual
Freud Instinctive impulses/conflicts, nature & nurture/biological maturation sets the stage.
Erickson psycho social
Erickson Life crises based on relationships,opportunities, interaction of both nature and nurture
Why do we study child development to gain insight in to human nature to gain insight into the origins of adult behavior to gain insight into the origins in sex differences and gender roles and the effects of culture on developments
Why do we study child development To gain insight into the origins prevention and treatments of developmental problems to optimize conditions of development
Stages and Time Periods Germinal conception 2 weeks , fetal 8-10 weeks and embryonic 2 weeks
Names of the Developing Concepts Zygote,Blastocyst,Embryo,& Fetus
Distinguishing Characteristics Conception, Meitios, & Meiosis Embryonic disk forms attachment major organs Bone cells appear
The fetus is more vulnerable than the embryo teratogens True
Mono-zygotic twins are conceived from separate egg cells False
Ultrasounds is used in amniocentesis & CVS True
Nearly one third of all pregnancies result in miscarriage, most occurring in the first three months True
Fetal alcohol syndrome results in more severe symptoms than fetal alcohol effect. True
oxygen deprivation during delivery is associated with childhood schizophrenia True
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