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Physical development physiological makeup (nervous system)
Cognitive development mental processes and intellectual abilities
Personality development enduring characteristics that makes us unique
Social development interaction with others and relationships
prenatal period conception to birth
infancy/toddlerhood 0-3 years
preschool/ early childhood 3-5 years
childhood 5-12 (puberty)
adolescence 12 (puberty) - early 20's
early adulthood early 20's -early 30's
middle adulthood early 30's - early 60's
later adulthood early 60's - death
psychoanalysis (1st Force) emphasis on childhood experiences and unconscious motivation, which is typically not accessible to our awareness and beyond our control.
behaviorism (2nd force) focuses on overt behavior and environmental stimuli and responses.Results in rewards and punishment
humanistic (3rd force) behavior is purposeful and the result of a person's free will. all people possess an innate "actualizing tendency"
trans personal (4th force) interest in human experiences which are "trans-personal" of "trans-egoic" Studies the spiritual dimensions of humanity and transcendent state of consciousness.
cognitive psychology Behavior is the result of the development and changing in people’s thinking and understanding of their environment.
Created by: elvjimenez
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