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Kozier Chapter 20

Chapter 20

Temperanment way individuals respond to their external and internal environent-set the stage for the interactive dynamics of growth and development
Maturation differentiation and refining of abilities and skills based on in-born timetable
Personality encompasses a person's temperament, feelings, character traits, independence, self-esteem, self-concept, behavior, ability to interact w. others. adapt to life changes
Unconscious mind the part of a person mental life of which the person is unaware
Defense echanisms/adaptive mechanisms results of conflicts bw ID impulses and the anxiety created by the conflicts due to social and environmental reactions
Fixation immobilization/inablity of the personality to proceed to the next step
Developmental stages levels of achievement-proposed by Erikson
Havighurst believed that learning is basic to life and that people continue to learn throughout life
Peck believes that although physical capabilities and functional decrease w. old age, mental and social capacities tend to increase in te latter part of life
Gould believes that transformation is a central theme during adulthood
Piaget cognitive development is an orderly, sequential process in which a variety of new expierence (stimuli) must exist before intellectual abilities can develop
Kohlberg reasons an individual makes a decision addresses moral development in children and adults
Gilligan reported that women oten consider the dilemmas Kohlberg used in his research to be irrelevant
Fowler describes the development of faith as a force that gives meaning to a person's life
Accomodation process of change
Adaptation coping behavior, ability to handle to the damand made by the environment
Moral relating to right and wrong
Morality refers to the requirement necessary for people to live together in society
Moral Behavior way a person perceives those requirements and respond to them
Attachement lastly strong eotional bond to others, and that infant caregiver relationships is the first such attachement
Cognitive Developement manner which people learn to think, reason and use language and other symbols.
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