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Child Development

chapters 1-4

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The bodies phyiscal make up physical development
growth and change in intellectual abilities --memory-- problem solving cognitive development
enduring characteristics that make us unique personality development
interactions with others social development
conception to birth prenatal
birth to age 3 infant & toddler
3 to 6 preschool
6 to 12 middle childhood
12 to 19 adolesence
first trimester ex. rubella-bad ex. bird song critical period
time when an organism is particularily affected by the environment, could happen earlier or later. ex. walking and talking sensitive period
psychosexual. unconcious forces determine personality. ex. sex, aggression, hunger Freud's psychoanalytic theory
pleasure-primitive ID
rational, reality, conscious EGO
conscience, the police man inside of you 5-6years SUPEREGO
ID, EGO, SUPEREGO 3 Components of personality
focus on social interactions. a conflict at each stage in life that must be resolved in order for you to be successful. establish identity Eriksons psychosocial theory
Stimulous substitution. learn to respond to a neutral stimulus (diesel, sweatpants, comfy clothes) classical conditioning
responding in a way that fits existing ideas assimilation
changes in exhisting ways of thinking accommodation
process of answering questions using careful controlled techniques scientific method
experimental group -independent variable -drug treatment group
get no treatment or alternative treatment control group
treatment-cause-what is manipulated independant variable
does not prove cause and effectconection correlation research
cant cause physical or mental harm informed consenthard to prove with children freedom from harm
ex. little kid beauty pagents informed consent
can only disguise the expiriment if it doesnt cause harm use of deception
confidentiality maintenance of privacy
Created by: paulysa