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Psych L?'S 8

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Explain the nature-nurture question
Identify & Describe the 3 stages of prenatal development
Explain the interaction of drugs & prenatal development
Describe the sensory & motor Development of children
Describe Piaget's theory of cognitive development as it applies to children
Discuss the emotional development of children, including different types of temperament and attachment
Describe Freud's psycho-sexual theory of development as it applies to children
Describe Erikson's psycho-social theory of development as it applies to children
Describe Bandura's social cognitive theory of development
Describe vulnerability & resiliency & explain how both may influence children's social development
Describe gender role development, including different explanations for how children acquire gender roles
Describe how puberty changes the bodies of girls and boys
Describe Piaget's theory of cognitive development as it applies to adolescence
Describe how brain development may influence the adolescents ability to reason and regulate emotions
Describe Kohlberg's theory of Moral Reasoning
Describe Baumrind's 3 parenting styles
Define personal Identity and self esteem and the different patterns of self-esteem in adolescence
Describe Freud's psycho-sexual theory of development as it applies to adolescence
Describe Erikson's psycho-social theory of development as it applies to adolescents
Describe physical and sexual changes during adulthood
Describe changes in cognition during adulthood
Describe Sternberg's triangular theory of love
Discuss the process of choosing a partner and making a long-term relationship commitment
Describe Erikson's psych-social theory of development as it applies to adults
Describe Kubler-Ross's stage theory of the adjustment process in accepting one's death
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