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Lifespan 11,12,13

Berger

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The period from age 7-11. middle childhood
A body weight that is 20-29 percent above the weight that is considered ideal for the person's age and height. overweight
A body weight that is 30 percent or more above the weight that is considered ideal for the person's age and height. obesity
A process by which thoughts and actions are repeated in sequence so often that they become automatic, or routine, and no longer require much conscious thought. automatization
The potential to learn, or master, a particular skill or body of knowledge. aptitude
Piaget's term for the ability to reason logically about the things and events that one perceives. concrete operational thought
Kohlberg's first level of moral reasoning, in which emphasis is placed on getting rewards and avoiding punishments. preconventional moral reasoning
Kohlberg's second level of moral reasoning, in which emphasis is placed on social rules. conventional moral reasoning
Kohlberg's third level of moral reasoning, in which emphasis is placed on moral principles. postconventional moral reasoning
In Gilligan's view, the tendency of females to be reluctant to judge right and wrong in absolute terms because they are socialized to be nurturant, compassionate, and nonjudgemental. morality of care
In Gilligan's view, the tendency of males to emphasize justice over compassion, judging right and wrong in absolute terms. morality of justice
The mechanism that puts memory, processing speed, and knowledge together in order to regulate the analysis and flow of information within the information processing system. control processes
The ability to screen out distractions and to focus on the details tha twill help in later recall of information. selective attention
Thinking about thinking, or the ability to evaluate a cognitive task to determine how bvest to accomplish it, and then to monitor and adjust one's performance on that task. metacognition
A perspective that highlights how the school-aged child advances in learning, cognition, and culture, building on maturation and experience to become more articulate, insightful, and competent. social cognitive theory
The tendency to assess one's abilities, achievements, social status, and other attributes by measuring them against those of other people, especially one's peers. social comparison
Referring to children who are actively rejected by their peer group because of their aggressive, confrontational behavior. aggressive-rejected
Referring to children who are actively rejected by their peer group because of their withdrawn, anxious behavior. withdrawn-rejected
Created by: blueangel0693