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Part 1 Psych

Child and Adolescent Psych

Periods of Development Prenatal, Infancy, Early Childhood, Middle Childhood, Adulthood
Domains of Development Social, Cognitive, Emotional, Physical
Development is... Orderly and predictable
Sigmund Freud (Psychodynamic) Oral, Anal, Phallic (oedipus/electra), Latency, Genital
Piaget (Constructionist) Sensory Motor Stage, Preoperational stage, concrete operations, formal operations
Erik Erikson (Psychosocial) Healthy/Unhealthy outcomes
Vygotsky (sociocultural) language and culture
Zome of Proximal Development Learn best independently, occasionally a mentor steps in and helps, then continues independently
Ways to collect info: Naturalistic observation, Experiments
genetype doesn't change, inhereted by parents
phenotype physical makeup, visible, can change
Klienfelters syndrome Males have extra x chromosome (xxy), never go through puberty
Prenatal Germinal, embryonic, fetal
Germinal in fallopian tube, cells divide, implant themselves on uterine wall
Embryonic amnion: contains water, chorian: protective layer, placenta: nutrients and oxygen to baby
Fetal 8 wks- Delivery
Apgar Scoring System heart rate,respiratory, muscle tone, reflex, and color
Brazelton Visual and auditory, Pull to sit, Cuddliness, Defense movements, self-quieting technique
Created by: sampsonjennal
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