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Child and Adolescent Development Final Study Guide

by: Meghan Cunningham

Child and Adolescent Development Final Study Guide EDUC 30143

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Here is the study guide I made from my notes for our final.
Child and Adolescent Development
Dr. Curby Alexander
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Child and Adolescent Development Final Exam Study Guide Child and Adolescent Development: A Conceptual Framwork Define and give an example for each Issue 1: Nature vs Nurture: Issue 2: Universality vs Diversity: Issue 3: Qaulitative vs Quantitative: Theory of Child Development: Biological Theory of Development: Behaviorism Theory: Social Learning Theory: Psychodynamic Theories: Social Cultural Theories: Cognitive Developmental Theory: Cognitive Process Theory: Developmental Systems Theory: Developmental Stages: Developmentally Appropriate Practice: Researching Children Define and give an example for each Epistemoloy: The Scientific Method: Principles of Research: Data Collection: Research Design: Family and Culture Define and give an example for each Effective Teaching Framework: Cradles: Family Dynamics: Four Family Relationships: Authoritative: Authoritarian: Permissive: Uninvolved: Culture: Individualist: Collectivist: Temperament: Prosocial Behavior: Friendship: Physical Development Infancy Through Adolescence Approaches to Child Birth: Medical Interventions: Birth Complications: Intervention For Preterm Infants: Newborn Capacities: Sensory Capasities: Physical Growth: Influences For Growth: Motor Development: Middle Childhood Physical Changes: Health Risks: Patterns of Play: Adolescences Physical Development: Health Issues: Brain Development Parts of the Brian: Myelination: Newborn Brain Development: Early Childhood Brain Development: Pruning: Adolescences Brain Development: Sensitive Period for Brain Development: Chronic Stress: Physical Development: Social Development: Cognitive Development: Emotional Development: Piaget’s Cognitive Development Define and give an example for each What are the four Basics for Piaget’s Cognitive Development? What are Piaget’s Four Stages? What are Piaget’s Sensory Motor Sub-Stages? What is Objective Performance? A – Not – B – Error: Deffered Imitation: Make – Believe – Play: Pre-Operational Stage: Egocentrism: Hierarchical Classification: Appearance Vs. Reality: Conservation: Dual Representation: Transductive: Artificalism: Magical Thinking: Reversal: What is the Concrete Operational Stage? Decentration: Reversability: Classification: Seriation: Transitive Inference: Spatial Reasoning: What are the 3 Characteristics of Metacognition? What is the Formal Operational Stage? Hypothetical – Deductive Reasoning: Propositional Thought: Vygotsky and Cognitive Development Compare and Contrast Piaget and Vygotsky: What is the Social Cultural Theory? Define and give an example for each Cognitive Tools: Social Speech: Private Speech: Inner Speech: What are the three examples of a more knowledgeable other? What are the zones of Proximal Development? Describe Each Theory Behaviorist: Natvist: Interactionalist Perspective: What is Vygotsky’s Sequence of Language Development? What is Fast Mapping? Mutual Exclusivity Bias: Syntactic Bootstrapping: Inventing Own Words: How does Grammar change during Child Development? What are Socially Adopted Language Skills? How do we measure intelligence? What Influences Intelligence? What is Emotional Intelligence? What did Howard Gardner say about Multiple Intelligence? What are examples of Literacy and Mathematical Reasoning in Early Childhood? What are examples of Literacy and Mathematical Reasoning in Middle Childhood? What are ways to help Adolescents Adjust to new Schools? Wat are the phases and influences of Vocational Development What are the affects of of Attention in children What are some problems with children who have ADHD? What are the three Memory Strategies? Social and Emotional Development Define and give an example for each: Erick Erikson’s Psychosocial Development Theory: Trust vs Mistrust: Autonomy vs Shame/Doubt: Initiative vs Guilt: Industry vs Inferiority: Identity vs Role Confusion: The Strengths and Limitations of Erikson’s Contemporary Perspectives: Types of Attachment: Stages of Early Attachment: Stages of Attachment Through Childhood: Types of Multiple Attachments: Secure Attachment in Later Development: Temperament: Determining Temperament: Temperament Types: Temperament Influences: Nature vs Nurture and Temperament: Personality Define and give an example for each: Personality: What are the dimesons of Personality? What are the basic Emotions? What are the Secondary Emotions? What are emotional Self Regulations? The Processes Steps: The Strategies: What are the Emotional Self Regulation Across Childhood? Depression: Anxiety: Conduct Disorder: Sense of Self and Identity Define and give an example for each: Sense of Self: Self Concept: Self Perception: Self Esteem: Developmental Trends: Sense of Self in Infancy: Sense of Self in Early Childhood: Sense of Self in Middle Childhood: Sense of Self in Adolescence: Perspective Taking: Personal Fable: James Marcia Identity Status Theory: Identity Diffusion: Identity Foreclosure: Identity Moratorium: Identity Achievement: Factors the Effect Identity Development: Social Cognition Define and give an example for each: Social Cognition: Theory of Mind: Development in Infancy: Development in Early Childhood: Development in Middle Childhood: Development in Early Adolescence: Development in Late Adolescence: Selman’s Theory: Selman’s Theory of Social Perspective Taking’s Levels: Social Cognitive Bias and Prejudice through Pre-School to Adolescence: Cultivating Social Cognition: Kohlberg’s Moral Development: Define and give an example for each: Stages of Moral Development Pre-Conventional Level: Stages of Moral Development Conventional Level: Stages of Moral Development Post-Conventional Level: Gilligan’s Stage in Women: Turiel’s Social Domain Theory: Moral Self-Relevance: Close Relationships: Other Positive Influences: Culture and Children’s Understanding of God: Prosocial Behavior and Aggression Define and give an example for each: Development of Prosocial Behavior: Orientations Towards Social Behavior stages: Aggression: Aggression through the Ages: Development of Aggression: Reactive Aggression: Proactive Aggression: Bullying: Aggression and Social Cognition: Bioecology: Environmental Influences Bioecology: Gender Bioecology: Individual Profiles Creating a Safe School Environment Levels: Media and Aggressive Behavior:


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