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EDPR Study Guide

by: Rosie Greer

EDPR Study Guide EDPR 2111

Rosie Greer
University of Memphis
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Date Created: 09/29/16
EDPR 1. Define lifespan development.  2. What are the characteristics of lifespan development?  3. What do we mean by the term multidimensional?  4. What are intraindividual changes and interindividual differences?  5. What is context and how is it relevant in development?  6. What is a societal culture? 7. What do we mean by the term plasticity?  8. What are the developmental periods?  9. What are three sources of contextual influences?  10. Explain the developmental issue of nature vs. nurture.  11. Explain the developmental issue of continuity vs. discontinuity.  12. Explain the developmental issue of stability vs. change.  13. What is a cross­sectional study? What are its limitations?  14. What is a longitudinal study? What are its limitations?  15. What is a cohort effect?  16. Describe conception in terms of genes, chromosomes, and DNA.  17. What are the 3 stages of development from conception to birth?  18. What are teratogens, and when are developing humans most vulnerable to them?  19. What are cephalocaudal and proximodistal patterns?  20. What are some of the issues of middle childhood?  21. Define puberty.  22. Describe the secular trend.  23. Explain maturation timing effects.  24. What is body image? EDPR 2111 EXAM 1 Review  25. Describe the 3 different body types. Include the theorist responsible for this.  26. Which senses start decreasing in middle adulthood? Older adulthood?  27. What is toxic stress?  28. Define classical conditioning, including a theorist and what s/he theorized. How does it  work? 29. Define operant conditioning, including a theorist and what s/he theorized. How does it work? 30. What is a stimulus? A reaction? What’s the relationship between the two?  31. What is extinction? What is counter­conditioning?  32. Define reinforcement and give examples of both kinds.  33. Define punishment and give examples of both kinds.  34. Describe and explain two schedules of reinforcement.  35. Define social learning theory, including a theorist and what s/he theorized.  36. What is vicarious learning?  37. Explain expectancy theory.  38. Describe the four parenting styles and the characteristics of the children from eac


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