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School: Auburn University
Department: Human Development
Course: Lifespan Human Development in Family Context
Professor: Carol Roberson
Term: Summer 2015
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Name: HDFS 2010 study guide exam 2
Description: this study guide covers information for test and chapter 6-10
Uploaded: 10/22/2017
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background image HDFS 2010 STUDYGUIDE TEST 2 CHAPTERS 6-10 Study tips:  1) Review   the   posted   test   2   reading   guide.   This   professor   does   an excellent job of outlineing what she thinks  is  important information.
This will also save you a lot of time if you read the book.
2) READ THE BOOK. Reading the book will help you learn vocabulary and get context for the many terms reviewed in class.  3) Review/ download my class notes. They include things this professor highlighted in class and detailed book notes. I always read the entire
chapter the week before to stay ahead. 
4) Use the connect Study section for each chapter. This is a very efficient way to review material because it checks off things you know and will
repeat   the   concepts   you   struggle   with   until   you   get   them   correct.
Completing half of each chapter’s study questions (they normally have
about   150)   is   normally   sufficient   to   ensure   you   understand   each
chapter.  
5) Get some real-world experience! A lot of this class is made easier when you   have   experiences   to   match   with   vocabulary.   For   example,   I’ve
been working at various day cares for 5 years so chapters 6-12 are all
things I can identify with and remember. Creating examples is a great
way to not only study but retain information indefinitely.  
Chapter 6 (Infancy) Vocabulary to know:   Reciprocal Socialization-bi-directional socialization    Scaffolding-   (This   was   mentioned   in   every   chapter   so   it’s   probably
important)   instruction   followed   by   removal   of   instructor   to   let   child
experiment and figure things out
Concepts / People to know Concept: Temperament  (we discussed this a lot in class)  Chess and Chase : created 3 classifications for temperament: easy children, difficult children and slow to warm up children.  Rothbart   and   Bates :3   types   of   temperament:   Extraversion   vs   urgency (sensation   seeking),   negative   affectivity   (fear   or   frustration)   and   effortful
control 
Concept: Childcare:  High quality childcare provides a safe and active learning space for children. Activities are mentally stimulating and enriching Concept:  Erikson has 2 stages for infancy: Trust vs Mistrust and Autonomy vs Shame   and   Doubt.   During   this   part   of   development,   it   is   important   for
individuals to begin to explore independence (autonomy). 
Concept:   there are many types of crying that all mean different things and elicit different responses.  
A   reflexive   smile   is   not   due   to   external   stimuli   while   a   social   smile   is
produced by an external stimulus.  
Practice Questions:  
background image 1) Describe   Bowlby’s   conceptualization   of   attachment   (what   are   the   4 steps)? 2) Who is Harlow? What was the significance of his experimentation and research with monkeys?  3) What differences arise between maternal and paternal parenting styles (something like this was on a quiz and missed by many people so it is
likely to be repeated). 
4) Who   helps   develop   a   child’s   emotions?   Why   are   these   emotions important   and   how   do   we   regulate   said   emotions?   Remember   that
emotions   are   center   in   the   temporal   lobe,   limbic   system   a   d
furthermore the amygdala.  
Additional notes: This chapter focuses a lot on parental interaction and how
parents   coach,   mentor,   and   interact   with   children.   Understanding   the
different elements of the parent-child relationship is most important in this
chapter and this test in general.   It is also important to note the changing
parenting structure: increased paternal care, more working moms etc. 
Chapter 7 (Early Childhood)  Vocabulary to know:  Egocentrism-     a   self-centered   opinion/   not   being   able   to   see   other
perspectives. 
Animism- giving life/ human qualities to inanimate objects Theory of mind-children’s explanations of other’s thoughts  Fast Mapping- making connections between words and references Centration- focusing on one element in a situation to the exclusion of
others.
Executive function: ability to deal with difficult problems or mental task Concepts/ People to know: Concepts:  the   increase   in   weight   and   height   is   affected   by   factors   such   as
nutrition and ethnic background. 
Lower socioeconomic standing may lead to malnutrition, less exercise,
and less stimulating environments.
Obesity   is   a   major   problem   in   the   US   and   can   lead   to   many   other
physical health issues as well as decrease in cognitive functions.  
Preoperational Stage (age 2-7) This is Piaget’s second stage during this
stage action as re viewed as reversible.   The first sub stage of this
cognitive stage is the symbolic functions stage.  
Person: Vygotsky  and zone of proximal development: these are various task too difficult for a child to master alone.  Scaffolding can come into
play her (varying levels of support) Vygotsky emphasizes the role of
social interactions in development.  
22% of children/ adolescents are exposed to cigarette smoke Piaget’s   preoperational   (207   years   old)   we   see   the   emergence   of
symbolic thought and reasoning as well as increase curiosity. 

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School: Auburn University
Department: Human Development
Course: Lifespan Human Development in Family Context
Professor: Carol Roberson
Term: Summer 2015
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Name: HDFS 2010 study guide exam 2
Description: this study guide covers information for test and chapter 6-10
Uploaded: 10/22/2017
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