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Quiz Three Study Guide

by: MaKynna Lesinski

Quiz Three Study Guide Ed Found 235-003C

MaKynna Lesinski
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Child & Adolescent Development
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by MaKynna Lesinski on Monday December 14, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to Ed Found 235-003C at University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh taught by Professor Meyerson in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see Child & Adolescent Development in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh.

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Date Created: 12/14/15
Quiz 3 Review  Biological Basis of Puberty: o Grow 5 lbs & 2-3 inches per year in spurts o Definition: biological changes at adolescence that lead to adult size and sexual maturity o Pituitary Gland: releases GH affecting growth of all body tissue  Freud 1. Oral: 0-1 Years Old 2. Anal: 1-3 Years Old 3. Phallic: 3-5 Years Old 4. Latent: 5-6 Years Old 5. Genital: Puberty-Adult  Bronfenbrenner o Micro: Family, Friends, Sports o Meso: Family, Human Interactions o Exo: Local Government, Employeers Boss o Macro: Democracy, Mass Media o Chrono: All childs events, life experiences  Piaget Stage 4 o Formal Operational: Age 11-16, child can think, abstract thinking, leads to deep questions, hypothetical situations, possible outcomes.  Erikson’s Stages 4-8 o 4: Latency (Elementary): Industry vs. Inferiority o 5: (Adolescence): Identity vs. Role Confusion o 6: (Young Adulthood): Intimacy vs. Isolation o 7: (Middle Adulthood): Generatively vs. Stagnation o 8: (Maturity): Integrity vs. Despair  Baumrind Parenting Styles o Responsiveness: Warmth o Demandingness: Control/Rules Authoritative Permissive Authoritarian Uninvolved  Kohlberg and Justice o Focused on moral reasoning and wanted justice Preconventional Level o Obedience: Avoid Punishment o Hedonistic Orientation: Personal Needs  Conventional Level o Living up to what is expected: Please Others o Orientation to authority and duty: Conform to Law  Postconventional Level o Social Contract: Social Standards o Follow Universal Ethic Principles o Agape/ Grace: Love extended to all  Gilligan and Ethic of Care o Focused on gender bias o Levels 1-3 similar to Kohlberg o 1: Orientation Self o 2: Good/ Responsibility Others o 3: Focus on dynamitic of Self and Others  Selman and Perspective Taking o Perspective Talking: Capacity to imagine what others may be thinking or feeling o Level 0: Ages 3-6 Years Old: Egocentric Stage o Level 1: Ages 4-9 Years Old: Ability to understand o Level 2: Ages 7-12 Years Old: Ability to step into another persons shoes o Level 3: Ages 10-15 Years Old: child can step outside the situation and think how others may feel o Level 4: Ages 14-Adult Years Old: Understand that others can have different beliefs or values  Scientific Methods o Quantitative: Anything you can put a number into o Qualitative: Observed and cant be measured  Nature vs. Nurture o Nature: Genes/ Hereditary Factors o Nurture: Behavior traits from environments  Hall (Social Darwinist): 4 Stages o 1: Infancy 0-4 (Animal Stage) o 2: Childhood 4-8 (Pretend Play) o 3: Youth 8-12 (Child is Savage) o 4: Adolescence- Puberty adults (Child Replicates Society)  Accommodation vs. Assimilation o Accommodation: adapting/modifying existing knowledge o Assimilation: representing new information in term sof existing knowledge


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