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Week 2 of CHLD252 notes

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Week 2 of CHLD252 notes Chld 252

Jamie Innocenzi
CSU Chico
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Child Developement
Shelley Hart
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Date Created: 02/05/16
CHLD252 Week 2 Notes Heredity and the Enviroment: Typical Development:   Radio Interview:  ­The most important thing to look for in infancy is if they can hear. ­ They start walking at 8 ¾ mo. to 17 mo., they start reading at 6.5 years ­ You cannot hurry a child’s development ­ Socio­emotional readiness is more important than knowing your ABC’s when entering  kindergarten ­Children have to be provided with a certain environment to become socio­emotionally  developed Major Theories:  Psychoanalytic: Freud­ unconscious drives Erick Erickson­ 8 stages of development and crises  Behavioral and Social Learning:  Watson and Skinner­ behavior consequences, before­during­after Vendura­ Social Interactions, stimulants, learning my watching  Cognitive: Piaget­ simulation and accommodation, schemas, process Vigotski­ social relationships, information processing  Systems:  Bronfenbrenner: systems (ex:miro and exo)  Biological Conrad L.­ ethology, evolution, the brain What Develops?:   Development is influenced by interaction of various factors: biological, psychological  and social Prenatal Development II: PTC: When plants have a bitter taste; CCG can taste the PTC Hereditability: mathematical estimate of degree of influence for a given trait or behavior. Higher  values= stronger genetic influence  Prenatal Development: starts at conception in the fallopian tube  Ways of Conception: artificial conception, In Virto fertilization, Cryopreservation, assisted in  vivo fertilization, surrogate motherhood Stages of Prenatal Development:  1. Germanal: 0­14 days  2. Embryonic stage: 3­8wks 3. Fetal Stage: 9wks­ birth Patterns of Development:   Cephalocaudal­ head to tail development  Proximodistal­ center and out development Teratogens: any substance that can disrupt prenatal development


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