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Week 1 Chapter 1

by: Kamila Dona

Week 1 Chapter 1 5050

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Kamila Dona
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These notes highlight the most important parts of the book. Some if it will be covered in the Mid-Term and Final Exam.
Human Growth & Development
Prof. Brennan
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Human, development, Counseling, Psychology, sociology




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Date Created: 08/19/16
Chapter 1 - Psychosocial Approach 3 Major Systems: 1. Biological - Physical functioning →sensory capacities →motor responses →respiratory, endocrine & circulatory system 2. Psychological System - thinking, reasoning, making meaning of experiences →problem solving →language →develop & change over our lifespan - what changes us? 3. Social System - how do we get integrated into society? →language →social roles →rituals (wedding, birthdays) →cultural myths →Political/religious/ideologies →Poverty/War →Racism →social expectations - Psychosocial Crisis -arises when one must make psychological efforts to adjust to the demands of one's social environment at each stage of development - Central Process -links the individual's needs with the requirements of the culture at every life stage. -Radius of Signifcant Relationships - Prime Adaptive Ego Qualities -positive resolution of the psychosocial crisis; cope with the next stage .


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