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HDFS2200 Chapter 1 outline

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HDFS2200 Chapter 1 outline HDFS 2200

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Study Guide for Chapter 1 These notes cover what is going to be on the final exam
Introduction to Human Development
Melissa Landers-Potts
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Thea Tian on Thursday September 8, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HDFS 2200 at University of Georgia taught by Melissa Landers-Potts in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 99 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Human Development in Family and Consumer Sciences at University of Georgia.

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Date Created: 09/08/16
Lifelong Biological Multidimensional Cognitive Socioemotional Multidirectional Characteristics the capacity for change 3 Types of Influences Plastic Multidisciplinary Normative age-graded influences THE LIFE-SPAN PERSPECTIVE Contextual Normative history-graded influences Non-normative life events Growth, Maintenance, and Regulation of Loss 3 goals of human development Co-construction of Biology, Culture, and Individual Health and Well-Being Parenting and Education Culture Ethnicity Some Contemporary Concerns Socioeconomic Status(SES) ---A grouping of Sociocultural Contexts and Diversity people with similar occupational, educational, and economic characteristics Gender Social Policy changes in physical nature Inextricably Intertwined Biological Processes changes in thought process, intelligence, and language Cognitive Processes Socioemotional Processes changes in relationships with other people, emotions, and personality THE NATURE OF DEVELOPMENT Biological, Cognitive, and Socioemotional Processes Periods of Development Chronological Age The Significance of Age Conceptions of Age Biological Age Psychological Age Social Age Nature&Nurture Developmental Issues Stability&Change Continuity&Discontinuity HDFS Chapter 1 Freud's Theory id,ego,superego psychosexual stages Basic trust v. mistrust---Birth to 1 year Autonomy v. shame and doubt---1-3 years Initiative v. guilt---3-6 years Psychoanalytic Theories Industry v. inferiority---6-11 years Erikson's Psychosocial Theory Identity v. role confusion---Adolescence Intimacy v. isolation---Early Adulthood Generativity v. stagnation---Middle Adulthood Ego integrity v. despair---Late Adulthood Piaget's Cognitive Developmental Theory Vygotsky's Sociocultural Cognitive Theory how culture and social interaction guide cognitive development Cognitive Theories The Information-Processing Theory Stimulus--Response THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENT Classical Conditioning(John Watson) Behavioral and Social Cognitive Theories Reinforcers and Punishments Operant Conditioning(B.F. Skinner) Modeling Social Learning(Bandura) John Bowlby: Focus on Attachment--- Ethological Theories baby&caregiver Konrad Lorenz: Imprinting (phase-sensitive learning) Ecological Theories Bronfenbrenner's (Bio) ecological theory Eclectic Theoretical Orientation


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