Chapter 1 Notes
Chapter 1 Notes H_D 101
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Date Created: 09/04/15
HD101 Chapter 1 Notes What is Developmental Psychology 0 Developmental Psychology the study of what and how humans grow and change over time 0 Physical 0 Cognitive 0 Emotional 0 Social 0 Lifespan perspective Human development occurs over a lifetime 0 Not just until we reach adulthood Child Development Superstars contributors to the field 0 John Locke blank slate tabula rasa 0 Not born good or bad but the environment shapes who you are 0 JeanJacques Rousseau born inherently good 0 Predisposition to connect with others and treat each other well 0 G Stanley Hall the father of developmental psych in US 0 Adolescent development 0 Alfred Binet amp Theodore Simon primary contribution in IQ tests 0 The originators o IQ testing Adult Development Theorists 0 William PerryGisella LabouvieVief 0 KW Schaie 0 Focus on all developments in adulthood 0 Cognitive development in early adulthood 0 Social developments as we agechange Theories of Development 0 Behaviorism 0 How does behavior develop how does language develop tantrums athletic ability eating behaviors etc How and why do we behave in specific ways 0 Classical Conditioning I Responses to stimuli can be instinctive and can be learned 0 Operant conditioning I Become conditioned to behave in certain ways depending on how the environment operates on us Environment provides rewards or punishment that produce certain behaviors I Reinforcement of behavior leads to learning 0 Maturation 0 Physical development growing up 0 Psychoanalytic Perspective 0 Sex theories 0 Sigmund Freud 0 Inner psychic forces in con ict 0 Children are different from adults they thing and react in different ways emotional structure is different 0 We are all animals with basic drives with a primary drive of sex Erikson s Psychosocial Development 0 Focused on the development of I Emotional life I Psychological traits I Social relationships I Lifespan 0 Successful development involves resolving a series of crises Social Cognitive Theory 0 Albert Bandura bobo doll experiment 0 Emphasizes observational learning I Modeling Learning Perspective 0 How do we learn behaviors Cognitive developmental theory 0 Piaget I Increased cognitive sophistication results from maturation experience I Education and the way that we view childrens thinking abilities Biological perspective 0 Ecological 0 How is human affected by environment how do they shape it Sociocultural perspective 0 How we are affected and shaped by culture
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