Lecture notes week 1
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Components of the eld of Human Development This eld is 0 Scienti c 0 Applied o Interdisciplinary What is a Theory gt Internet de nition an idea or set of ideas that are intended to explain facts gt an orderly integrated set of statements that describe explain and predict behavior Basic lssue within the eld of Human Development 1 a Continuous exible already contained as children b Discontinuous quotstage theoriesquot step by step processes a It s important to realize that we have a unique combination of biological and environmental forces b Context matters 3 a Nature biology heredity b Nurture in uences from physical and social world The Lifespan Perspective gtA eld motivated towards balance 0 Lifelong o Multidimensional amp multidirectional 0 Highly malleable o In uenced by many factors Important amp Key Theories gt Psychoanalytic theories 0 Freud and Erikson 0 They focused on o Iceberg analogy Completely underwater Partially underwaterat surface 39 Above surface o mediator o moral reasoning very black and white develops around 35 years of age 0 I primal desires anger sexual hunger thirst etc Stage Age Focus Key task Could possibly lead to Oral 01 MOUth Weaning Smoking eatmg disorders Anal 23 Anus Toilet training Chrome resentment of parents perfectionismtype A personality Phallic 45 Genitals Identify Adult Overfeteendheneym Difference between Roles re a 39Ons 35 males and females Latency 612 None Social SOCIaI anXIety Relations Genital Pu berty Genitals Intimate Sex adq39Ct39on39 Relations severe Insecurity 0 Erik Erikson 19021994 0 8 stages throughout the lifespan Facing psychosocial crises at each stage 0 Major opposing point from Freud Schema Adaptation Assimilation Accommodation 0 Cat example Adaptation a child s rst encounter with a cat basic observable information Assimilation Encounters a dog for the rst time assumes the fourlegged animal with fur is a cat Accommodation Learns difference between cats and dogs gets new information 4 cognitive stages to be learned throughout the semester Basic setup Input amp Output 1 2 expedences Behavioral response 0 Continuous theory U39lbUUNH Attention Memory Organize Processing speed Metacognition quotthinking about thinkingquot direct result of psychoanalytic theories oWatson Pavlov Skinner 0 Classical amp Operant conditioning Built on principles of Behaviorism Social Learning theory expanded 0 Albert Bandura o Lev Vygotsky prominent Russian psychologist O O Context of social interaction and learning from the MKO quotMost Knowledgeable Otherquot Private Speech main example young children talking to themselves it usually gradually becomes internalized Transmission of culture to a new generation