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Chapter 1 and 2

by: Jennifer Littlejohn

Chapter 1 and 2 Educational Foundations 230

Jennifer Littlejohn
Michelle Raasch

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jennifer Littlejohn on Sunday September 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Educational Foundations 230 at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater taught by Michelle Raasch in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (GI) in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater.

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Date Created: 09/13/15
09102015 Child Development 0 Nature 0 Biological Development Nurture 0 Environment 0 Parents 0 Home 0 School environment Foundations of Development Heredity o Traits from parents Ear Lobes Environment 0 Nurture o Aggression 0 Patients Hereditary Diseases 0 Down Syndrome o Fragile X Syndrome o Hemophilia Failure to clot Genetic Medication speci c No contact sports Baby proof things Personality changestimidoutcast Identi cation CardBracelet PTSD Family social environment 0 Most important Prenatal Development Womb environment increases prematurely Birth 3 0 Program is in home 0 34 0 Program is in schools 0 Early childhood Conceonn Major organs forming 12 Weeks Developed Organs 2rml Trimester Growing organs Bones Hair Working organs Interact with the environment 26 Weeks 0 Too early for birth 3ml Trimester Prepping to be born 0 Waiting for lungs to mature Lifespan Development A Topical Approach An Orientation to Lifespan Development Determining the Nature and Nurture of Lifespan Development Lifespan Development 0 Field of study that examines patterns of growth charge and stability in behavior that occur throughout the lifespan Physical Development 0 Development involving the body39s physical makeup including the brain nervous system muscles and senses and the need for food drink and sleep Cohort o A group of people born out around the same time in the same place Theoretical Perspectives Psychodynamic Perspective 0 Stating that behavior is motivated by inner forces memories and con icts that are beyond people s awareness Psychoanalytic Theory 0 Unconscious forces act to determine personality and behavior Freud Psychosexual Development 0 Several steps that satis es the needs for sexual wants as a growing adult Freud Behavioral Perspective 0 Keys to understand development are observation behavior and outside stimuli in the environment Lifespan Development A Topical Approach Chapter 2 Genetics Prenatal Development and Birth Genech Fragile X chromosome 0 Disorder produced by injury to a gene on the X chromosome producing mild to moderate mental retardation Temperament 0 Patterns of arousal and emotionality that represents consistent and enduring characteristics in an individual Germinal Stage 0 The rst and shortest stage of the prenatal period which take place during the rst 2 weeks following conception Teratogen 0 Environment agent such as a drug chemical virus other factors that produces a birth defect Episiotomy o Incision sometimes made to increase the size of the opening of the vagina to allow the baby to pass


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