Chapter 1 Key terms
Chapter 1 Key terms Psy 1800
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Physical development Cognitive development Socialemotional development Child development Context Nature Nurture Temperament Maturation Sensitive period Universality Diversity Qualitative Changes Quantitative changes Stage theory Stage Theones Biological theories Behaviorism and social learning theories Psychodynamic theories COgnitive Developmental theories Cognitive process theories Sociocultural theories Developmental systems theories Developmentally appropriate practice exportchapter 1 psych Page 1 exportchapter 1 psych Changes in the body and the brain Changes in reasoning thought logic memory and concepts INcludes changes in emotions self concept motivation and many other things that can be dependent on social experiences Identify and explain persistent cumulative and progressive changes in cognitive physical and socialemotional development The broad environmental factors that influence a childs development including race ethnicity gender sexuality culture lang Inherited traits Traits that are developed through environmental factors A childs individual way of responding to a variety of stimuli changes that are guided by genetic coding and timing Time where a child is more prone to being influenced by outside factors than in another time Developmental changes that nearly everyone goes through Ex Puberty HIghly individual developmental changes Substantial changes in the way a child behaves or thinks Completely different than the previous or next qualitative change Slower more gradual changes in a childs behavior or thinking Like growing taller Children develop in ways that previous and the next stage are nothing like the current stage a period of development that is characterized by a particular way of behaving or thought organized systems peopleA have categorized development focuses on how genetics and physiological factors contribute to overall development Ideas that contribute most developmental changes to nurture or environmental factors FREUDA Though his ideas are predominantly disregarded he did iterate how important early childhood experiences can be i Are mainly about thinking processes and how they change as a child ages This is just about thinking processes How environment can affect a childs cognitive and physical development not just one system of theories is correct but rather taking all into account instruction and care based on appropriateness an age Page 2