HDFS 102 Ch 1 notes

HDFS 102 Ch 1 notes - The Development Through Life...

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Chapter 1: The Development Through Life Perspective The Development Through Life Perspective z Assumptions of the Text z Growth occurs at every period of life, from conception through very old age z Individual lives show continuity and change as they progress through time z We need to understand the whole person, because we function in an integrated manner z Behavior must be interpreted in the context of relevant settings and personal relationships z People contribute actively to their development The Development Through Life Perspective z A Psychosocial Approach: The Interaction and Modification of 3 Major Systems Produces Human Life z The biological system z The psychological system z The societal system z The psychosocial impact of poverty z Overview of the psychosocial approach Biological processes Socioemotional processes Cognitive processes Developmental Changes Are a Result of Biological, Cognitive, and Socioemotional Processes The Development Through Life Perspective Figure 1.1
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course HDFS 102 taught by Professor Whipple during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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