Life span development 10-22(chap 9)

Life span development 10-22(chap 9) - Life span development...

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Life span development o Developmental psychology- age-related changes in the behavior/ mental processes from conception to death. o Nature vs Nurture Biological vs social environment Nature approach- AKA maturational approach – development proceeds in an orderly fashion, is result of genetics Nurture approach – AKA experience approach – emphasize importance of environment for development Middle ground – relative contribution of each. o Continuity and Discontinuity Continuity – development is gradual, additive process without sudden change Discontinuity – development is discontinuous, qualitative transformation Different stages of development Stability and Change – AKA early / later experience Early experience- experiences of infancy especially important for later development Later experience – early experiences are important development, but no more important than later experience. Interactionist view – aspects of both sides affect development
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