PSYC110-Students-L15-Cognitive-Moral Development

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05/11/09 1 Developmental Psychology Study of lifelong, often age-related processes of change in the physical, cognitive, moral, emotional, and social domains of functioning
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05/11/09 2 Debates Nature vs. Nurture Stability vs. Change Continuity vs. Discontinuity
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05/11/09 3 Theories Psychoanalytic Result of satisfying Person’s biological urges Behaviorism Hull, drive-reduction theories Cognitive Theory Piaget, information-processing approach Ecological Systems Theory Role of culture and social relationships
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05/11/09 4 Useful terms Embryo vs. Fetus 49 th day Newborns Infancy 18-month
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05/11/09 5 NewBorns Babinski reflex - Fans out the toes when the sole is touched Moro reflex - Stretches out the arms and legs and cries in response to a loud noise Rooting reflex - Turns head toward light touch on cheek Sucking reflex - Makes sucking motions when something is placed in mouth Grasping reflex - Grasps vigorously something that touches palm/fingers
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05/11/09 6 Piaget Schemes Organized ways of interacting with the
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