HD2610_exam1_study_guide - HD/PSYCH 2610: Study Guide for...

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HD/PSYCH 2610: Study Guide for Exam 1 (Monday 09/21/09) This list is intended to be a guideline to assist you in your preparation for the exam. For each of the topics listed below, you should be familiar with the following aspects: Major examples and studies highlighting these concepts The ages at which various developmental changes occur (and the stages) The subcomponents of all concepts listed below Criticisms, limitations, advantages, and disadvantages of the concepts Names associated with each theory MAJOR THEMES Human Nature (Hobbes, Rousseau, Locke), Hare article: ways in which other animals differ from and are similar to humans in how they solve social problems Nature versus Nurture (Holistic Interactionism) Active versus Passive Learning (Reciprocal Determinism) Continuity versus Discontinuity Universal versus Particularistic Development Kaler & Freeman: Development in Romanian orphans – specific findings METHODOLOGY Scientific Method (reliability, validity, objectivity)
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