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HD/PSYCH 2610: Study Guide for Final Exam Thursday 12/17 2PM, Morrison Hall 146 This list is intended to be a guideline to assist you in your preparation for the final 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 *FIFTY QUESTIONS WILL COME FROM THIS MATERIAL: MORAL DEVELOPMENT Batson & Thompson (2001): moral hypocrisy, overpowered integrity: key differences, methods, studies, and empirical findings THE FAMILY Family systems theory (Family life cycle, Social systems, Transactional model, Nuclear family, Direct effects, Second-order / secondary effects) Historical changes in the Family System (Moving off the farm, Smaller family size, Increased schooling) Dimensions/Patterns of Parenting (Acceptance / responsiveness, Demandingness / control, Authoritarian, Authoritative, Permissive, Uninvolved – pattern details & child outcomes) Parental Control (behavioral versus psychological) Siblings (Sibling rivalry, Positive influences, Sibling Attachment – Stewart, 1983) TELEVISION Television Reality (Wright et al., 1994 – television literacy, findings) Television & Aggression (Views - Catharsis Hypothesis - Feshbach, 1970; Social-learning Theory - Bandura, 1973; Liebert & Baron, 1972) PEERS Age segregation (Ellis et al., 1981; Larson and Richards, 1991 – companionship & affect) Deviant friends (Brendgen et al., 2000) AGING OVERVIEW The graying of America: Percentage of the United States Population Over the Age of 65 from 1910-2030; the rectangularization of society Positive Aging Trajectory: aspects of improved emotion regulation; changes in affect; emotional control BIOCULTURAL COEVOLUTION & SELECTIVE OPTIMIZATION WITH COMPENSATION (SOC – Baltes, 1997) Gains & losses – three major aspects and trajectories of biocultural coevolution Testing The Limits Research Allocation of Resources Three processes involved in SOC & examples WISDOM
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Declines in fluid mechanics versus maintained crystallized pragmatics Components & definition – contrast with intelligence Method for data collection – think aloud protocol – contrast with interviews
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