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Unformatted text preview: I nt r oduct i on Core Issues in Development The Science of Development The importance of ethics in research Chi l dr en and Devel opment Development – pattern of change from conception, throughout the life span Children affected by Ca n Pa r e nt s Pr omot e Re s i l i e nc y i n The i r Chi l dr e n? Authoritarian parents who (rule with an iron fist) Permissive or "laissez-faire" parents rarely exert control, set few limits, offer few boundaries and provide little parental guidance or supervision. The democratic parenting style - Cor e I ssues i n Devel opment al Psychol ogy Nature and nurture Continuity and discontinuity Early–later experience Nat ur e ( bi ol ogi cal pr edi sposi t i ons) Also known as heredity, is your genetic code passed on to you from your parents. Some examples of nature or heredity: Nur t ur e ( envi r onment al i nf l uences) Cor e I ssues i n Devel opment al Psychol ogy Nature and nurture Continuity and discontinuity Early–later experience Cont i nui t y...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 315 taught by Professor Lindasinex during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.

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