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Chapter 11 Lifespan development- development from birth through old age Data Source -Kinsey interviewed 432 kids ages 4 to 14 -hard to study Childs experiences for ethical reasons Infancy (0 to 2) Freud – infants have sexual urges and engage in sexual behavior First intimate relationship with mom Self Stimulation -Infants observed fondling themselves -some cultures, adults fondle genitals to keep them quiet -orgasm possible Infant Sexual Encounters - hug, pat, kiss, stroke Nongential sensual experiences -cuddling, sucking Attachment - Bond with infant and caregiver -Know differences between boy and girl by 2 ½ to 3 years old Early Childhood (3 to 7 years old) Masturbation – 15% males, 20 % females – a college study says Heterosexual – playing doctor - Primal scene experience – first learn about heterosexual behavior by seeing or hearing parents - Same sex gender maybe more common Sex Knowledge – 3 years different position to pee - turn to peers for information on sex Preadolescences (8 to 12 years old)
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