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16 Lesson Childhood and Moral

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Childhood and Moral Development ASSIGNMENT a. Study text Chapter 11 (pg 423-442). b. Complete Concept Checks 11.2 (pg 436) and 11.3 (pg 441). c. Review Questions: Chapter 11 practice test questions 2-9 (pg 467). LESSON OBJECTIVE 16.1 Summarize the concept of childhood development in terms of personality development, cognitive development, moral development, and attachment. PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES 16-1. Describe the role culture plays on motor skill development. Motor skill development varies based on the amount of pressure put on children to develop these skills. If a culture places a special emphasis on these skills they will be developed early, and vise versa. This demonstrates how environmental factors can accelerate of slow motor development. However, environment can only change development so much and similarities among cultures outweigh differences early in development. 16-2. Differentiate cross-sectional and longitudinal research. Longitudinal: investigators observe on group of participants repeatedly over time. Cross-sectional: investigators compare groups of participants of differing age at a single point in time 16-3. According to Ainsworth’s theory of attachment: a. Identify three types of attachment.
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