Introduction%20to%20the%20course%20and%20human%20development-%20BB

Introduction%20to%20the%20course%20and%20human%20development-%20BB

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Human Development Across the Lifespan DFST 1013-001 Julie Leventhal, M.S. Tuesday, Thursday – 8:00 – 9:20 am
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Goals Introduction to the course Who I am What you will learn Syllabus Course Overview Course Requirements Schedule Introduction to human development
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Introduction to Child Development What is development? Three domains Cognitive Physical Social-Emotional Ages and Stages
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Domains of Development Domain Changes in Physical Body size & proportions, appearance Cognitive Intellectual abilities Emotional and Social Emotional communication
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Ages and Stages Prenatal Conception to birth Infancy and Toddlerhood Early Childhood Middle Childhood 6 to 11 years Adolescence Early Adulthood Middle Adulthood 40 to 65 years Late Adulthood
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Critical Concepts in Development Nature vs. Nurture Continuity vs. Discontinuity Lifespan perspective Individual differences
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Nature and Nurture Nature Inborn, biological factors.
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