Intro to Lifespan

Intro to Lifespan - Growth is Multidirectional Infancy...

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Growth is Multidirectional Prenata l Early Adulthood Infancy Early childhood Middle Childhood Adolescence Middle  Adulthood Later  Adulthood
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Periods of Development Prenatal Conception to birth Infancy and Toddlerhood Birth to 2 years Early Childhood 2 to 6 years Middle Childhood 6 to 11 years Adolescence 11 to 18 (or 20) years Early Adulthood 18 (or 20) to 40 years Middle Adulthood 40 to 65 years Late Adulthood 65 years to death
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Figure 1.10 Age in terms of physical health Biological age Social roles and expectations relative to chronological age Social age Number of years since birth Chronological age Adaptive capacity compared with others of the same chronological age Psychological age Is Chronological Age Becoming Less Important?
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Is Development Continuous or Discontinuous?
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Freud’s Psychosexual Stages Oral (Age 0-2) Anal (Age 2-4) Phallic (Age 4-5) Latency (Age 6-puberty) Genital (puberty+
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Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages Basic trust v. mistrust Birth to 1 year
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