The Study of Human Development-1

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/23/11 TEL 315_Hassert The Study of Human Development TEL 315_Hassert 2/23/11 TEL 315_Hassert What is human development & why study it? Scientific study of change and stability throughout human life span 3 major domains: Physical Cognitive Psychosocial TEL 315_Hassert 2/23/11 TEL 315_Hassert Life Span Development Prenatal Infancy to toddlerhood Early childhood Middle childhood Adolescence Young adulthood Middle adulthood TEL 315_Hassert 2/23/11 TEL 315_Hassert Life Span Development Prenatal (conception- birth) Infancy to toddlerhood (birth - 3 yrs) Early childhood (3 - 6 yrs) Middle childhood (6 -11 yrs) Adolescence (11 - 20 yrs) Young adulthood (20 40 yrs) Middle adulthood (40 65 yrs) TEL 315_Hassert 2/23/11 TEL 315_Hassert Nature vs. Nurture Heredity: Inborn traits/ characteristics inherited from biological parents Environment: Non-hereditary influences (experiential) TEL 315_Hassert 2/23/11 TEL 315_Hassert...
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course TEL 315 taught by Professor Petrolle during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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