MyersAP-Unit09 - Unit 9 Developmental Psychology Unit...

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Unformatted text preview: Unit 9: Developmental Psychology Unit Overview • Prenatal Development and the Newborn • Infancy and Childhood • Parents and Peers • Adolescence • Adulthood • ReFections on Two Major Developmental Issues Click on the any of the above hyperlinks to go to that section in the presentation. Introduction •Developmental psychology –Nature versus nurture –Continuity and stages –Stability and change Prenatal Development and the Newborn Conception •Conception Prenatal Development •Zygote •Embryo •Fetus Prenatal Development •Placenta •Teratogens •Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) The Competent Newborn •Refexes •Habituation •Novelty-pre¡erence procedure •Sensation and perception Infancy Childhood Physical Development Brain Development •Brain development •Pruning process •Maturation Physical Development Motor Development •Motor development –Learning to walk Physical Development Maturation and Infant Memory •Infantile amnesia Cognitive Development •Cognition •Jean Piaget –Schema –Assimilation –Accommodation Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Sensorimotor Stage –Object permanence •“out of sight, out of mind” Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Sensorimotor Stage –Object permanence •“out of sight, out of mind” Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Sensorimotor Stage –Object permanence •“out of sight, out of mind” Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Preoperational Stage –Conservation Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Preoperational Stage –Conservation Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Preoperational Stage –Conservation Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Egocentrism Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Theory of Mind •Lev Vygotsky Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Concrete Operational Stage Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking •Formal Operational Stage –Abstract concepts Cognitive Development Piaget’s Theory and Current Thinking Cognitive Development Refecting on Piaget’s Theory •Infuential theory •Development is more continuous •Larger emphasis on social Factors •Vygotsky –Zone oF proximal development Cognitive Development •Autism Social Development •Stranger anxiety Social Development Origins of Attachment •Attachment –Body contact •Harry Harlow’s studies –Familiarity •Critical period •Imprinting •Sensitive period Social Development Attachment Di f erences: Temperament and Parenting •Ainsworth’s “strange situation” –Secure attachment –Insecure attachment Social Development Attachment Di f erences: Temperament and Parenting •Temperament –Easy, di f cult & slow to warm up babies •Erikson’s Basic trust Social Development Deprivation of Attachment...
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