PGS 101, Lec 9 (Psychological Development)

PGS 101, Lec 9 (Psychological Development) - Psychological...

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Prenatal Stages Germinal Stage (0-2 weeks): Zygote Incredibly rapid cell growth Embryonic Stage (2-8 weeks): Embryo Beginning development of vital body organs and systems Fetal Stage (8 weeks-birth): Fetus Organs finish developing, bone and muscle development. Baby starts kicking Sex organs start developing
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Attachment (Bond) Development Mary Ainsworth First person to study this subject, created the “Strange Situation” Secure Goes to play with the toys quickly Easily comforted and stops crying quickly. Baby goes back to the toys Anxious-ambivalent Slower to leave their caretaker, takes them a little longer to play with the toys. Cling to the caretakers Avoidant Fastest to play with the toys When caretaker comes back in room, they tend to ignore them.
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Overly-Dependent Overly-Independent
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Cognitive Development Piaget Used his children to develop his theories
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course PGS 101 taught by Professor Blan during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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PGS 101, Lec 9 (Psychological Development) - Psychological...

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