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PGS 101 Exam 3 Study Guide DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH Mary Ainsworth- worked with infants Infant attachment style development - discovered mother-infant attachments fall into three categories Secure, anxious-ambivalent, avoidant Secure- easily comforted, has trust Anxious- ambivalent—longest to leave caretaker, not easily comforted Avoidant- play with toy immediately, not upset when caretaker leaves, ignores them upon return Piaget- worked with own children, developed and tested theories (cognitive development) Erikson- developed Psychosocial Model - Trust vs. Mistrust- 1 year old; “Are my basic needs being met?” - Autonomy vs. Shame Doubt- 2-3 years old; “Can I do things by myself?” - Initiative vs. Guilt- 4-6 years; “Am I good or bad?” - Industry vs. Inferiority- 6 years- Puberty; “Am I worthless?” - Identity vs. Confusion- Adolescence’ “Who am I?” - Intimacy vs. Isolation- Early adulthood; Capable of a relationship? - Generatively vs. Self Absorption- middle adulthood; will I produce something of value? - Integrity vs. Despair- Late adulthood; “Have I lived a full life?” Marcia- developed four identity statuses - Identity diffusion- rudderless apathy - Identity foreclosure- premature commitment to visions, values and roles - Identity moratorium- delaying commitment for a while to experiment with alternative ideologies and careers - Identity achievement- arriving at a sense of self and direction after some consideration of alternative possibilities Kohlberg- theory focuses on moral reasoning rather than overt behavior Three levels of moral development - preconventional level- external authority - Conventional Level- see rules as necessary for maintaining social order - Post conventional Level- working out a personal code of ethics Prenatal development- Conception to birth Embryonic- (2-8 weeks) Embryo Fetal stage- (8 weeks to birth) Fetus- sex organs develop US vs. Germany vs. Japan infant attachments Japan- Most secure and anxious ambivalent Germany- Most Avoidant US- low but similar #’s for Avoidant and Anxious ambivalent
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Cognitive development- Transitions in young peoples patterns of thinking, including reasoning, remembering, and problem solving Sensorimotor period- from birth- 2 years----- child works on sensory input and motor output Object permanence- child recognizes that objects continue to exist even when they are no longer
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