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Basic Concepts and Methods Chapter 1 The well-being of the adult is intimately connected with the kind of life that he had when he was a child… Whatever affects the child affects humanity, for it is in the delicate and secret recesses of his soul that a man’s education is accomplished. - Maria Montessori
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Philosophical Roots Original sin (Augustine of Hippo) Empiricism/blank slate (Locke) Innate goodness (Rousseau)
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Scientific Roots Evolution (Darwin) Norms (Hall) Maturation (Gesell)
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Development Domains: - Physical - Cognitive - Socioemotional Periods: - Prenatal (conception-birth) - Infancy/toddlerhood (birth-2) - Early childhood (2-6) - Middle childhood (6-12) - Adolescence (12-18)
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Nature vs. Nurture Biological vs. environmental Continuity vs. incontinuity
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Ecological Approach Beyond family environment Characteristics of individual Characteristics of larger society Vulnerability vs. resilience Gender
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Patterson’s Model of Antisocial Development
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Research Methods and Designs Descriptive Experimental Age-related Cross-cultural
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Descriptive Method Case studies Naturalistic observation Laboratory observation Correlations
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Ch.1&2[1] - Basic Concepts and Methods Chapter 1...

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