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Psychology in Action

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T EXT E NRICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 272 Learning Objectives 273 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 274 Teaching Resources 277 Lecture Lead-Ins 278 Lecture Extenders 279 Key Terms 281 Discussion Questions 282 Web Sites 283 Suggested Films and Videos 284 Books for Success 287 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 288 Brain-based Learning Activities 292 Critical Thinking Exercises 293 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 298 Writing Project 299 Instructor’s Resource Guide                               Chapter 9                                            Page  15                                        C HAPTER 9 LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENT I
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O utline Studying Development Theoretical Issues Research Methods Gender and Cultural Diversity Cultural Psychology's Guidelines for Developmental Research Physical Development Prenatal Period and Early Childhood Adolescence and Adulthood Cognitive Development Stages of Cognitive Development Assessing Piaget’s Theory Information Processing Social-Emotional Development Attachment Parenting Styles Research Highlight Romantic Love and Attachment Critical Thinking/Active Learning The Development of “Suicide Bombers” Instructor’s Resource Guide                               Chapter 9                                            Page  16                             
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  L earning O bjectives 9.1 Define developmental psychology. (p. 316) 9.2 Identify the three major issues in developmental psychology. (p. 317) 9.3 What are the two most common research methods in developmental psychology? (p. 318) 9.4 Describe cultural psychology’s four guidelines for developmental research. (p. 319) 9.5 Identify the three major stages of prenatal development. (p. 321) 9.6 What are the major hazards to prenatal development? (p. 322) 9.7 Summarize early childhood physical development. (p. 324) 9.8 Describe the major physical changes associated with adolescence and adulthood. (p. 327) 9.9 Identify primary aging, and compare the programmed and damage theories of aging. (p. 330) 9.10 Describe Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, and compare schema, assimilation, and accommodation. (p. 331) 9.11 Compare how children’s development changes during Piaget’s four stages. (p. 333) 9.12 Identify the major criticisms and contributions of Piaget’s theories. (p. 336) 9.13 Describe the information-processing model of cognitive development. (p. 338) 9.14 Define attachment, and discuss its contributions across the life span. (p. 340) 9.15 Discuss the three key parenting styles. (p. 340) 9.16 Discuss how infant attachment may be related to romantic love. (p. 343) 9.17 What motivates suicide bombers? (p. 344) Instructor’s Resource Guide                               Chapter 9                                            Page  17                             
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