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Psychology in Action

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T EXT E NRICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 302 Learning Objectives 303 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 304 Teaching Resources 306 Lecture Lead-Ins 307 Lecture Extenders 309 Key Terms 311 Discussion Questions 312 Web Sites 313 Suggested Films and Videos 314 Books for Success 316 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 317 Brain-Based Learning Activities 325 Critical Thinking Exercises 327 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 331 Writing Project 332 Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 10                                          Page  45              C HAPTER 10 LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENT II
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  O utline Moral Development Kohlberg’s Research Assessing Kohlberg’s Theory Critical Thinking/Active Learning Morality and Academic Cheating Personality Development Thomas and Chess' Temperament Theory Erikson's Psychosocial Theory Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood Marriage Families Research Highlight Children Who Survive Despite the Odds Critical Thinking/Active Learning Making Peace with Your Parents Work and Retirement Gender and Cultural Diversity Cultural Differences in Ageism Grief and Death Grief Attitudes Toward Death and Dying The Death Experience Applying Psychology To Everyday Life Dealing With Your Own Death Anxiety Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 10                                          Page  46        
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L earning O bjectives 10.1 What is the biological perspective on morality? (p. 350) 10.2 Describe Kohlberg’s three levels and six stages of moral development. (p. 351) 10.3 What area the three major criticisms of Kohlberg’s theory? (p. 351) 10.4 Describe Thomas and Chess’s temperament theory. (p. 354) 10.5 Describe Erikson’s eight psychosocial stages. (p. 355) 10.6 What are the major criticisms of Erikson’s stages? (p. 355) 10.7 How do individualistic versus collectivistic cultures affect personality development? (p. 357) 10.8 Discuss the major problems with long-term relationships. (p. 359) 10.9 Describe how work and retirement affect development. (p. 364) 10.10 What are the three major theories of aging? (p. 364) 10.11 Discuss the major cultural differences in ageism. (p. 365) 10.12 Describe grief and list its four stages. (p. 367) 10.13 Discuss cultural and age variations in attitudes toward death and dying. (p. 368) 10.14 What are Kübler-Ross’s five stages of death and dying, and what is thanatology? (p. 368) Instructor's Resource Guide                               Chapter 10                                          Page  47        
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C hapter S ummary/ L ecture O rganizer I. MORAL DEVELOPMENT - The section on moral development begins with a discussion of Kohlberg's three levels of reasoning.
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