What other factors besides events were discussed in lecture as contributors to

What other factors besides events were discussed in

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- What other factors besides ‘events’ were discussed in lecture as contributors to your experience of your life’s road map? - Timing, Sequencing, Duration, and Transitions - Timing - Does it make a difference when you do something? - S.O.D.s – Start Over Dad’s - Timing of College Graduation when young vs. old - Sequencing - The actual order of life events. Is there overlap, is the life course orderly? - Duration - The number of years spent in each phase of life - Transitions - Roles changes frequently brought about a life event Appendix: Career in Life-Span Development - Education/Research - College/University Professor - Researcher - Elementary or Secondary School Teacher - Exceptional Children (Special Education) Teacher - Early Childhood Educator - Preschool/Kindergarten Teacher - Family and Consumer Science Educator - Educational Psychologist - School Psychologist - Gerontologist - Clinical/Counseling - Clinical Psychologist - Psychiatrist
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- Counseling Psychologist - School Counselor - Career Counselor - Rehabilitation Counselor - Social Worker - Drug Counselor - Medical/Nursing/Physical Development - Obstetrician/Gynecologist - Pediatrician - Geriatric Physician - Neonatal Nurse - Nurse-Midwife - Pediatric Nurse - Geriatric Nurse - Physical Therapist - Occupational Therapist - Therapeutic/Recreation Therapist - Audiologist - Speech Therapist - Genetic Counselor - Families/Relationships - Home Health Aide - Child Welfare Worker - Child Life Specialist - Marriage and Family Therapist Chapter 2: Biological Beginnings (Part 1- Genetic Foundation) - Darwin’s Main Arguments: - Described Natural Selection as the evolutionary process by which those individuals of a species that are best adapted to their environment are the ones most likely to survive and reproduce. - Those that do survive and reproduce pass on their characteristics to the next generation. - An intense, constant struggle for food, water, and resources must occur among the young of each generation, because many of them do not survive. - Genetic Variation: 1) Genetic Variation exists within a species, 2) Some genes confer traits that are more beneficial than others, 3) Individuals with those genes are more likely to survive and pass their genes onto the next generation, 4) Genes that help the
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