E 19 the idea that development is influenced by

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__e_ 19. The idea that development is influenced by culture, social groups, relationship, genetics, and even human evolution. __a_ 20. In this stage of Erikson's theory, individuals seek to determine whether they can depend on others who can be counted on for support TEXT (Chapter 13) These questions will help you focus your studying of text related material. 1. What do developmental psychologists mean by " attachment "? How is it related to " contact comfort "? How do secure and insecure attachments differ? 2. How do current discoveries about cognitive development compare with Piaget's claims? 3. How does parental induction compare with power assertion as discipline methods for promoting moral development? 4. How does the common stereotype of adolescence as a time of misery, anger, and conflict (with parents) compare with the reality of adolescence? 3 a. trust vs. mistrust b. concrete operational c. historical and cultural conditions d. development e. multilevel f. preoperational
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5. In Erikson's theory, when do individuals first encounter the challenges of "trust vs. mistrust"? When does the search for identity first occur? When is "generativity vs. stagnation" a major developmental challenge? 6. Compare crystallized intelligence with fluid intelligence. How do they change during the adult years? 7. What have psychologists concluded about the importance of the early years of life, especially traumatic early experiences? Are adults prisoners of childhood, or is there resilience? ______________________________________________________________________________ L ECTURE E XERCISE A NSWER K EY True/False 1. 0 Development is life long. 2. + Piaget believed that all the major advances in cognitive development were completed by adolescence. 3. + Although few, if any, aspects of development are determined solely by genetic influences, virtually all aspects are influenced by hereditary processes. 4. 0 Piaget thought the child was like a little scientist, innately motivated to explore and understand the world.
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  • Spring '08
  • Fuller,Charles/Goldberg,Jack
  • Developmental Psychology, Erikson's stages of psychosocial development, Theory of cognitive development, Developmental stage theories

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