CH. 8 Development
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Test groups of people varying in age to test human development
Testing the same group of people at varying ages as they grow to eliminate
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Ch. 7 Lecture 1 Outline: Thinking
What is the cognitive definition for thinking?
o Thinking (cognition) mental activity that goes on in the brain when a
person is organizing and attempting to underst
Exam: Tuesday, May 8th @ 10:15-12:45
Young Adulthood: Chapter 14
Period of young adulthood: 20-40
Late: 60 and beyond
(according to Arnett) Emerging adulthood: 18-25
Late 20s and Early30s see themselves as young adults
Emerging Adulthood: Ag
Development: the pattern/process of change that begins at conception and continues
throughout the human life span.
*Most development involves growth, although it also includes decline brought on by
aging and dying.
-Development is the pattern of movement or change that begins at conception and
continues through the human life span.
-The traditional approach to the study of development emphasizes extensive change
from birth to adolescence (es
50 Questions Know these for sure Early philosophical views Locke, etc. Prior to conception Union of sperm and egg Prenatal diagnostic tests Theorists Freud, Ericsons, Bandura, Pavlov, Watson, Thorndike Primary medications (during birth, like anesthesia) v
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