Young Adulthood- Friendship, Love, and Marriage
Friendship & Intimacy
Therapies aimed at increasing interpersonal relations
- Other issues of life adjustment
- An important intervention for children
IntelleginceWhat the IQ doesnt measure:
Life skills/ adaptive behavior
Gardners Theory of Multiple Intelligences:
Studied brain damaged individuals, exceptional individuals
Know conservation and false theories
1). The Sally Anne experiment
Experience-expectant development: from very early in life, infants like to look at and interact
with human faces.
Joint attention: By 8 months or so, infant develop this.
Laboratory Report: Using the Microscope
Please fill out this report and submit it to the Lab dropbox. Do not hand in your
own form. It will not be graded and you will receive a zero for the lab.
You must get all parts correc
Self esteem is what children believe or do not believe about themselves. Self esteem is
reflected through actions. Self esteem can be vary at different points in life, but overall parents
have the greatest impact on what children
Discussion Topic #4
Postpartum affects more than just the mother. Most mothers go through a period of baby
blues which is different than postpartum depression. Baby blues symptoms are when you have
trouble sleeping, feel moody, teary, and overwhel
Depending on the circumstances kinship care is beneficial for the child. My grandmother
was actually adopted by her biological mothers sister. Her mom was 17 when she had my
grandmother and was too young for the respo
What are the main similarities between Vygotsky and Piaget?
Piaget and Vygotsky do not have a lot of similarities. The main similarity is the idea that a
teacher is a facilitator and a guide, not a director, they wanted the child to learn and explore, and
How are mother-infant interactions different from father-infant interactions?
Mother interactions are usually different than father infant interactions. When babies are born
they only want their mother. They are used to their mothers voice and heartbeat.