Chapter 12- Moral Development
Personality and Social Development
Morality can be seen and labeled in different ways. One thing we all can agree on is that
morality has three ways in being described. It is emotional, cognitive
Systematic changes and continuities over time.
Child Development Issues
NATURE VS. NURTURE
o Plato and Descartes, British philosophers- Believed that you automatically have
knowledge in a field.
o John Locke- Believed all knowledge is learned
Chapter 15- Peers, Media, and Schooling
Importance of Peer Relations
Researchers believe that a child brought up in a home where parents are involved grow
up to have a strong peer relationship. Children who are not provided wi
Chapter 6 Cognitive Development: Piaget and Vygotsky
Piagets Approach to Cognitive Development
Jean Piaget had a profound impact on both psychology and education. After working with Alfred
Binet, Piaget developed an interest in the intellectu
Chapter 4 Birth and the Newborn Infant
The Three Stages Of Labor
Labor is described in three stages, and together these stages complete the delivery and the
passage of the placenta.
Stage One What happens during this stage of labor? How long does it
Chapter 2 Theoretical Perspectives and Research
Perspectives on Children
Here, were going to take a look at some various approaches to child development. They all
have different theories.
Psychodynamic Perspective the approach to the study of developme
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