the influence of our inherited characteristics on our personality, physical, growth, intellectual growth & social interactions
the influence of the environment on personality, physical growth, intellectual growth & social interactions
Piaget based his theories on this. Piaget said they needed time, ability and experience to learn
Piaget says from birth to 2 yrs old the child is in __________ stage
Piaget developed _________ ____________ if something is in sight or out of sight.
Piaget called the __________ stage a time of developing language concepts (ages 2-7).
Cant do logical thinking
understand synbolic thinking
Piaget said that children cant think about abstract thinking and needs to be able to see, touch objects in the __________ ____________ stage (7-12)
Piaget said that from ages 12- adulthood abstract thinking becomes available and is the last stage of cognitive thinking is the ________ __________ stage.
permoral (very young children)
Kohlbergs theory of moral development that the consequences determine morality.
EX: a child who steals a toy from another child and does not get caught does not see that action as wrong
conventional (older children)
Kohlbergs theory of moral development that conformity to social norms is right: non conformity is wrong : most people stay in this stage
Ex: A child critisizes his or her parents for speeding because speeding is against the laws.
Kohlbergs theory of __________ ________ is that moral principles determined by the person are used to determine right and wrong and may disagree with societal norms.
Ex: A reporter who wrote a controversial story goes to jail rather that reveal the sources identity.
trust vs mistrust (0-1)
Ericksons 8 turning points where one feels safe is ______________
autonomy vs doubts (1-3)
Ericksons 8 turning points where one gains independence and self confidence is _________________________
initiative vs guilt (3-6)
Ericksons turning point where one explores the environment is __________
industry vs inferiority (6-11)
Ericksons 8 turning points where one learns how things work is ___________
identity vs role confusion (11-18)
Ericksons 8 turning points where one forms positive self concept is ___________
intimacy vs isolation (young adulthood)
Ericksons 8 turning points where one form meaningful social relationships is _____________
generality vs self-absorption (middle adulthood)
Ericksons 8 tuening points where one develops concern about the world is _____________
integrity vs despair (old age)
Ericksons 8 turning points where one worries about acheiving personal fullfillment is __________________
Baunrind 3 basic styles of parenting where parent is rigid and overly strict is ______________
Baumrind 3 basic styles of parenting where parent makes few demands is ____________
Baumrind 3 basic styles of parent where parent is affectionate with firm limits on behavior
first thing they see (like bird) not humans
movie on monkeys with social deprivation
denial - refuse to believe diagnosis is death
anger - feeling of helplessness to change things
bargaining - tries to make a deal with God
depression - sadness
acceptance - expect the inevitable & wuitly awaits death
Elizabeth Kubler Ross conducted extinsive interviews with dying persons she has 5 stages of death which are
children only have ___________ intelligence
old age has ____________ intelligence
Psych Development Test 3
Test 3 developmental theories, death process, moral development, psychosocial development