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Human Growth and Development - General Psychology - Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes, Psychology

Post: November 22th, 2012
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Human Growth and Development, Nature Vs Nurture, Stability Vs Change, Continuity Vs Stage, Prenatal Development, Three Stages, Embryonic Stage, Personality Development, Theory of Personality Development, Attachment and Child Care are points from the lecture.
Human Growth and Development, Nature Vs Nurture, Stability Vs Change, Continuity Vs Stage, Prenatal Development, Three Stages, Embryonic Stage, Personality Development, Theory of Personality Development, Attachment and Child Care are points from the lecture.
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General Psychology Human Growth and Development Development: The changes in physical, cognitive, and social abilities that occur throughout the lifespan Important Issues: Nature vs. Nurture Stability vs. Change Continuity vs. Stage Research Methods: Longitudinal Method Study one group of people over long period of time Cross-Sectional Method Study different age groups at the same time Prenatal Development Three Stages: Germinal Stage Zygote Conception to 2 weeks Embryonic Stage 2 weeks to 2 months Fetal Stage 2 months to birth Prenatal Nutrition: Teratogens Docsity.com Motor Development Cephalocaudal Development from head to foot Proximodistal Development from center outward Maturation Unfolding of genetic blueprint Developmental Norms Median age for behaviors to appear Perception Vision At birth an infant can see in color At birth child prefers human faces By age 6 months acuity matches an adults Hearing Auditory localization, distinguish voices and speech Personality Development T..

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