UA FSHD 117 - Exam 1 Study Guide (3 pages)

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Fshd 117 - Lifespan Human Development

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FSHD 117 Exam 1 Study Guide Introduction to human development Physical development motor skills language skills etc cognitive development language memories perception etc psychological development personality interpersonal skills roles in society Nature vs Nurture Nature biological Nurture anything outside of biological factors Critical period Growth is a must in this period if it is ever going to happen Body and behavioral growth Sensitive period Development is likely to happen but if it doesn t happen in this period there is still a possibility it will happen later on Cohort A group that shares experiences memories historical and cultural events Freud s psychoanalytic theory 3 layers preconscious conscious and unconscious Freudian slips Studied dream analysis Psychosexual development Freud s psychosexual theory Oral stage Anal stage Phallic stage odious complex Genital stage Pleasure Principle Strong drive towards something for immediate satisfaction especially sexual satisfaction Reality Principle Being able to wait until an appropriate time Words to define and know Ego Superego Repression Displacement Sublimation Projection Rationalization Identification Compensation Reaction formation Regression Denial Undoing Ivan Pavlon Accidental discovery of conditioning that made him famous Classical conditioning Learning to do involuntary responses to previous stimuli John Watson and B F Skinner Operant conditioning Piaget Cognitive development theory Constructivism Motor skills Gross motor skills Fine motor skills 4 stages Touch stimulus growth Stress dwarfism Systems theory 5 systems Evolution Gilbert Gottliebs Psychobiological systems theory epigenesis nature nurture bidirectional influences Autism Genetics What are genes How do they form who we are What are X and Y chromosomes What is inheritance What does chromosome abnormality lead to Temperament Prenatal development When does implantation occur What are the 3 periods of prenatal development and what goes on in



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