CD10G Study Guide

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Quiz1 Study Guide: Chpater1 & 2

pp.3-11  definition

 scientific method, theory, hypothesis

 three domains of development,

 periods of development

 nature vs. nurture, continuity and discontinuity

 many directions

 ecological-system approach

p.21 applying the scientific method

pp.23-27 survey, case study, studying changes over time,

 cross-sectional research

 longitudinal research

pp.37-51

 psychoanalytic perspective

 Freud--- stages, id, ego, superego

 Erikson---psychosocial perspective, 8 stages

 John Watson--- behaviorism

 Pavlov--- classical conditioning

 Skinner--- concerns for behaviorism,

 operant conditioning

 Bandura--- social cognitive theory

 Piaget---4 stages, scheme, assimilation, accommodation, adaptation, equilibrium, concerns 

 about the theory

 Vygotsky---sociocultural perspective, ZPD

Quiz2 Study Guide: Chpater3 & 4

pp.65-73 The Genetic Code

pp.75-78 From one Cell to Many; New Cells, New Functions, Many

 Factors, Gene-Gene Interactions, Dominant-Recessive Heredity, 

 X-Linked Genes

pp.85-89 Chromosomal Abnormalities; Down Syndrome

 Phenylketonuria (PKU); Sickle-cell anemia; Cystic fibrosis;

 Hemophilia; Hydrocephlus; Neural-tube defects

pp.92-93 Prenatal Diagnostic Tests

pp.97-103 The Germinal Period; The Embryonic Period; The Fetal Period

 blastocyst; amnion; amniotic fluid; placenta; yolk sac;

 umbilical cord

pp.104-105 Risk Reduction

pp.107-109 Protective Measures

pp.113-122 Birth

pp.125 Postpartum Depression; Bonding

Quiz3 Study Guide: Chpater5,6 & 7

pp.131-132 Body Changes; Cephalocaudal and Proximodistal

 Height and Weight

 pp.135-139 Brain Development; Experience Shapes the Brain

 pp.142-147 Sensation and Movement; Motor Skills; Reflexes;

 Gross Motor Skills

 pp.161-168 Sesorimotor Intelligence; stages of Sensorimotor

 Development; Object Permanence

 pp.174-181  Language: What Develops in the First Two Years?

 Language Acquisition Device; Is There a Critical Period for  

 Learning Language? The Behavioral View

 pp.187- 189 The First Two Years: Psychosocial Development; Smiling;

 anger and Sadness; Fear; Toddlers’ Emotions

 p.195 Erikson: Trust & Autonomy

 p.197-198 Temperament; The New York Longitudinal Study

 Goodness of Fit

 p.53  Ethology by Konrad Lorenz – geese study

Quiz4 Study Guide: Chpater8, 9 & 10

 pp. 221-222 Body Changes

 pp.225-226 Brain Development

 pp.231-236 Improved Motor Skills; Artistic Expression

 pp.249-256  Piaget and Vygotsky; Piaget’s Preoperational Stage; Symbolic Function Substage;

 Intuitive Thought Substage; Vygotsky’s Theory of Development; The Zone of Proximal 

 Development; Scaffolding; Language as Tool

pp.258-264  Theory of Mind; Language

pp.277-279  Emotional Development; Initiative Versus Guilt

pp.281-282 Sex Differences in Emotional Regulation

p.285 Changing Social Circumstances

pp.288-290 Challenges for Parents; Parenting Styles

pp.299-300 Becoming Boys and Girls

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