Instructions: Answer five (5) essay questions—everyone must do the Section A required question plus two questions from Section B and two from Section C. Among your chosen essays, make sure there is one on cognitive development and one on psychosocial development (total, not one of each for both middle childhood and adolescence. You will lose credit for omitting any of the requirements.
I am not expecting a 5-page essay per question; however, this is an open book/notes/PPT exam so I do expect a good amount of detail. Please use the numbers below so I can tell which questions you answered. Make sure your essays are complete and remember it is especially important to make clear to the instructor how much you know!
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Child Development Essay
It is evident that both nurture and nature all play an important role in development of
human personality. This has led to development of a new paradigm; the interactionist view that
argues that human personality is a direct consequence of the interaction between the nature and
nurture. It shows the latest evolution of an old age debate that continues to elicit different
positions among scholars. Nature argues that genes and hereditary factors are the sole
determinants of human personality, including physical and personal characteristics. On the other
hand, nurture argues that human personality is as a result of the environmental variables which
include childhood experiences, social relationships, culture and the upbringing model. It is the
nurture view that accurately represents my personal views on the debate.
First, when one talks of the nature debate, they more or less collaborates the nurture
perspective. The idea that some human traits are innate means that they remain a constant across
all human beings, and are thus shared by all rather than a select group. It is the same as