Introductory Psychology - Development notes

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Detailed notes on development from college level Introductory psychology course. Great for any college level psychology course as well as AP Psychology. Part 9/13 of collection of notes from course.

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Development I. History and Background of Developmental PsychologyII. Issues in Development III. Prenatal development IV. Social Attachment V. Freud's 5 stages of Psychosexual DevelopmentVI. Piaget's 4 stages of Cognitive DevelopmentVII. Erikson's 8 stages of Psychosocial DevelopmentVIII. Lawrence Kohlberg's 3 levels of Moral DevelopmentIX. Kubler-Ross five stages of Death and Dying X. Miscellaneous topics Philosophical background: 1. Middle ages Original Sin goal of childrearing was salvation. - thought children were born and then developed until adulthood and then they didn't develop anymore (now we know that we still develop - lifespan development). Original Sin is Adam & Eve. Child rearing was driving the animal side out of the child2. Renaissance (14th to 17th cen)In the17th cen. John Locke spoke of Tabula Rasa or Blank Tablet . children is not born evil/primitive, blank slate. You can write any message you want. In the 18th cen. Jean Jacques Rousseau spokeof Innate Goodness or the Nobel Savage. Children are naturally/innately good. (pictures of baby angels) savage means primitive people, not a bad thing. In ancient times, people were more simple and good, but as time as gone on we're criminals, drug wars, weapons, etc. not a natural thing (but this isn't true, cave people fought too) nobel savage: a famous one is Tarzan. 3. More recently, in 1920's scientists began careful

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