Study Guide by Shayna Soenksen / Taylor Booth

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1. How is “developmental psychology” de¬fined? a. The Study of how children develop physically, cognitively, and psychosocially 2. Explain the following: (a) continuity vs. discontinuity, (b) stability vs. change, and (c) nature vs. nurture. a. Continuity views that development is continuous and has specific stages whereas discontinuity views development as abrupt and uneven b. Don’t know c. Naturalistic views dictate that nature or environmental circumstances influence development whereas nurture suggests that children develop according to social circumstances. 3. Give examples of the following devel¬opmental influences, and explain how they affect individuals at different de¬velopmental levels: (a) age-related or normative, (b) non normative, (c) his¬tory graded.

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Erik WahlbergShayna Soenksen / Taylor BoothPSY 232 Study Guide: Test #1Exam 1 Review Session: Friday / Rodman Hall / Rm. 118 / 2:00-3:30Chapters Covered: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 /Exam 1 Testing Date: 10/19/2011Chapters NamesPages in TextbookPages in GuideChapter 1: The Study of Human Development2-196-9Chapter 2: Theory and Research20-519-17Chapter 3: Forming a New Life52-9317-29Chapter 4: Birth and Physical Development during the First Three Years94-13729-36Chapter 5: Cognitive Development during the First Three Years*Outline primarily outlines the PowerPoint with included information from the book*138-17536-43Chapter 6: Psychosocial Development during the First Three Years*Outline primarily outlines the PowerPoint with included information from the book*176-213Study Guide1. How is developmental psychology defined?a. The Study of how children develop physically, cognitively, and psychosocially2. Explain the following: (a) continuity vs. discontinuity, (b) stability vs. change, and (c) nature vs. nurture.a. Continuity views that development is continuous and has specific stages whereas discontinuity views development as abrupt and unevenb. Dont knowc. Naturalistic views dictate that nature or environmental circumstances influence development whereas nurture suggests that children develop according to social circumstances.3. Give examples of the following developmental influences, and explain how they affect ind

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