psych Chp, 6 Chp, 6&10

Question Answer
Developmental psychology why humans change over time
authoritative child centered parenting where parents closely interact with their kids but still have high expectations
authoritarian high demands and low responsiveness
schema How people organize current knowledge & info
assimilation how we take in new info and incorporate new info into our existing knowledge
accomodation when new info causes you to modify existing info
sensorimotor stage first of four stages of development 0-2 yrs.
object permanence realizing objects continue to exist even if you cant see them
preoperational stage 2nd stage
egocentrism seeing the world from only one point of view
concrete operational stage 3rd stage
conservation child recognizes all traits dont change because one quality changes
formal operation stage last stage of cognitive development
preconventional moral reasoning will i be punished?
conventional moral reasoning will family and friends be mad at me?
post conventional moral reasoning is there a higher good that can come of my actions?
maturation ways we grow and develop throughout your lifespan
critical period nervous system is especially sensitive to certain stimuli
reflex natural reaction
attachment deep emotional bond
stranger anxiety anxiety around people you dont know
separation anxiety anxiety being away from someone youre attached to
contact comfort infants first attachment to the person who cares for them
imprinting a young person or animal will become attached to someone that cares for them
self esteem how you feel about yourself
unconditional positive regard will always be positive no matter what
conditional positive regard will be positive under certain conditions
animism objects are inanimate
artificialism all living things were created by an intelligent entity who has control of everything
transductive logic primary form of reasoning in preoperational stage of development
reversibility age 7-12 learning concepts of reversibility
inductive logic making generalized decisions after observing instances of something similar
deductive logic reasoning from 1+ statements

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