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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 311 pages long!)

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It is the parent"s job to restrain/correct child"s immoral tendencies. 2 humans possess no innate tendencies, all differences are due to experience. 4
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UOFMFMLY 1010Sharon BalaskoFall

FMLY 1010 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Heredity, Zygote

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It could be a complex set of factors. To what degree does genetic or hereditary influences (nature) and experimental or environmental influences (nurtu
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 311 pages long!)

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It is the parent"s job to restrain/correct child"s immoral tendencies. 2 humans possess no innate tendencies, all differences are due to experience. 4
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UOFMFMLY 1010Sharon BalaskoFall

FMLY 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Learning Theory, B. F. Skinner, Observational Learning

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Exam study points #1-10: reoccurring issues in human development: the factors that shape your life. A pe(cid:396)so(cid:374)"s development is a blend o
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UOFMFMLY 1010Sharon BalaskoFall

FMLY 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Child Abuse, Prenatal Development, Family Values

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FMLY 1010 Final: Family exam review-1010

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2. 222 - introductory organic chemistry ii - term test 2. This is a 2-hour test, marked out of 48 points total. If more space is required you may use t
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MATH 2030 University of Manitoba Quiz 6

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Instructor: r. craigen: time: 20 minutes no aids permitted, total marks: 20. Student number: consider the following relation on x = {1, 2, 3, 4}: {(1,
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MATH 2030 University of Manitoba Quiz 5

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Instructor: r. craigen: time: 20 minutes no aids permitted, total marks: 20. Student number: suppose a sequence {an}n 0 satis es a cchl recurrence whos
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Empiricism, Jean Piaget, Scientific Method

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Developmental psychology = scientific study of age-related changes in our bodies, behaviour, thinking, emotions, social relationships, & personalities.
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Abraham Maslow, Phallic Stage, Genital Stage

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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Arnold Gesell, Tabula Rasa, Deductive Reasoning

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Developmental psychology = scientific study of age-related changes in our bodies, behaviour, thinking, emotions, social relationships, & personalities.
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 47: Latency Stage, Libido, Methylphenidate

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Adhd children display more movements in sleep, trouble with sleep onset, duration and true sleep: number of minutes of sleep time excluding all periods
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UOFMFMLY 1010Sharon BalaskoFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Halloween Costume, Handedness, Nocturnal Enuresis

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The average child will gain approximately 3 kgs and grow 5-8 centimeters per year between the ages of 3 and 5 yrs. These can be affected by cultural, g
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 71: Mood Disorder, Panic Disorder, Date Rape

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Reported sexual assault 86 per 100,000 in 2002. Usually done by someone known 25% by a stranger. Development of sexual dysfunction, ptsd, physical trau
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Child Development, Longitudinal Study

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Percentage fell from 84-64% - children living in two-parent homes. Also from 3-16% children in common law families, and 13-19% lone-parent families. ~1
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Plantar Reflex, Circadian Rhythm, Primitive Reflexes

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Adaptive reflexes = reflexes, such as sucking, that help newborns survive o. Some adaptive reflexes persist throughout life: e. g. rooting reflex (cid:
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 73: Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood, Psychoanalytic Theory, Intimate Relationship

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Psychoanalytic theory adult de(cid:448)elop(cid:373)e(cid:374)t i(cid:374)(cid:448)ol(cid:448)es a st(cid:396)uggle (cid:271)et(cid:449)ee(cid:374) a p
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FMLY 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Plantar Reflex, Primitive Reflexes, Circadian Rhythm

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UOFMFMLY 1010Punam MehtaWinter

FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Puzzle Video Game, Object Permanence, Operant Conditioning

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Sensorimotor stage: first stage of development, in which infants use information from their senses and motor actions to learn about the world. Object p
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Retrospective Memory, Prospective Memory, Major Depressive Disorder

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Affected by ageism seen as grumpiness, focus more on physical concerns more than emotional problems. Geriatric dysthymia: chronic depressed mood in old
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Disengagement Theory

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FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Midlife Crisis

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Stage between intimacy and generativity called career consolidation (use term career loosely could be stay-at-home mom/dad) = creation of new social ne
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Mandatory Retirement

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Higher rate of remarriage for men than for women (who have lost a spouse) 15% of men over 65 compared to 6% of women. Older unmarried men are more like
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Visual Memory, Menopause, Alcoholism

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Alcohol use disorders: more men than women heavy drinkers. Smaller parts of brain, less responsive to stimuli, problems with memory and language. Cvd m
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Coronary Artery Disease, Alendronic Acid, Bifocals

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Lens of eye thickens, light to retina decreases, hard for lens to focus, elasticity declines in lens blurry. Near objects vision deteriorates fast, tro
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UOFMFMLY 1010Christine A.SchippersFall

FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Neurofibrillary Tangle, Dementia, Sexual Stimulation

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FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Registered Retirement Savings Plan, Retirement Age, Baby Boomers

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Retirement age dropped to 61 in 2000, rose to 62 in 2010 and continues to rise. Ba(cid:271)(cid:455) (cid:271)oo(cid:373)ers who are i(cid:374) their (
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FMLY 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Snowbirds, Life Satisfaction

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