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Human Development and Healthy Families

HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Egocentrism, Erik Erikson, Phallic Stage
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The dependent years: early childhood Physical development Growth during early childhood increases at a less rapid rate when compared to infants Developing physical skills shift dramatically from high dependency on the care...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Operant Conditioning, Masturbation, Social Cognitive Theory
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Theoretical approaches to human development Freuds psychoanalytic theory Sigmund Freuds psychoanalytic theory of personality argues that the human behaviour is the result of the interactions among three component parts of ...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Theoretical Ecology, Family Therapy, Social Exchange Theory
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Family development theories Family ecology theory Families influence and in turn are influence by the wider environment Families lives and choices are affected by economic, educational, religious and cultural institutions,...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Backtracking, Cardiac Output, Cognitive Development
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The independence years: young adulthood Young adulthood A critical juncture in the lifespan Adjustment in childhood and adolescence is important in adjusting to adulthood Taking hold of some kind of life Physical developme...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Moral Development, Deciduous Teeth, Latency Stage
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The dependency years: middle childhood Physical development Growth is slow and steady Body proportion changes Head size moves in line with body size, arms and legs grow and trunk becomes longer and thinner, chest broader a...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ovulation, Zygote, Genital Herpes
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Prenatal development and birth The prenatal environment The developing foetus is influenced by its physical and social environments Physical= Molecules through to climate Social= People who can influence and be influenced ...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Senescence, Cognitive Development
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What is human development? Development Development: Can be defined as systematic changes (Meaning they occur in an orderly and patterned way) and continuities (ways in which we remain the same or continue to reflect our pa...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Interpersonal Communication, 18 Months, Object Permanence
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Infancy: the dependency years Infancy (02 years) A period of the lifespan characterised by rapid growth (Height and weight) The changes that occur in the first two years of life are incredible. In less than two years, an i...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Personal Fable, Egocentrism, Pituitary Gland
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Physical development Puberty Adolescence is characterised by puberty which is a significant change that occurs within physical development during this period of the lifespan. Puberty is physical maturation involving hormon...

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HSH206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Body Shape, Cognitive Development
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The independence years: middle adulthood Physical development There are two keys types of ageing that occur in middle adulthood. Both forms of ageing are evident in middle age from about 2565 years. Primary ageing: Agerela...

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