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Developmental Psychology

7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood, Synaptic Pruning, Neuroplasticity

EARLY ADULTHOOD Emerging themes: Love and Work Life Events and Emergent Adulthood - Early adulthood: the period of time ranging from 18-30 years of age - This time consists of substantial changes in the ever...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew
7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Prefrontal Cortex, Basal Ganglia, Frontal Lobe

ADOLESCENCE what is adolescence? - Transition starting age 13 years, teen - Changes in o Demands and privileges o Physical growth o Cognitive o Education ...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew
7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Limbic System, Personality Development, Sensory System

LECTURE 7: Middle Adulthood Continuing themes; love and work Middle adulthood - Age 35-50 - Changes in appearance and body functioning o Variability of when they occur - Seen as respo...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew
7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hayflick Limit, Maximum Life Span, Ageism

Late Adulthood What is late adulthood? - Age 50-65 - Typical 60 year-olds in western nations can often anticipate approx 2 heathy, rewarding decades The prime of life - Decade encompassing the 50s i...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew
7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sibling Rivalry, Corporal Punishment, Cognitive Development

MIDDLE CHILDHOOD Parental influence and childrearing styles - Baumring; 2 dimensions of parenting style o Warmth: affectional, supportive, responsiveness to child o Control; ...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew
7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lev Vygotsky, Motor Skill, Personality Development

Toddlers Attachment - Is a relationship - The first intimate relationship - Strong emotional tie; first one effects later relationships - Helps with security, comfort, security, pleasure - ...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew
7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Quantitative Trait Locus, Sibling Rivalry, Zygosity

DP LECTURE 2 Hereditys Blueprint - Each sperm and ovum contain 23 chromosomes, the genetic material passed form generation to generation - At conception, the chromosomes form matching pairs to creat a...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew
7121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anal Stage, Genital Stage, Naturalistic Observation

LECTURE 1 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT: Theories and Methodologies Lifelong Development - Psychological growth continues past adolescence o Impact of life events on personal growth - Continuity vs cha...

University of Canberra
7121
Andrew

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