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Class Notes for HAS121 at University of Wollongong

Human Development in Social Context

HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Midlife Crisis, Psychological Resilience, Generation A
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Has121 week 11 lecture Eriksons stage in middle adulthood: Generativity vs stagnation Central issue: have I left my mark? Generativity is about adults desire to leave legacy to next generation. Stagnation is ...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Life Review, Disengagement Theory, Life Satisfaction
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Has121 week 12 lecture Eriksons stage for older adulthood, integrity vs despair Central issue: has my life been meaningful? Integrity comes from judging ones life to have been meaningful and productive, resulting in self-a...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Prenatal Care, Prenatal Development, Social Isolation
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FHas121 lecture week 6 Psychosocial development in prenatal and infancy Prenatal environment The prenatal environment (physical environment of the womb) is critical to development Prenatal experiences prepare the child for...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Erik Erikson, Trait Theory, Gender Role
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Has121 lecture week 5 Key concepts Personality: enduring personal characteristics Identity: a self-definition or sense of who one is, where one is going and how one fits into society Self: all characteristics of a person-s...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Birth Order, Peer Pressure, Mental Model
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Has121 lecture week 8 A systems view o families What does it mean to say a family is a system? As members of a family system, every member is interconnected There are subsystems within the system: e.g. sibling subsystem Th...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mental Model, John Bowlby, Attachment Theory
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Has121 lecture week 4 Attachment and relationships What is a theory? A theory is a set of ideas proposed to describe and explain certain phenomena (in our subject, the phenomena of human development) A good theory is: inte...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood, Financial Independence, Voluntary Childlessness
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Has121 lecture week 10 Psychosocial development in young adulthood Emerging adulthood Emerging adulthood refers to the period from about age 18 to the midlate twenties, when many young people in Western cultures are no lon...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Urie Bronfenbrenner, Human Ecology, Parenting Styles
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Has121 lecture week 3 Human ecology Biological, psychological, social and cultural contexts that shape processes of human development Human ecology emphasizes the importance of the contexts in which ones life- course progr...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Emotion Classification, 18 Months, Abecedarian Early Intervention Project
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Has121 lecture week 7 Psychosocial development in early childhood Eriksons stages 1-3 (toddlers) Stage 2: Autonomy vs shame and doubt (strength: Will) Eriksons stages ages 3-6 (preschool years) Stage 3: initiative vs guilt...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood, Pre-Medical, Identity Formation
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Has121 lecture week 9 What is adolescence? Adolescence is the transition period from childhood to adulthood, beginning in puberty and ending at the age of majority (legal adulthood). Emerging adulthood overlaps the end of ...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Scientific Method, Social Cognitive Theory, Behaviorism
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Has121 lecture week 2 How and why we study human development The scientific method Five basic steps of the scientific method: On the basis of theory, prior research, or a personal observation, pose a question Develop a hyp...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Moodle, 6 Years, Heredity
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Has121 lecture week 1 Recommended study method for success in HAS121: Look at the weeks guide questions on Moodle, write in your notebook Do the required readings, taking notes on main concepts and guide questions Watch th...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Financial Independence

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 10 HAS121 Psychosocial development in young adulthood - When does someone become an adult? - Role transitions: New responsibilities and duties that mark movement into the next de...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Psychoanalytic Theory, Stella Chess, Sensory Threshold

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 5 HAS121 Self-identity Key concepts: Personality: - enduring personal characteristics Identity: - A self-denition or sense of who one is, where one is going and how one ts into s...

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HAS121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Longitudinal Study, Stamen, Psychoanalysis

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 4 HAS121 Attachment and relationships What is attachment and why is it important? The theory of relationships: - The capacity to form and maintain emotional relationships - An af...

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