PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Sexual Differentiation, Parental Investment, Teratology

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Published on 14 Apr 2013
School
UTSC
Department
Psychology
Course
PSYA02H3
Psychology - Session 6
human babies
very reliant and dependant on parents
speaks to real social nature
ex. many offspring, low survival rate
give birth to many children
ex. sea turtles eggs
leave and do not care for children
ex. shark pups
ex. few offspring, heavy care
evident parental investment
richer cultures
higher quality of living
higher socioeconomic status
fewer children
higher parent intelligence
development psychology
baby (infant) development
middle age
aging (older age)
a large part of human development
social development
born requiring social interaction
how children are raised
constantly changing and constantly staying the same
factor of human development
cross sectional
different individuals in group comparisons
differences in ability
worry
critical change across generation
easier to do scientifically
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