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UCONNHDFS 1070ronsabatelliFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Procrastination, Childhood Obesity

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10 Oct 2016
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We will look at the stages of crisis. Dominant social expectation and demands vs internal readiness. It is the stage specific sources of anxiety. Infan
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UCONNHDFS 2001Edna BrownFall

HDFS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gender Inequality, Gender Pay Gap, Glass Ceiling

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5 Oct 2017
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UCONNHDFS 1070Dr Eva S. LefkowitzFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Alternative Assessment, Stereotype Threat, Mental Age

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8 Oct 2018
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UCONNHDFS 1070Dr Eva S. LefkowitzFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Childhelp, Exhibitionism, Parenting

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16 Oct 2018
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Prevalence united states 2010: 3. 3 million referrals to cps, 436,321 substantiated, 78% neglected, 18% physically abused, 9% sexually abused, 1537 die
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UCONNHDFS 1070Dr Eva S. LefkowitzFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Domain Specificity, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Object Permanence

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3 Oct 2018
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Think about one aspect of a situation, but has trouble thinking about other aspects. Assume everyone thinks the way you do, everyone has the same persp
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UCONNHDFS 1070Dr Eva S. LefkowitzFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture 9: 9/26/18 HDFS notes

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26 Sep 2018
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UCONNHDFS 1060Shannon WeaverSpring

HDFS 1060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Subtext, Nonverbal Communication, Apache Hadoop

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13 Feb 2017
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Communication: a symbolic, transactional process that involves creating and sharing meanings through consistent patterns of interaction. Affects qualit
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UCONNHDFS 1070Ronald SabatelliFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Decision-Making, Ageism

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7 Dec 2016
6
Divided into two stages because people are living so much longer: later adulthood: 65-75/80, very old age: 80-death. Growing old in america: ageism in
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UCONNHDFS 1070ronsabatelliFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Silent Treatment, Reference Group, Grammatical Gender

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7 Oct 2016
15
Many of the exam questions will come from this lecture. Children develop a working model of the identity that they will carry forward. Your understandi
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UCONNHDFS 1070ronsabatelliFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture 12: 10/5 Child Abuse

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5 Oct 2016
33
General discourse on parenting strategies that discriminate against the health and welfare of children: physical realm, cognitive/intellectual realm, s
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UCONNHDFS 1070Dr Eva S. LefkowitzFall

HDFS 1070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Swallowing, Primitive Reflexes, Color Vision

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17 Sep 2018
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Experimental influences before birth (decasper & spense, 1986) While the mother was pregnant, some mothers read cat in the hat repeatedly, and other mo
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UCONNHDFS 2001Edna BrownFall

HDFS 2001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Subsidized Housing, Economic Capital, Social Stratification

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20 Sep 2017
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