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Lecture 4

HDFS101 Lecture 4: HDFS- 9:1:16

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Human Development and Family Studies
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Palkovitz Rob

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find more resources at HDFS: 9/1/16 System Perspectives - Human beings are developing SYSTEMS in the context of other developing systems - reacting to the contexts around us - systems make up our body - as you are developing other people who are helping you develop are developing also -Changing one component of the system has an effect on all parts of the system - Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual Domains - Ex- stone in your shoe(professor asks you to wear a stone in your shoe the whole semester - bio- walking differently, pain, throw off hip alignments, nutrition, sleep, ect. - psycho- frustration, stress, annoyed - social- ask to go get coffee- say no, wouldn't do more walking then you had to - spiritual- More systems examples: - beginning to crawl - - affects muscle tissue, body tone, parent frustration- say no - cognitive development - sensorimotor, object permanence - social development- stay close to parents, hear conversation leading to learning words, sense of mastery Families are systems, they develop too - members develop at different rates The Toolbox: Building an understanding of development So that you can: - Describe HOW you are in a professional terms( your developmental status, abilities and challenges) - based on observational facts - Explain development( WHY are you he way you are) in professional terms - theories - Predict development (WHAT you may become, given what and where you aren now) - given where you are now, where are you headed? - Control(shape?) development (within reason) - facilitate pe
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