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Lecture 5

PSY 1001 Lecture 5: Development Notes

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Summer 2018

Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY 1001
Professor
Meara Habashi
Lecture
5

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Development Notes
Background
o Developmental psych
Study of change across the lifespan
From birth to death
Majority deals with ages of birth to 12 years old
Age where rapid changes occur
o Conception
Developmental TheoriesAttachment
o Attachment
Special bond formed with caregiver early in life
Create working models
Basis for all future relationships
fro the radle to the grave
o can change with constant reinforcement
Unconscious expectations
Examined by looking at separation anxiety
Strange situation procedure
o 4 types of infant attachment
securely attachment
calm, know parent will come back
insecure-avoidant attachment
no response to leaving or return
insecure-anxious attachment
upset when caregiver leaves
ambivalent when returns
disorganized attachment (added later)
inconsistent behavior and confused
o Erikson offers 8 major crises
o Developmental TheoriesErikson
Childhood
Trust vs. Mistrust (0-1): will others fulfill my needs or am I on my
own?
Autonomy vs. Doubt (1-2): Do I have self control? Am I in charge
of my life?
Initiative vs. guilt (3-5): Should I make decisions on my own or
listen to others?
Industry vs. Inferiority (6-12): Do I have unique abilities and skills?
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Development Notes Background o Developmental psych Study of change across the lifespan From birth to death Majority deals with ages of birth to 12 years old Age where rapid changes occur o Conception Developmental TheoriesAttachment o Attachment Special bond formed with caregiver early in life Create working models Basis for all future relationships from the cradle to the grave o can change with constant reinforcement Unconscious expectations Examined by looking at separation anxiety Strange situation procedure o 4 types of infant attachment securely attachment calm, know parent will come back insecureavoidant attachment no response to leaving or return insecureanxious attachment upset when caregiver leaves ambivalent when returns disorganized attachment (added later) inconsistent behavior and confused o Erikson offers 8 major crises o Developmental TheoriesErikson Childhood Trust vs. Mistrust (01): will others fulfill my needs or am I on my own? Autonomy vs. Doubt (12): Do I have self control? Am I in charge of my life? Initiative vs. guilt (35): Should I make decisions on my own or listen to others? Industry vs. Inferiority (612): Do I have unique abilities and skills?
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