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EDPS 251 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Secondary Sex Characteristic, Amenorrhoea, Osteoporosis


Department
Educational Psychology
Course Code
EDPS 251
Professor
Waite
Study Guide
Midterm

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Chelsey Dunn
Exam 1 Review
9/21/16
Intro to Adolescence
Negative Correlation
When 2 factors have a inverse relationship
Survey Research
Form of research that is quick and easy, but participants tend to answer in ways
they believe are socially desirable
Physiological Measures
Ex: blood pressure, heart rate, and even brain waves
Brofereer’s Eologial Theory
Mesosystem; environment accounts for integrations and connections among
Microsystems
Physical Development
Exercise
Past time is associated with self-image, decreased stress levels, and less
depression in adolescents
Female Athlete Triadic
Symptoms of this problems, include amenorrhea, osteoporosis, and disordered
eating
Epigenesis
The explanation for development that takes into account how genetic heredity
works with the environment
Precocious Puberty
Characterized by early appearance of secondary sexual characteristics in boys
and girls
Hormones
Chemicals released by endocrine gland
Cognitive Development
Divergent Thinking
Form of thinking that creates multiple forms of solutions to problems
Propositional Thought
Evaluate the logic of verbal statements without referencing real-world
circumstances
Metacognition
Knowledge of mental stats, reflective thought, a mental skill set that can be
taught in history
Amydala
Develops quickly and is associated with emotion
Imaginary Audience
Adoleset’s pereptio that they are ojet of eeryoe’s attetio
Social and Emotional Development
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