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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 220Tara CarpenterWinter

PSYO 220 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 The First Two Years Psychosocial Development

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Chapter 4 the first two years psychosocial development. Fear of social events (strangers, separation from caregiver) 18 months: newborns experience suc
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PSYO 220 Chapter 6: Chapter 6 Early Childhood Psychosocial Development

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PSYO 220 Chapter 8: Chapter 8 Middle Childhood Psychosocial Development

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In middle childhood, children seek to be industrious, actively mastering various skills. Signs of psychosocial maturation over the years of middle chil
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 220Tara CarpenterWinter

PSYO 220 Chapter 7: Chapter 7 Middle Childhood Body and Mind

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Summary: middle childhood is a time of steady growth and few serious illnesses, thanks to genes and medical advances, physical activity aids health and
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 220Tara CarpenterWinter

PSYO 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Permanent Teeth, Prefrontal Cortex, Myelin

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Summary: children continue to gain weight and add height during early childhood. Many adults overfeed children, not realizing that young children are n
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 220Tara CarpenterWinter

PSYO 220 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 The First Two Years Body and Mind

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Chapter 3 the first two years body and mind. In the first two years of life, infants grow longer, gain weight, and increase in head circumference all i
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UBC OKANAGAN, UBC OKPSYO 220Tara CarpenterWinter

PSYO 220 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 From Conception to Birth

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PSYO 220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Genital Stage, Phallic Stage, Toilet Training

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Summary: the study of human development is a science that seeks to understand how people change or remain the same over time. Each human characteristic
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