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stages of the life cycle: infancy, toddlerhood, childhoo, adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood, later adulthood
age-stages
feelings or emotions about a fact, object, or activity
attitudes
the way people act both physically and mentally
behavior
type of learning wherein one can produce a very strong physiological effect (such as fear) even if there is nothing external to react to
classical conditioning
to be preoccupied with the welfare of others to such an extent that your own needs are severely neglected
co-dependence
ways that people think and the frameworks people use to understand themselves and the world around them
cognition
shifts in behavior and functioning in different life stages. Changes may be internally produces (as in the shift from prepuberty to puberty), or triggered by environmental demands (e.g. retirement)
developmental change
one's anticipations about outcomes, involving both cognitive (thought) and affective (feeling) components; notions about what will happen, based upon constructions and reconstructions of past happenings
expectancy
set of objects combined in a group
grouping
acquisition of knowledge or skill acquired by instruction or study
learning
imitation of the actions of other people who are typically in positions of admiration and power
modeling
actios which work to suppres (or push down) specific activities; also, punishment
negative reinforcement
internally organized system of individual characteristics which guides and directs our behavior, and which has some degree of consistency across situations and stability over fairly long periods of time
personality
experiencing effects based on what one thinks a substance should do, rather than on its pharmacological action
placebo effects
presentation of a positive (or negative) stimulus that occurs along with something we are doing
reinforcement
an organized structure of ideas and beliefs about who one is
self-concept
stylistic characteristics of behavior; HOW Joe or Jane usually act - not what they are doing
temperament
elements in our lives that we hold inherently valuable, such as vamily, education, health, etc.
values