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Whose theory is known as the "psychosexual theory"?
Freud
What are the three parts of the personality according to Freud's theory?
Id, ego, superego
What does the id do?
it's the largest portion of the mind; it contains our needs and desires
What is the purpose of the ego?
It is the rational part of the personality; redirects the impulses of the id
What is the superego known as?
The conscience
What are the five stages of Freud's theory?
ORAL; ANAL; PHALLIC; LATENCY; GENITAL
What is the name of Erickson's theory?
PSYCHOSOCIAL
Name the stages of the psychosocial theory:
TRUST VS. MISTRUST; AUTONOMY VS. SHAME AND DOUBT; INITIATIVE VS. GUILT; INDUSTRY VS. INFERIORITY; INTIMACY VS. ISOLATION; GENERATIVITY VS. STAGNATION; INTEGRITY VS. DESPAIR
Name the three domains of development
COGNITIVE; PHYSICAL; EMOTIONAL
What is the difference between continuous and discontinuous development?
CONTINUOUS IS GRADUAL WITH ONE AREA BUILDING ON ANOTHER; DISCONTINUOUS IS STEP-BY-STEP WITH SPECIFIC TIMES FOR EACH LEARNED ASPECT
What is the difference between nature and nurture?
NATURE REFERS TO INBORN BIOLOGICAL GIVENS; NUTURE REFERS TO COMPLEX FORCES OF THE PHYSICAL AND SOCIAL WORLD THAT INFLUENCE OUR BIOLOGICAL MAKEUP AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIENCES BEFORE AND AFTER BIRTH
Whose theory is the sociocultural theory?
VYGOTSKY
Who is responsible for an approach to child development that has moved to the forefront of the field over the past 2 decades b/c it offers that most differentiated and thorough acount of contextual influences on children's development
BRONFENBRENNER
What is the name of Bronfenbrenner's theory?
ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS THEORY
Name the three stages of postpartum depression:
BABY BLUES (NORMAL); POSTNATAL DEPRESSION (LASTS WEEKS TO MONTHS); POSTPARTUM PSYCHOSIS (CAN LAST YEARS, REQUIRES HEAVY THERAPY AND MEDICATION)
What are teratogens?
PRENATAL INSULTS TO THE EMBRYO OR FETUS
What can alcohol consumption cause?
FETAL ALCOHOL SYNDROME
Name three other examples of teratogens:
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS, SMOKING, ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION