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Quantitative Change
Change in number or amount, such as in height, weight, or size of vocaubulary
Qualitative Change
Change in kind, structure, or organization, such as the change from nonverbal to verbal communication
Major Domains of Development
Physical Development
Cognitive Development
Psychosocial Development
Physical Development
Growth of body and brain, including patterns of change in sensory capacities, motor skills, and health
Cognitve Developmet
Pattern of change in mental abilities, such as learning, attention, memory, language, thinking, reasoning, and creativity
Psychosocial Development
(1)Erikson's eight-stage theory, the socially and culturally influenced process of development of the ego, or self. Patterns of change in emotions, personality, and social relationships
How can culture influence development?
Culture refers to a society's or group's total way of life, including customs, traditions, laws, knowledge, beliefs, values, language, and physical products, from tools to artwork-all of the behavior and attitudes that are learned, shared, and transmitted among memers of a social group.
Ethnic Group
consists of people united by a distinctive culture, ancestry, religion, language, and/or national origin, all of which contribute to a sense of shared identity and shared attitudes, beliefs, and values.
Ethnic Gloss
an overgeneralization about an ethnic or cultural group that obscures differences whithin the group. Example would be telling Tiger Woods to tell his ethnicity which is a problem b/c his father is African American and mother that is asian-american
How can social class and neighborhood influence development?
SES affects these process and outcomes indirectly through such associated factors as the kinds of homes and neighborhoods people live in and the quality of nutrition, medical care, and schooling available.
Aspects of SES
combination of economic and social factors describing an individual or family, including income, education, and occupation
In what year will white (European descent) Americans no longer constitute the statistical majority of the U.S. population?
2040
Quantitative Change
Change in number or amount, such as in height, weight, or size of vocaubulary
Qualitative Change
Change in kind, structure, or organization, such as the change from nonverbal to verbal communication
Major Domains of Development
Physical Development
Cognitive Development
Psychosocial Development
Physical Development
Growth of body and brain, including patterns of change in sensory capacities, motor skills, and health
Cognitve Developmet
Pattern of change in mental abilities, such as learning, attention, memory, language, thinking, reasoning, and creativity
Psychosocial Development
(1)Erikson's eight-stage theory, the socially and culturally influenced process of development of the ego, or self. Patterns of change in emotions, personality, and social relationships
How can culture influence development?
Culture refers to a society's or group's total way of life, including customs, traditions, laws, knowledge, beliefs, values, language, and physical products, from tools to artwork-all of the behavior and attitudes that are learned, shared, and transmitted among memers of a social group.
Ethnic Group
consists of people united by a distinctive culture, ancestry, religion, language, and/or national origin, all of which contribute to a sense of shared identity and shared attitudes, beliefs, and values.
Ethnic Gloss
an overgeneralization about an ethnic or cultural group that obscures differences whithin the group. Example would be telling Tiger Woods to tell his ethnicity which is a problem b/c his father is African American and mother that is asian-american
How can social class and neighborhood influence development?
SES affects these process and outcomes indirectly through such associated factors as the kinds of homes and neighborhoods people live in and the quality of nutrition, medical care, and schooling available.
Aspects of SES
combination of economic and social factors describing an individual or family, including income, education, and occupation
In what year will white (European descent) Americans no longer constitute the statistical majority of the U.S. population?
2040
Quantitative Change
Change in number or amount, such as in height, weight, or size of vocaubulary
Qualitative Change
Change in kind, structure, or organization, such as the change from nonverbal to verbal communication
Major Domains of Development
Physical Development
Cognitive Development
Psychosocial Development
Physical Development
Growth of body and brain, including patterns of change in sensory capacities, motor skills, and health
Cognitve Developmet
Pattern of change in mental abilities, such as learning, attention, memory, language, thinking, reasoning, and creativity
Psychosocial Development
(1)Erikson's eight-stage theory, the socially and culturally influenced process of development of the ego, or self. Patterns of change in emotions, personality, and social relationships
How can culture influence development?
Culture refers to a society's or group's total way of life, including customs, traditions, laws, knowledge, beliefs, values, language, and physical products, from tools to artwork-all of the behavior and attitudes that are learned, shared, and transmitted among memers of a social group.
Ethnic Group
consists of people united by a distinctive culture, ancestry, religion, language, and/or national origin, all of which contribute to a sense of shared identity and shared attitudes, beliefs, and values.
Ethnic Gloss
an overgeneralization about an ethnic or cultural group that obscures differences whithin the group. Example would be telling Tiger Woods to tell his ethnicity which is a problem b/c his father is African American and mother that is asian-american
How can social class and neighborhood influence development?
SES affects these process and outcomes indirectly through such associated factors as the kinds of homes and neighborhoods people live in and the quality of nutrition, medical care, and schooling available.
Aspects of SES
combination of economic and social factors describing an individual or family, including income, education, and occupation
In what year will white (European descent) Americans no longer constitute the statistical majority of the U.S. population?
2040