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studied childrens developement said children develope in stages
jean piaget
8 stages of developement
erikson
issue of infantcy
trust v mistrust
issue of toddlerhood
autonomy v shame and doubt
issue of preschooler
initiative v guilt
issue of elementary
competitiveness v inferiority
issue of adolesence
identity v role confusion
young adult issue
intimacy v isolation
issue middle adult
generativity v stagnation
issue later adult
integrity v despair
developed the 3 levels of moral developement
kohlberg
kohlberg's 3 levels
preconventional
conventional
postconventional
inate excitability
temperment
male/female
gender
biological growth not influenced by experiences
maturation
one's accumulated knowledge vocab analogies increases up to old age
crystalized
ones ability to reason rapidly
and abstractly decreases until 75 steadily
fluid
prenatal stages
zygote, embryo, fetus (9 weeks and later)
prenatal stages
zygote, embryo, fetus (9 weeks and later)
primary sex characteristics
internal repro organs and genitalia
secondary sex characteristics
facial hair hips boobs etc
rules of accepted and expected behaviours
norms
who is more interdependent/ self reliant male/female
int-female
self rel-male
3 parenting styles
authoritarian
authoritative
permisive