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10 Cards in this Set

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Original Sin

Children are born into a world corrupted with inclination toward evil

Tabula Rasa

Children born as "blank slates" and acquire characteristics through experience

Innate goodness

Children born inherently good

traditional lifespan perspective

change from birth to adolescence , little or not change in adulthood, and decline in old age

life span perspective

developmental change throughout adulthood as well as childhood

normative age graded influences

biological and environmental influences are similar for individuals in a particular age group

normative history graded influences

biological and environmental influences are associated with history

non-normative life events

unusual occurrences that have a major impact on a specific person's life

biological domain of development

physical growth and development

cognitive domain of development

mental processes by which individuals think, learn, and communicate