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  1. Look at how people change over time
    Developmental psychology
  2. Get a group of people together and you wait 20 years. To ask them the same question at 40.
    Longitudinal study
  3. You get two group of people together right now and you ask them a question
    Cross-sectional study
  4. the environment.
    Nature
  5. Anything that causes birth defects.
    Teratogens
  6. Problems with infant research
    They can’t talk
  7. The very first stage of development
    Sensorimotor stage
  8. At 3 months old, a child has not yet developed object permanency, therefore, how will they react when their toy is taken away?
    Forget about it because they don’t have object permanents
  9. At 6 months old, peek-a-boo doesn’t work, but at 9 months, the child laughs and smiles when you hide. What changed?
    They have developed object permanents
  10. Difficulty with the idea of conservation means what
    You don’t get that things are the same shape and size
  11. The difficulty in perceiving things from another person’s point of view
    Egocentrism
  12. Separating the person from the behavior. (has three blanks, chose the answer were the answer in it) Unconditional positive regard
    Unconditional positive regard
  13. Your concept of yourself
    self concept
  14. Works on the pleasure principle.
    id
  15. serves as a moral compass.
    superego
  16. works under the reality principle
    ego
  17. Enduring traits and qualities over time.
    personality
  18. theorists focus on unconscious mind
    Psychodynamic
  19. If your id was in control, what would you do if
    confronted?
    You might hit somebody.
  20. A moderator that balances id, superego, and
    reality
    ego
  21. Biting your nails and chewing on a pen
    Oral fixation
  22. Has everything in a special place.
    Anal fixation
  23. Very positive and happy. Human nature is basically good
    Humanistic approach
  24. A Hierarchy that is called the only thing with the word Hierarchy in it?
    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  25. The person, the person’s behavior, and the environment
    Reciprocal determinism
  26. Always, sometimes, rarely, never
    Trait tests
  27. Go with the psychodynamic school of thought.
    Projective tests
  28. They have low reliability and validity, not very
    popular.
    Rorschach inkblot tests
  29. adjusting current schemas in order to make sense of new experiences
    Accommodation
  30. The child who can’t live in two places at the same time
    Preoperational and concrete operational stages for Piaget
  31. is not a stage in Erikson’s theory of
    development
    Growth vs. regression/ you get it or you go backwards
  32. Getting ready to bust out of your cocoon
    Humanistic psychology
  33. Clients have the innate ability to make good
    choices
    Humanistic psychology
  34. Every individual is in a process of change
    Humanistic psychology
  35. People have to have their own opinion of their
    selves.
    Humanistic psychology
  36. What you’re born with
    biology
  37. Everything is bad. All diseases.
    Teratogens
  38. A doctor prescribed medicine
    Not a teratogen
  39. The stage where you coordinate sensations and movement
    Sensory motor stage
  40. Give the same amount of liquid in two separate cups.
    conservation
  41. You’re a goody two shoes but you sleep with your boyfriend
    id
  42. Are ways we distort reality.
    Defense mechanisms
  43. The continuity in change.
    development
  44. Genotype is what your genes say
    genetype
  45. Phenotype is what we see
    phenotype
  46. Ericson’s first psychosocial stage of
    development
    Trust vs. mistrust
  47. The last psychosocial stage in development
    Integrity vs. despair
  48. When you get your brain engaged in stressful situations. Think about a problem,
    figure out how to fix it, then do it.
    Cognitive appraisal
  49. Getting outside the emotional side of stress. Using your brain when you’re stressed
    Cognitive appraisal
  50. Is the main stress hormone?
    Cortisol
  51. Broad enduring dispositions
    trait
  52. Something that you can measure
    hardiness

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