psych 230 exam 4 chapter 14 part 2

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  1. schaies theory of cognitive development: focused on
    adult cognitive development, changes in nature of things
  2. schaies theory of cognitive development: stage 1
    aquisition; childhood and adolescence
  3. schaies theory of cognitive development: stage 2
    achieving; young adulthood
  4. schaies theory of cognitive development: stage 3
    responsible; middle age
  5. schaies theory of cognitive development: stage 4
    executive; also middle age, can go directly from stage 2 to 4, also possible that they can skip 4 altogether
  6. schaies theory of cognitive development: stage 5
    reintragrative; old age
  7. college: ethnicity
    increase in minority enrolement
  8. college: age
    increase in average age
  9. college: gender
    increases in number of women
  10. ginzbergs career choice theory: stage 1 (fantasy period)
    up to apoproximately 11 years of age, career choices made without regards to skills, abilites, avalible jobs
  11. ginzbergs career choice theory: stage 2 (tenitive period)
    adolescence, skills and intrests taken into account
  12. ginzbergs career choice theory: stage 3 (realistice period)
    early adulthood, specific career options
  13. Hollands personality type theory: reralistic
    good problem solver, more hands on
  14. Hollands personality type theory: intelectual
    investigative, science based field
  15. Hollands personality type theory: conventional
    detail oriented, goal driven
  16. Hollands personality type theory: enterprising
    CEO
  17. Hollands personality type theory: artistic
    creative
  18. Motivation: extrinsic
    driven by external, tangible rewards
  19. Motivation: intrinsic
    driven by internal rewards

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