Your group has been hired by an advertising firm that is developing a series of commercials for family-oriented products geared toward the entire family. They want to develop a series of commercials that will target family members at various life stages. Your group needs to thoroughly describe Erikson's theory of Psychosocial de
Vygotsky theory of sociocultural development
Explain and describe shared and non-shared environmental experiences and the role each plays in the development of a child. Just need a guideline to go by with examples. Thank you.
Why is the understanding of normal child and adolescent development important in assisting children to reach their potential?
I need examples of models of decision making.
Compare and contrast LEARNING PERSPECTIVE, COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE, AND CONTEXTUAL PERSPECTIVE from the following perspectives
1. Three key concepts of each of the theories 2. Three major points of similarity 3. Three major points of difference. 4. Discuss the interaction of cognitive, physical, and emotional development in the overall development of the child. 5. Explain why the understanding of normal child and adolescent developm
Define the criteria that must be met for someone to be considered an adult. What criterion is considered the most important for becoming an adult, and why?
A critique of Maslow's theory is that it is "...biased toward Western individualism. What do the critics mean by this? How do you define creativity? Are we all creative? What types of things do you think display creativity? Provide explanation for your responses. What are the differences between intrinsic and extrinsic mo
Explain the concepts of autonomy and attachment and describe how they develop in adolescence.
Identify Erikson's eight stages of human development and discuss the conflicts associated with each of them. Do you agree with his stages? Why or why not?
Summarize: 1. Thayer-Energetic arousal and Tense arousal, and Yerkes-Dodson Law, and 2. Cannon's Theory and James-Lange Theory
Describe the changes that take place in the self during middle and late childhood years. Does emotion change in middle and late childhood?
Discuss early experiences and critical periods of developmental psychology. (approx. 300-500 words)
Identify with Sigmund Freud's theories of human motivation Be sure to clearly illustrate how this can be seen in human behavior.
Define motivation. Identify at least two sources of motivation. Explain the relationship between motivation and behavior. Examine how motivation is exhibited in behavior. References.
I need to outline a scientific method please see below I have used the milestone in the development of cognitive psychology most influence was Adler's holistic theory. Can you answer this question? Behaviorists felt that the genius behind the computer/information processing model was the human behavior or the driver. Cognit
Q1. Describe the infant's height and weight, including how they change during the first two years and how they compare with those of an adult. Q2. Describe the basic reflexes of the newborn, and distinguish between gross motor skills and fine motor skills. Q3. Identify key factors in the worldwide decline in childhood m
Need assistance in answering the following: Adolescence and Adulthood Developmental Stages 1. What are the major milestones related to the physical development in adolescence? Briefly describe these milestones. 2. What are the major milestones related to the cognitive development in adolescence? Briefly describe these
Did you know that in most individuals the brain is slightly smaller at the end of middle adulthood than it is in the beginning? The synapses that were formed in early childhood begin to disappear as adults age, yet middle-aged adults tend to outperform younger adults on a multitude of tasks. Why do you think that is?
Many powerful influences on marital success exist before a marriage even begins. Each partner brings to the relationship certain skills, resources, and traits that affect the emerging partnership system. Give examples of how experiences in childhood could affect relationships in adulthood.
There are some cultures, especially in other countries, where children become men when they turn 13 and can kill an animal to defend their family. In other areas, children become adults when they can complete difficult tasks, like standing on a pole, on one leg, in the dead of summer for 24 hours. Given these opposite ends o
It is difficult to determine what makes an adult, an adult. It is not clearly related to age, or necessarily to maturity...I know plenty of 14 year olds that are more mature than many 30 year olds I know . If you were assigned to perform research on the subject - what variables would you investigate? What makes someone "matu
With early, middle and late childhood there are defined age ranges to describe each age range. Is there a specific age in which an individual becomes an adult? Why or why not?
Analyze the roles of cultural contexts in understanding death. Need peer reviewed sources.
Surveys completed by American teenagers suggest that deciding on a career is one of the central themes of adolescent identity development and that engaging in part-time work during high school will help them with this aspect of identity development. Based on the readings, what are the positive and negative aspects of teenage emp
What are the consequences of early, on-time, and late puberty for girls and boys? Are they the same or different? How does the internal model of experience play a role?
For a while, the effect of sexual content on youth's behavior received very little attention from researchers. Fortunately, there has been a surge of information becoming available on this very topic. Not only are researchers publishing this information in scholarly journals, it is also receiving mainstream news attention!
Read the quote below and tell me who you think said it and when: "The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise. Children are now tyrants, not the servants of their households. They no longer rise when elders enter the room. T
Puberty is triggered by a complex set of hormones and is one of the major physical milestones that occur during adolescence. Menarche, a girls first menstrual period, typically occurs between the ages of 11 and 15. This age is a drastic change from the mid-19th and mid-20th centuries when the average age of menarche was 17!
Many of us approach adolescent development with very little knowledge of what this age group is experiencing, outside our own experiences during adolescence. Think back to your life when you were 13 - 18 - 20 years old. Have adolescents changed over the past 30 years or remained the same? What are your thoughts?