Describe intentional and unintentional socialization? What are some examples of each and how does the theory apply?
What are the effects of classical music on cognitive development?
Explain which factors influence prenatal development from nutrition to levels of development.
Explain which factors influence prenatal development the most. Some are positive influences, while others are negative. Give at least 2 examples.
Discribe in your own words the basics of Vygotsky's work on cognitive development, discussing factors of Vygotsky's views of cognitive development and the effects Vygotsky's work may have on a parent and/or caregiver's care of a preschool child. What guidance might you provide a parent of a preschool child and a preschool teache
One child answered that Heinz was definitely wrong because he broke the rules. Another child answered that Heinz did the right thing because he was saving his wife's life. Which reaction would be expected if the child is age 6 and why?
Review the developmental history of an individual. Cover the life of an individual from late adulthood. Late Adulthood Discuss the physical development of the selected individual during late adulthood. Were there any major health issues? Observable changes in weight, strength, and physical functioning? Were there issues o
Review the developmental history of an individual. Cover the life of an individual from middle adulthood. Young Adulthood Discuss the physical development of the selected individual during young adulthood. Were there observable changes in growth, strength, and physical functioning? How did lifestyle impact health? Midd
Review the developmental history of an individual. Cover the life of an individual from young adulthood. Key points for stage of life are provided below. Address each area noted below, demonstrate an understanding of the stages and developmental tasks of each age/stage. The use of proper terminology supported with examples f
Middle adulthood marks the time period in which some adults face the fabled midlife crisis. What exactly is that though? Do you think you will go through one, or did you have one? Can it be avoided?
What is an example of an individual following Erikson's "Stages of Development" and how their life influences their stages of development?
Generativity versus Stagnation and the need for intimacy for fulfillment. 200 Words.
What is Erikson's central psychosocial task for early adulthood?
How would one go about writing a paper on child behavior as it relates to childhood fears?
I need help with these questions" 1. Ricardo believes that, rather than progressing through a sequence of stages, mental processes gradually get more complex and efficient. Ricardo is most likely a proponent of ____________________. Piaget's theory Kohlberg's theory Information processing theory Erikson's theory
What are pro and con examples of cooperative learning?
Humans have a tendency to create relationships and be part of groups. Groups can influence individual behaviors, values, and goals. Experiences within these groups, along with our individual experiences, prepare us for decision making and learning. Identify and describe at least three (3) groups that you are or have been in
Were there any developmental issues in Scott Peterson's life to preemptively create the behavior of a killer? For example, Jeffrey Dahmer had signs of aggressive behavior in his younger years, because of the aggressive nature of his parents arguing.
Evaluate and explain the role of ethics in developmental psychology research.
This solution discusses some of the similarities and differences in the survival behavior of animals, specifically cats, compared to the play behavior of children. The social and cognitive implications for children are discussed.
Explain how understanding lifespan development contributes to developing into a scholar-practitioner who affects social change.
Define death from medical, legal, and ethical perspectives. Also, describe how people in at least one other culture define/explain death.
Explain how specific cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic factors influence student achievement. Then propose strategies to address each of the negative influences so as to promote achievement.
Discuss the evolution of behavior on the contemporary theories of behavior and cognitive theory of Watson, Pavlov and Skinner. What has changed? What has remained the same? How are these theories used today?
Evaluate the impact that media (e.g., television, Internet) has on children and adolescents' physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development. Use specific examples and provide evidence for your assertions.
Describe at least two unique rites of passage to adulthood on the basis of ethnic or cultural variations. Explain the concepts of pluralism and assimilation and describe how they affect the rites of passage of individuals.
Describe two situations that illustrate positive and negative punishment. You may describe a situation where you observed another person using or being punished. For both examples, describe the immediate and long term results of the punishment and respond to the following: a. Was the punishment in each case effective? Wh
Examine the effects of military deployment on child and adolescent development. For example, what are some of the factors (such as psychological factors) of parental deployment that could affect children or adolescents?
What is your definition of moral reasoning? Compare moral reasoning across genders. Explain cultural differences in moral reasoning in two cultures, with at least one being somewhere other than in North America.
Explain the roles that gender, culture, and age have in influencing sexuality and sexual orientation.