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HUMAN GROWTH AND
DEVELOPMENT
In all life stages, there are two main aspects of growth and development.
This is how we change from being helpless babies to independent
adults.
Growth ­ increase in physical size (height and mass)
Development ­ This is the way we increase our skills and develop
abilities and emotions.
In all our lives, we go under different stages of life span. These are:
1. Infancy ­ ages 0 to 3 years
2. Childhood ­ ages 4 to 10 years
3. Adolescence ­ ages 11 to 18 years
4. Adulthood ­ ages 19 to 65 years
5. Later adulthood ­ ages 65+…read more

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HUMAN GROWTH AND
DEVELOPMENT CONT'D
We judge people's behaviour in their life span using P.I.E.S.
This means:
Physical ­ Their growth in size and mass
Intellectual ­ Their response to incidents that occur in daily life
Emotional ­ Their thought and opinions about people
Social ­ Their group of friends and how they get along with them…read more

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HUMAN GROWTH AND
DEVELOPMENT CONT'D
Factor that affect our growth and development are:
Physical
Social and Emotional
Economic
Environmental
Physical factors:
Genetic inheritance
Diet
Physical exercise
Illnesses or diseases
Economic factors:
Income
Material possessions
Environmental factors:
Housing
Pollution
You then
Access to need
heath to
andsay how each
Welfare of the above factors influences our:
services.
Self-esteem
Social and emotional
Physical factors:
(e.g. ­ flu, colds) and mental health (e.g. ­ depression/ anxiety)
Gender
Employment prospects (what our chances are of getting a job)
Family relationships
Friendships
Level of education (how well we do at school)
Education
Ethnicity
Life experiences…read more

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THE EFFECTS OF RELATIONSHIPS
ON DEVELOPMENT
You need to know about the different types of relationships:
Family (parents, siblings etc):
What are the key features of family relationships?
Support, care, love, understanding
Friendships:
What are key features of good friendship and poor friendship?
Disloyalty, untrustworthy, unsupportive, trust, support
Intimate personal and sexual relationships:
What are key features of good intimate relationships and bad intimate
relationships
Abuse, neglect, domestic violence, love, warmth, care
Working relationships (employer/employee, teacher/student etc):
What are key features of good working relationships and poor working
relationships
Power, disrespect, unsupportive, support, respect, loyalty, kindness…read more

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SELF CONCEPTS AND ITS
INFLUENCES
Types of self- concepts:
Self esteem ­ How we view ourselves.
Self image ­ How other people react/ think about us
Positive self-concept ­ Feeling positive, confident, happy with life & believing you are
good at something
Negative self- image ­ Feeling negative, weak, less confident, depressed, feeling of
uselessness
Influences on self-concept:
Age and appearance
Gender
Culture
Emotional maturity
Education
Relationships with others
Sexual orientation (Gay or straight)
Life experiences (Starting school/ getting married)…read more

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kingsmead666

hi how r ya

Toby1234664

I don't really have general conversations on here sorry. If there's any problems with the resource let me know but that's all I'm here to talk about

jessicadoniselli

do you have a course on child development ?

Toby1234664

I do. What kind of things are you looking for? Sorry for the late reply

12hg12

do you have any flashcards that are within the subject of PIES and the nine main factors

Toby1234664

No sorry but I could make some - I have some powerpoints on factors of development if you would like them?

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