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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
Family prospects (what our chances are of getting a job)
relationships
Level of education (how well we do at school)
Friendships
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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