Developmental Psychology keywords

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Androgyny
Behaviours that are both masculine and feminine
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Attachment
A close emotional bond/relationship with another person
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Audio
An individual's preference to learn via listening
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Classical Conditioning
Showing an automatic response to a previously unlearnt/unrelated stimulus
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Gender Identity
An individual's view of being either male or female
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Genetics
Pairing of chromosome XX female XY male
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Gender
The physiological or cultural aspects of maleness or femaleness
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Gonads
Reproductive organs: ovaries - female: testes - male
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Hormones
Chemicals that determine reproductive structures and organs. Ovaries produce oestrogen and progesterone. Testes produce testosterone.
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Kinaestheitic
An individual's preference to learn via doing an activity
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Learning Style
The preference method of learning. An individual's preference to learn in a particular way.
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Operant Conditioning
Learning that takes place as a result of reinforcement and punishments
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Sex
Biology of an individual - identified by genitals
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Social Learning Theory
A form of human learning that involves observing and imitating others
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Visual
An individual's preference to learn via watching/looking
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A close emotional bond/relationship with another person

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An individual's preference to learn via listening

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Showing an automatic response to a previously unlearnt/unrelated stimulus

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An individual's view of being either male or female

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