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Define growth
growth is change in size or weight and is easy to measure
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Define development
development is acquiring skills and capabilities e.g. writing, counting
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Define self image
the mental picture we have of ourselves
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Define self esteem
is about how much you like, accept and respect yourself
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Name the 6 lifestages
INFANCY, EARLY CHILDHOOD, ADOLESCENCE, EARLY ADULTHOOD, MIDDLE ADULTHOOD, LATE ADULTHOOD
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WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE FOR INFANCY?
0-2 YEARS
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WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD?
3-8 YEARS
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WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE FOR ADOLESCENCE?
9-18 YEARS
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WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE FOR EARLY ADULTHOOD?
19-45 YEARS
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WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE FOR MIDDLE ADULTHOOD?
46-65 YEARS
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WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE FOR LATE ADULTHOOD?
65+ YEARS
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NAME 2 PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN INFANCY
able to raise head, roll over, crawl, sit, walk
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NAME 2 INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENTs IN INFANCY
language development/ability to talk, writing
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NAME 1 EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN INFANCY
bonding with key people
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NAME 2 SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN INFANCY
playing with others, sharing
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WHAT ARE GROSS MOTOR SKILLS?
these are skills using large muscles groups such as walking, running
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WHAT ARE FINE MOTOR SKILLS
these are skills that require small muscles groups such as writing, playing with play doh
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NAME THE 3 TYPES OF PLAY
solitary, parallel, social
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WHAT DOES EGOCENTRIC MEAN?
seeing things from only your own perspective or viewpoint
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WHAT DOES THE TERM 'BOND' MEAN?
forming an attachment with a parent/carer
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NAME A PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
walk up and down stairs unaided, throw and catch, balance, hand eye co-ordination
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NAME AN INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
start school, speak in full sentences, understanding numbers, weights
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NAME AN EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
express feelings, develop own self concept
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NAME A SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
form friendships, co-operation, have a best friend
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NAME A PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE
puberty
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NAME A INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE
abstract thinking, empathy develops, schooling
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NAME A EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE
mood swings, frustration, insecurities, physical attraction towards others, first relationship
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NAME A SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE
form a peer group, socialise more, friends view more important than family which can cause conflict,
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NAME THE 2 HORMONES INVOLVES IN PUBERTY
oestrogen and testosterone
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WHAT IS ABSTRACT THINKING?
the ability to think about something that might be there or even exist
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WHAT IS A PEER GROUP?
the group of people you surround yourself with
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WHAT IS PEER PRESSURE?
the need to fit in with the peer group - can be positive or negative
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WHAT IS A PEER GROUP?
the group of people you surround yourself with
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WHAT IS PEER PRESSURE?
the need to fit in with the peer group - can be positive or negative
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NAME A PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY ADULTHOOD
reach physical peak, at our strongest, early menopause
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NAME AN INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY ADULTHOOD
continue with education (uni), train within job, developed a career
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NAME AN EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY ADULTHOOD
marriage, children, move in with partner
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NAME A SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN EARLY ADULTHOOD
social life can reduce due to children, job, responsibilities
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WHAT IS THE MENOPAUSE?
the natural and permanent stopping of menstruation, occurrring usually between 45-55 in women
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NAME A PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
ageing process begins, skin loosens, grey hair, menopause,lower energy levels
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NAME AN INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
return to study/education, continued development in job, memory can deterioate
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NAME AN EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
mid life crisis, hormones change in body, empty nest sydrome
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WHAT IS MEANT BY THE TERM 'MID LIFE CRISIS'?
a dramatic period of self doubt caused by the passing of youth - causes people to relive their youth through clothes, cars etc
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WHAT IS MEANT BY EMPTY NEST SYNDROME?
this is when children leave home to go to uni or move in with a partner and parents are left feeling lonely
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NAME A SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
as children have left home you may have more time to socialise
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NAME A PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN LATE ADULTHOOD
menopause, skin thins, bones become brittle, muscles weaker,
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NAME A INTELLECTUAL DEVELOPMENT IN LATE ADULTHOOD
memory loss, dementia, may gain intellect through study, crosswords
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NAME AN EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN LATE ADULTHOOD
loss of a partner, can be isolated, more time for friends and family
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NAME A SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN LATE ADULTHOOD
social lives are good as more time, may beocme isolated after loss of partner or inability to get around
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WHAT IS DEMENTIA?
An illness that affects the brain and memory. You gradually lose the ability to think and behave normally.
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NAME 2 INHERITED FEATURES.
eye colour, hair colour, height
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WHAT DOES INHERITED MEAN?
it is a characteristic inherited through your family
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NAME A DEGENERATIVE DISEASE
Down syndrome
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HOW CAN A DEGENERATIVE DISEASE AFFECT DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH?
struggle to learn, struggle to socialise, not attend school, feel isolated, feel anxious and stressed, may not grow at the same rate as others, may not be able to do the same as others
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DEFINE THE TERM ROLE MODEL
someone who you aspire to be like
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NAME THE TWO TYPES OF SUPPORT AVAILABLE AND DESCRIBE THEM.
Formal - trained people, Informal - friends/family/colleagues
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WHAT IS NON MANUAL WORK?
non physical - computer based - less physically tiring
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WHAT IS MANUAL WORK?
physical work e.g. builder - more physically tiring
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WHAT DOES INCOME MEAN?
the money coming into the home
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HOW CAN HAVING A LOW INCOME AFFECT DEVELOPMENT
P - poor food choices I - may not be able to afford to go to uni E - may feel embarrassed and stressed where you live S - wont be able to socialise and do the same as your friends.
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NAME THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF POLLUTION
noise, air, water, light
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DESCRIBE HOW POOR LIVING CONDITIONS CAN AFFECT DEVELOPMENT
P - may get ill from damp I - wont be able to concentrate at home E - stressed and embarrassed about living conditions, lack of sleep S - isolated as wont want friends to come around
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NAME 3 EXPECTED LIFE EVENTS
Marriage, starting school, leaving school, getting a job, retirement, parenthood, living with a partner
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NAME 3 UNEXPECTED LIFE EVENTS
death of partner, promotion, going to prison, accident/injury, ill health, dropping out of education, unemployment, death of friend/relative
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