Name a negative behaviour caused by peer pressure.
smoking, drug abuse, truancy, bullying, stealing.
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Name a posative behaviour caused by peer pressure.
Taking part in sport, studying, befreinding, respecting others, learning a new skill, healthy eating.
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What does a healthy relationship result in?
trust, acceptance, respect, honesty, high self-concept.
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What does a unhealthy realtionship result in?
stress, isolation, blame, low self-concept, insecurity.
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Name what independance can be influenced by?
health, culture, physical disbility, stage of development, peers, family.
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Degeneration of nervous tissue can cause what issues?
decline in short term memory, effects on senses, decline in verbal capability, increase in time taken to react.
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Degeneration of sense organs can cause what issues?
Low self-image, depression, difficulty in taking part in activitys, anxiety and isolation
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Possible effects of housing conditions are?
overcrowding, no heating, lack of outdoor space, poor sanitation, poor ventilation/damp.
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What is Foetal Alcohol Syndrome?
condition cause by mother drinking alcohol whilst pregant.
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What does Foetal Alcohol Syndrome cause? PIES
Small head cicrumfrence, cognative difficulties, abnormal growth, facial abnormalities.
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Having a poor lifestlye while pregant can cause the un-born baby to have what issues?
low birth weight, premature birth, long-term health issues, learning disabilites, development delay, cogantive defects.
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What are Piaget's stages?
sensorimotor, pre-operational, concrete operations & formal operations
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What is being egocentric?
Only being able to see things from their own perspective (point of view)
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What did critics say about Piaget?
childrens development was underrestimated and with more support can move onto differnet stages at quicker paces.
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What is the sensory motor stage? & what ages?
(0-2) Infancts learn about thier enviroment and develop schemas by using all senses to explore.
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What is the pre-operational stage? & what ages?
(2-7) Children begin to control thier enviroment by using symbolic behaviour, representational words and drawing & pretend play.
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What is the formal operational stage? & what ages?
(11-18) have the capicity for abstract thought, rational thought and problem solving.
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What is the concrete operational stage? & what ages?
(7-11) Children use practical resources to help them understand things around them, the classify and categorise & use logic to understand what they see.
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What are the stages of developing a schema?
Assimilation, Equilbrium, Disequilibrium & Accommodation
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What is maturation during early adulthood?
When individuals reach physical maturity in early adulthood.
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Name some signs of ageing.
greying hair, loss of muscle tone, loss of weight, loss of skin elasticity.
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What is the 'perimenopause'? & what age do you begin it?
40-45yrs, the beggining of menopause, end of fertility.
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What are the symptoms of the perimenopause?
hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings, loss of libido, vaginal dryness.
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What is the menopause? & what age do you get it?
45-60, menopause is a natural physiological change happens to women only during middle adulthood, happens over several years with the gradual ending of menstruation.
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Name three symptoms of the menopause.
loss of libido, ovulation ends, night sweats, hot flushes, mood swings, bad health of hair, skin and nails.
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Name 5 physical effects of ageing.
loss of muscle, loss of stamina, reduction in hearing, loss of mobility, reduction in vision, less elasticity in skin, thinning of hair.
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What is LAD?
Language Acquisition Device
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What did Chomsky say children are born with?
Are bron with a structure in their brain that enables them to acquire language.
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What were the critics of Chomsky's theory?
Lack fo evidence, rate of development may be quicker with other children, he put emphasis on grammer in sentance development.
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According to Bowlby, what were infants biologically pre-programmed to do?
to form attachments.
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What is self-concept?
The combination of self-image and self-esteem.
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What thoery is based on nuture?
Bandura's social learning theory
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What thoery's are based on nature?
Chomsky, Piaget, Gesell's
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What is the Holmes-Rahe social adjustment rating scale?
Holmes and Rahe listed 43 life events that individuals may experience which add's up and the score shows how stressed you are compared to a chart they created.
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Name 6 health care services.
sexual heath, mental health, pharmacy, dental, eye care, maternity services, chronic care.
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Name the four parenting styles.
Authoritative, Authoritarian, Permissive, Disengaged/ uninvolved.
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Identify two health benefits of being a vegetarian
Low fat diet- low cholesterol, high fibre diet- improves digestive system.
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Identify two health risks caused by being a vegetarian
lack of iron- low red blood cells, lack of calcium- weak bones & teeth.
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What is happening to life exepctancy in the UK?
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What is acute care?
meeting immediate health needs- like a broken hip, heart attack
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What is healthcare?
medication, support for long term conditions, palliative care, continence care, specialist nursing/ units.
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What is social care?
Own home, day care or residential, assessing needs, supporting independance, personal care, day-to-day care, respite care.
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