Unit 1

Life Stages

Developmental norms/Stereotypes

Gross & Fine Motor Skills 

PIES Development - Infancy to Later Adulthood

Self Concept

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0-2 years
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3-8 years
early childhood
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9-18 years
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19-45 years
early eadulthood
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46-65 years
middle adulthood
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65+ years
later adulthood
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The P in PIES
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The I in PIES
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The E in PIES
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The S in PIES
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what lifestage involves rapid groeth and devlopment?
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Jumping is a ............. motor skill
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drawing is a ........... motor skill
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name the 3 other fine motor skill developments: nothing - ........ -.......... -.........
squeezing pulling picking up
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name the 3 other gross motor skill developments: nothing - ........ ....... -.......... -.........
roll over crawl walk
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infants bond with
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in what life stage do we form strong attachments to our carers
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infants need to receive love and
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what two things do infants need to grow and develop?
security and influence
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name the emotional theory that occurs in infancy
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the way the brain works and how we think (infancy)
cognitive development
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the ability to know where things are placed (infancy)
objective performance
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the biggest intellectual development in infancy
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relationships in infancy are models for relationships in other
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in early infancy a child plays alone this is called
solitary play
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by the age of two children should be able to play with others which is called
parallel play
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between the ages of 3 and 8 children experiance new
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children develop emotions such as .............(4)............in early childhood
love hate fear jealousy
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children often through temper tantrums as they are egocentric this is a
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by the end of childhood children are able to experiance life through thoughts and senses this is called
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a childs .................. and communication improves in early childhood
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children learn by asking questions and watching others
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children can decide between right and wrong
moral development
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imagination and creativity (role play)
cooperative play
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children develop ......... in early childhood
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as a result of friends, in early childhood we learn how to .................... in society
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by the end of childhood these are defined
facial features
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in early childhood we gain a sense of ...............(physical)
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in what live stage do lots of physical changes occur which affect us emotionally
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adolescents begin to feel physically ............ to others
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one of the biggest emotional developments in adolescence is handling
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the ability to think about concepts and ideas in adolescence
abstract thinking
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this is explored in adolescence
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relationship formed in adolescence
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what influences how we think in adolescence
peer group
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facial hair, voice change, pubic hair, *********** and underarm hair are all physical changes for a male in what life stage
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underarm hair, breast growth, hip growth, pubic hair and menstruation are all physical changes for a female in what life stage
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In which life stage do we choose to cohabit or marry others
early adulthood
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what does cohabit mean?
living together
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developing steady relationships in early adulthood leads to feeling
loved secure
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name a way of finding yourself living alone in early adulthood
relationship breakdown
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in what life stage do people begin making families and creating emotional bonds
early adulthood
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in what life stage do we experience our productive peak
early adulthood
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what abilities do we keep as we age
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another way of saying physical peak
physical maturity
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at the end of early adulthood what physical capability declines
metabolic rate
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fertility slows down during which life stage
early adulthood
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metabolic rate decrease leads to
weight gain
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many people start early adulthood with few
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by the end of early adulthood people have more responsibilities e.g
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why are confused emotions common in middle adulthood?
hormone changes
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when children leave home how what do parents suffer from
empty nest syndrome
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What do people go through when they try to recapture their youth?
mid life crisis
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due to the aging process in middle adulthood people have a
slow memory
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women physically go through what in middle adulthood
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men produce less ........... in middle adulthood
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some people find it hard to develop socially in middle adulthood because they are supporting their children in
higher education
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the aging process stops some adults from being
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people extend their social network in middle adulthood as they have few
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which life stage enables people to spend time with friends and family
later adulthood
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retirement means less
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what is traumatising for many in later adulthood
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what illness do people in later adulthood sometimes suffer from
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in later adulthood how do we keep our brain active
reading and puzzles
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in later adulthood our skin is thin and less
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eyesight and ............ often go in later adulthood
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people tend to have a great social life in the first ...... years of later adulthood
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during the later stages of life people focus more on their ........ than a social life
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3-8 years


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9-18 years


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19-45 years


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46-65 years


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