Lecture Notes for HD 1004 - Human Development I with Smith at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Study Guide
Class:HD 1004 - Human Development I
Subject:Human Development
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2008
  • Cesarean Section
  • Moderate Retardation
  • Structured Questions
  • Myelination
  • Fetal Position
  • Sequential Designs
  • Monozygotic
  • Germinal Stage
  • Synaptogenesis
  • Proximodistal
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Human Development I HD 1004 Fall 2008 Study Guide for Test 1 Chapter 1 • Identify and define the three developmental domains. • Discuss the significance of the following developmental issues: o Maturation and Learning o Nature and Nurture o Continuous and Discontinuous o Early and Later Experiences o Individual Differences • Discuss the nature–nurture controversy and give examples of both biological/genetic and environmental influences, as well as of the interactions between these influences • Define continuity and discontinuity, giving an example of each. • Explain how twin studies are used to determine genetic and environmental influences. • Discuss the historical roots of the study of child development (e.g., original sin, tabula rasa, innate goodness) • Describe the contemporary applied directions of human development • Define the following key terms and concepts: -child development: changes in physical, social, emotional, and intellectual functioning over time, from conception through a...

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