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  1. Grudge Unit 9 – Developmental Psychology

  2. A human organism from after the embryonic stage until birth. Fetus

  3. Awareness that objects still exist when out of sight. Object Permanence

  4. Piaget’s second stage where children learn to use language and demonstrates egocentrism. Preoperational Stage

  5. In women, the ending of the menstrual cycle around age 50. Menopause

  6. The ability to understand that a quantity does not change even when it is arranged differently. Conservation

  7. An emotional tie with another person. Attachment

  8. The process by which certain animals form attachments during the critical period. Humans do not do this. Imprinting

  9. A sense of one’s identity and personal worth. Self-concept

  10. Parenting style where parents impose rules and expect obedience. Authoritarian

  11. Kohlberg’s third stage where people promote society’s welfare and look to promote justice. Post Conventional

  12. Your accumulated intelligence. This increases up to old age. Crystallized Intelligence

  13. First menstrual period at about age 12, marks female fertility. Menarche

  14. The developing human organism from about 2 weeks after fertilization through the 2nd month. Embryo

  15. The two aspects of life that dominate adulthood. Love and Work

  16. The non-reproductive sex characteristics (breasts, facial hair, Adam’s apple, etc.) Secondary Sex Characteristics

  17. Piaget’s fourth stage where children think logically about abstract concepts and reason. Formal Operational Stage

  18. A supposed time of great struggle and regret as people enter their 40s. Midlife Transition (Crisis)

  19. Psychologist known for his Zone of Proximal Development. Lev Vygotsky

  20. This occurs when a newborn’s cheek is touched, they look for a nipple to feed. Rooting Reflex

  21. Parenting style where parents submit to kids’ desires, not enforcing limits or standards for child behavior. Permissive

  22. The transition period from childhood to adulthood. Adolescence

  23. Substances such as viruses and chemicals that can damage the developing embryo/fetus. Teratogens

  24. Process by which we incorporate new information into our existing schemas. Assimilation

  25. Feeling that one’s life has been meaningful and worthwhile. Integrity

  26. Psychologist known for his Theory of Cognitive Development. Jean Piaget

  27. The period of sexual maturation, during which a person becomes capable of reproducing. Puberty

  28. Male fertility milestone marked by first ejaculation of semen with viable sperm at about age 14. Spermarche

  29. Parents enforce rules, limits, and standards, but also explain, discuss, listen, and express respect for child’s ideas and wishes. Authoritative

  30. Piaget’s first stage where infants explore the world through looking, hearing, touching, mouthing, and grasping. Sensorimotor Stage

  31. The feeling when you see people doing degrading or subhuman acts. Disgust

  32. Mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, remembering, and communicating. Cognition

  33. The period shortly after birth when certain events must take place to facilitate proper development. Critical Period

  34. Psychologist known for his Stages Theory of Psychosocial Development. Erik Erikson

  35. The stages that all infants goes through which includes sitting unsupported, crawling, beginning to walk, and walking independently. Maturation

  36. Psychologist known for his Stages Theory of Moral Development. Lawrence Kohlberg

  37. Kohlberg’s first stage where people avoid punishment and further self-interests. Preconventional

  38. Intelligence in which you have the ability to reason quickly and solve logic problems. This decreases as you age. Fluid Intelligence

  39. Seeing the world from one’s own perspective and the inability to see reality from the perspective of another person. Egocentrism

  40. A type of study in which the same people are restudied and retested over a long period. Longitudinal Study

  41. Sense that the world is predictable and trustworthy. Basic Trust

  42. The fear of strangers by infants beginning at 8 months. Stranger Anxiety

  43. Mental disintegration. Dementia

  44. Process by which we modify our schemas to fit new information. Accommodation

  45. The culturally preferred timing of social events like marriage, parenthood, and retirement. Social Clock

  46. A fertilized egg. Zygote

  47. Piaget’s third stage where children think logically about concrete events. They can now think mathematically. Concrete Operational Stage

  48. The moment an egg and a sperm join to form a zygote. Conception

  49. Abnormalities cause by exposure to alcohol in the fetal stage. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

  50. Kohlberg’s second stage where people conform, live up to expectations of others and maintain law and order. Conventional