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Title      : BPY-22 Human Development
Subject      : Psychology
copyright ©  2018     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 24/243
Total Price      : Rs.      : 177
 
 
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Basics of Human Development Total views (232)  
Developmental Psychology: Is that branch which studies physical, cognitive, and psychosocial changes across the life span.It studies how people change physically, mentally and socially through out the life span. It studies common patterns of growth and change Developmentalists look at the ways in which people differ in their development and life stories. There is considerable individual variation ......
Pages: 10
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Theories of Human Development Total views (225)  
The study of human development help us to describe, explain, predict and modify human behavior. Developmental Scientists give a number of theories about why people develop as they do. A Theory is a set of logically related concepts or statements, which seek to describe and explain development and to predict what kinds of behavior might occur under certain conditions.
Pages: 8
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Methods of Studying Human Development Total views (223)  
Human development refers to the overall growth and changes that occur over a person's life span, from conception to death. Developmental psychologists study the physical, mental or cognitive, and social changes that occur, as well as why or why not and how these changes take place. The study of human development and developmental theories provides a way for psychologists to examine societal and cu ......
Pages: 13
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Genetic Foundations of Development Total views (216)  
To understand the mechanism of heredity, we first need to understand the process of cell division, mitosis, meiosis. The process of cell division makes a single cell to multicultural organism. The prerequisite of conception, maturation, ovulation and Fertilization are being discussed in this unit.
Pages: 18
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Mechanism of Heredity Total views (218)  
Darwin wrote the Origin of Species primarily to show that evolution had occurred and to discredit the idea that species were specially and individually created by God. His theory of natural selection was a separate idea - advanced to account for how evolution might have happened. Darwin thoroughly understood selection - the differential survival and reproduction of genetic variants. But he did not ......
Pages: 21
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Chromosomal Abnormalities Total views (219)  
Genes are segments of DNA located on each of the rod-shaped structures called chromosomes that are found in the nuclei of body cells. Normal body cells with two exceptions have 23 pairs of chromosomes (46 chromosomes in all). Which is explained in unit 5. A chromosome is an organized structure of DNA and protein found in cells. It is a single piece of coiled DNA containing many genes, regulatory e ......
Pages: 15
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Pre natal Life Total views (216)  
The human being is either in a state of growth or decline, but either condition imparts change. Some aspects of our life change very little over time, are consistent. Other aspects change dramatically. Conception occurs when an egg has erupted from the ovary (as it will every 28 days) and is fertilized in the fallopian tubes or womb.
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Stages of Prenatal Life Total views (216)  
Prenatal development refers to the process in which a baby develops from a single cell after conception into an embryo and later a fetus. The average length of time for prenatal development to complete is 38 weeks from the date of conception. During this time, a single-celled zygote develops in a series of stages into a full-term baby. The three primary stages of prenatal development are the germi ......
Pages: 7
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Determinants of Prenatal Health Total views (216)  
Child psychologists have long recognized certain stages or periods in the development of every human being. Broadly, they are named as intra-uterine or before birth (prenatal), during delivery or birth (natal), birth to 4 weeks (peri-natal) and the period after birth (post natal). These periods are followed by infancy, toddler phase, preschool age, school age, to adolescence and so on.
Pages: 9
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Infancy Total views (215)  
Child psychologists have long recognized certain stages or periods in the development of every human being. Broadly, they are named as before birth (prenatal), during birth (natal), after birth (post natal) periods followed by infancy, toddler phase, preschool age, school age, to adolescence and so on.
Pages: 13
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Baby Hood Total views (222)  
Change is the rule of nature. From conception until death the Individual is constantly changing, growing and developing in his own way. He is dynamic and ever-changing. Everyone has to pass through several stages of development before changing maturity. It is definitely a long process. Babyhood is a very tremendous stage in the progress of the Individual. It covers the period of two weeks to two y ......
Pages: 9
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Emotional Development in Baby hood Total views (223)  
Babyhood stage is the one where the major developmental foundations do start, during this stage the baby learns to sit, stand, walk, run etc., in physical development. The basic emotions start developing, the child first begins to observe, then imitate and produce the different facial expressions which express different emotions. The Language development starts, the child starting with sounds, sin ......
Pages: 11
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Childhood Total views (216)  
Childhood begins when the relative dependency of babyhood is over, at approximately the age of two years, and extends to the time when the child becomes sexually mature, at approximately thirteen years. Childhood is subdivided into early childhood and late childhood. Early childhood extends from two to six years and late childhood from six to 12 years.
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Cognitive Development in Childhood Total views (216)  
In childhood the child starts learning both the physical and psychological activities. The physical and Psychological activities. The physical development helps the child to sit, stand, walk run, jump etc.. the cognitive development like learning to understand and respond.
Pages: 7
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Psychological Development in Childhood Total views (215)  
The Child learns to speak, to speak means the development of speech, the language development, comprehension, all these are developing during the early childhood. The children learn these skills to communicate with others. The development of psychological activities in reference to society leads to the development of psychosocial skills in which speech, comprehension, language, moral skills are th ......
Pages: 12
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Puberty Total views (215)  
The word "puberty" is derived from the latin word puberty, which means "age of manhood". It refers to the physical rather than the behavioral changes which occur when the individual becomes sexually mature and is capable of producing offspring.
Pages: 6
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Identity in Puberty Total views (213)  
Adolescence is a period of transition. A child moving away from childhood achieving puberty undergoes the physical and physiological changes internally and externally. During this stage the child tries to search for an identity of its own as an individual.
Pages: 9
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Adolescence Total views (213)  
The term adolescence comes from the latin word adolescence, meaning "to grow" or "to grow to maturity". The term adolescence has a broad meaning. It includes mental, emotional, and social maturity as well as physical maturity. According to Piaget "Adolescence is the age when the individual becomes integrated into the society of adults, the age when the child no longer feels that he is below the le ......
Pages: 10
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Adulthood-Cognitive and Emotional Development Total views (213)  
The word adulthood comes from a latin word- adolescence, adolescence which means to grow to maturity. The word adult is derived from adults which means "Grown" to full "size and strength" or matured. Therefore they are individuals whose growth is completed and are ready to take the status in society with other adults. It is the longest period in the life span of an individual. But the age at which ......
Pages: 9
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Adulthood-Martial Adjustment Total views (218)  
As an individual comes to adulthood it is a stage where he/she finished their education. They start searching for a job, once they are settled in the job the next thing is for search of a life partner. Searching the right life partner and getting married and starting a family. There are certain conditions which influence the marital happiness. Becoming parent and taking care of the family. All com ......
Pages: 7
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Middle Age Total views (215)  
Middle age extends from 40 to age 60. It is a time to re-evaluate goals and aspirations and how well they have been fulfilled and deciding how to use the remaining part of the time and life span. They are marked by physical and mental changes. Adjustments to middle age depends on the foundations laid during early years. It is filled with responsibilities, demanding roles, running households, depar ......
Pages: 7
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Old Age-Adjustment Total views (218)  
Old age is the closing period in the life span. Age sixty (60) is considered as the dividing line between old age and middle age. But today better living conditions and health care, delays the physical and mental signs of aging. Many problems of old age are now thought to be because of life style or disease and not aging itself.
Pages: 8
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Old Age-Living Arrangements Total views (218)  
Old age people have to make adjustments in work and family life. Vocational adjustments in old age are markedly influenced by workers attitudes. Retirement brings changes in interest, values and life pattern. Attitude towards retirement is influenced by number of conditions, economic status, attitudes of significant people. Satisfaction the retire derives from substitute activities.
Pages: 8
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Aspects of Death Total views (216)  
Birth and death are two ends of a life. One is the beginning and another is the end. Death is unavoidable. Any individual who is born will face death one or the other day. Different cultures say different things about death. People have different views, opinions and they face death in positive or negative manner. The aspects of death, attitudes towards death and the stages of dying are being discu ......
Pages: 12
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