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Psychology II

Child Development Timeline
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Kearce Lindner

on 12 May 2010

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Transcript of Psychology II

Child Development Timeline Age: 0-2 Piaget's Development Stages: Sensorimotor
In the sensorimotor stage, babies learn through their senses by interacting with their environment. Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development:Preconventional Level
Punishment and Obedience Orientation: Not much sense of right and wrong, choices are based on if one will get punished or not.
Pleasure-Seeking Orientation: Not much sense of right and wrong, Moral decisions are based on satisfying one's own needs.

Erikson's Stages of Development: Infant
Building strong bonds between child and mother [building trust or mistrust] Age 2-6
Piaget's Developmental Stags: Preoperational
Any procedure for mentally acting on objects,child
learns to use and to represent objects using words,
images and drawings

Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development: Preconventional Stage Erikson's Stages of Development: Toddler
Child tries to become independent and an individual, but
still depends on their parents for basic needs. Erikson's Stages of Development: Preschooler/Early Childhood
Dependent on their parents, but take control of their own environment. Age 6-11 Piaget's Developmental Stages: Concrete Operations
Characterized by the proper use of logic, rules are important,
understanding basic principles Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development: Conventional Level
Approval-Seeking Orientation: People in this stage want to gain the approval of
others.
Law & Order or Authority Orientation: They feel a need to follow the fixed rules
and uphold order, feel a need to do their duty, the rule system will break down if nobody follows them Erikson's Stages of Development: School Age/Play
Children do things by themselves and get rewarded for it, which promotes
independence,they pursue tasks to accomplish them Age 14-18 Piaget's Developmental Stages: Formal Operations
Being able to reason and think through problems,devise
plans to systematically solve problems
Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development: Conventional Level Erickson's Stages of Development: Adolescence
Finding one's inner self and the role you play, develop sense of self
Age 18-20 Piaget's Developmental Stages: Formal Operations
Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Operations: Conventional/Maybe Post Conventional. Post Conventional: Following rules but realizing that rules do not protect individual rights, morals are based on universal ethical principles, conscience is well developed. 16 years old- Driver's License Playing Peek a Boo Erikson's Stages of Development: Young adulthood
Having the need to be in a relationship Playing simple games Learning how to ride a bike Voting First day of Kindergarten College Football Game
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