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Copy of Human Development Timeline.

Human Development Timeline for Psy-150-15IN.
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Lordy Santos

on 22 June 2015

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Transcript of Copy of Human Development Timeline.

Prenatal Period
0-9 Months

Due to not being an independent individual yet, there is no cognitive, motor, or socioemotional development. However, there are three different stages that occur throughout the prenatal stage; the germinal stage, the embryonic stage, and the fetal stage.
Infancy
9 Months - 1 Year
Toddler
1 - 3 Years
Preschool
3 - 6 Years
Middle Childhood
6 - 12 Years
Adolescence
12 - 18 Years
Young Adulthood
18 - 40 Years
Middle Adulthood
40 - 65 Years
Late Adulthood
65+ Years
Cognitive Development

Infants are in the sensorimotor stage of Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development where they are learning to perform difficult skills and behaviors. A lot of motor skills are used during this period that involve touching and grasping. Children also do not understand that if they do not see an object, it still exists.
Motor Development

Newborns not only are able to use their pre-learned reflexes (such as the rooting reflex and the eyeblink reflex), they are able to attempt some "goal-directed behaviors" such as bringing their thumbs to their face to suck on them.
Socioemotional Development

Trust versus Mistrust
Cognitive Development

Toddlers are still in the sensorimotor stage but at the age of 2, are now in Piaget's Preoperational stage in which they learn to develop "symbolic representations." Children in this stage also take part in "pretend play." Children remain egocentric in this stage and because of that, they give inanimate objects feelings, which is known as animistic thinking.
Socioemotional Development

Autonomy versus Shame & Doubt
Cognitive Development

Children are still included in Piaget's Preoperational stage. Children are still egocentric and experience animistic thinking. They experience irreversibility and centration as well.
Socioemotional Development
Initiative versus Guilt
Cognitive Development

Though still in Piaget's Preoperational stage, children shortly transation to the Concrete Operational stage at the age of 7, Children are able to hold conversation, understand quantity, and thoughts become less egocentric.
Socioemotional Development

Industry versus Inferiority
Cognitive Development

Children reach Piaget's final stage of cognitive development, the Formal Operational Stage, or full cognitive maturity. This means full mental development as far as abstract thinking, problem solving, and logic based ideas.
Physical Development

Children grow rapidly during this period. They also reach puberty, or sexual maturity. Girls hit a major milestone by experiencing menarche, or the beginning of menstration.
Socioemotional Development

Identity versus Role Diffusion
Cognitive Development

Young adults perform the best on standardized intelligence test's due to having sharp minds. Our level of crysllized intelligence may not be at it's best yet due to lack of knowledge (associated with age).
Physical Development

Young adults begin to lose lean body tissue (muscle), which is associated with the loss of muscle strength unless a regular healthy diet is in effect as well as regular exercise.
Socioemotional Development

Intimacy versus Isolation
Cognitive Development

People in this age range may experience a decline in fluid intelligence, but not much of a difference and quite possibly an increase in crystallized intelligence.
Physical Development

Women in this age group will experience menopause, or the inability to reproduce.
Socioemotional Development

Generativity versus Stagnation
Cognitive Development

Older people tend to have minds that are less sharp and may require more reaction time, as well as help recalling memories. Dementia and Alzheimers disease are common problems in this age range.
Physical Development

Joints begin to stiffen, bone density and muscle mass decreases, skin becomes less elastic causing wrinkles, and senses deminish. Those who are in this age range tend to have a weaker immune system and are prone to infection as well.

Socioemotional Development

Integrity versus Despair
Human
Development

The End.
Moral Development

Preconventional -
Consequences of behavior
Moral Development

Preconventional -
Consequences of behavior
Moral Development

Preconventional -
Consequences of behavior
Moral Development

Conventional -
Conformity to Norms
Moral Development

Conventional -
Conformity to Norms
Moral Development

Post-Conventional -
Moral Reasoning and Decision Making
Moral Development

Post-Conventional -
Moral Reasoning and Decision Making
Moral Development

Post-Conventional -
Moral Reasoning and Decision Making
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