"Child Development Flash Cards"

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT

Download "Child Development Flash Cards"

Download PDF

Fill PDF online

Rate (4.5 / 5) 10 votes
CUT along the dashed lines. FOLD along the solid lines.
A common pattern of
The attachment style of children
who are relaxed and comfortable
distress seen in
with their caregivers and
young children when
tolerant of strangers and new
experiences-as contrasted with
separated from their
children who are insecurely
caregivers.
attached
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
One of two primary response patterns
One of two primary response patterns
seen in insecurely attached children
in insecurely attached children in
in which a child wants contact with
which a child shows no interest in
the caregiver, shows excessive
contact with the caregiver and
distress when separated from the
displays neither distress when
caregiver, and proves difficult to
separated from the caregiver nor
console even when reunited.
happiness when reunited.
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
In Erikson's theory, the
The major developmental goal
developmental stages refer to
during the first 18 months of
eight major challenges that appear
life. According to Erikson's
successively across the lifespan,
theory, the child must choose
which require an individual to
between trusting or not
rethink his or her goals, as well
trusting others.
as relationships with others
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
CUT along the dashed lines. FOLD along the solid lines.
A common pattern of
The attachment style of children
who are relaxed and comfortable
distress seen in
with their caregivers and
young children when
tolerant of strangers and new
experiences-as contrasted with
separated from their
children who are insecurely
caregivers.
attached
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
One of two primary response patterns
One of two primary response patterns
seen in insecurely attached children
in insecurely attached children in
in which a child wants contact with
which a child shows no interest in
the caregiver, shows excessive
contact with the caregiver and
distress when separated from the
displays neither distress when
caregiver, and proves difficult to
separated from the caregiver nor
console even when reunited.
happiness when reunited.
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
In Erikson's theory, the
The major developmental goal
developmental stages refer to
during the first 18 months of
eight major challenges that appear
life. According to Erikson's
successively across the lifespan,
theory, the child must choose
which require an individual to
between trusting or not
rethink his or her goals, as well
trusting others.
as relationships with others
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
CUT along the dashed lines. FOLD along the solid lines.
The ability to delay
Cognitive abilities in
instant gratification
the frontal lobes
in pursuit of
necessary for complex
longer-range positive
thinking, planning, and
outcomes.
goal-directed behavior.
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
The productive of
A biologically organized mental
structure in the brain that
repetitive syllables,
facilitates the learning of
characteristic of the
language because (according to
Chomsky) it is innately
early stages of
programmed with some of the
language acquisition.
fundamental rules of grammar.
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
The rules of a language,
specifying how to use the
elements of language and
word order to produce
understandable sentences
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
www.PrintableFlashCards.net
Page of 2