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Early Childhood Development Crossword

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the early childhood years are? challenging
allows young children to organize their attention and actions prefrontal cortex
what motor skills use the large muscles? gross
what motor skills use the small muscle of the hands and fingers? fine
process that influences skills such as hand-eye coordination myelination
a major force that interacts to influence physical development genetic elements
what kind of development theory was Piaget known for? cognitive
what are children seen as during unoccupied play? observers
when children show a preference for one hand over the other, this illustrates brain ? lateralization
how many stages was Erikson's Psychological Theory of Development based off of? eight
in Maslow's hierarchy of needs which hierarchy involves food, water, shelter, sleep, exercise, and sex? Physiological
what kind of thinking allows young children to understand that people can make things happen? precausal
what kind of thinking is the tendency to endow inanimate objects with life and consciousness? animistic
what instructional method brings a child's imagination closer to reality? roleplay
what theorist considers initiative versus guilt as a stage in early childhood development? erikson
recognition that objects and events exist even when they can't be seen, heard, or touches: object ? permanence

8 Stages of Development by Erik Erikson Crossword

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Scientist who proposed a psychoanalytic theory of psychosocial development comprising eight stages from infancy to adulthood. Erik Erikson
Erikson's theory of psychosocial development has ______ distinct stages. eight
During this stage, the person is uncertain about the world in which they live. To resolve these feelings of uncertainty, they look towards their primary care giver for stability and consistency of care. Trust vs. Mistrust
Between the ages of _____, they begin to assert their independence, by walking away from their mother, picking which toy to play with, and making choices about what they like to wear, to eat, etc. 18 months and 3
A healthy balance between initiative and guilt is important. Success in the stage of Initiative vs. Guilt leads to the virtue of _______. Purpose
__________ is the fourth stage of Erikson's theory, at this stage the person starts learning to read and write, to do sums, and do things on their own. Teachers begin to take an important role in the child's life as they teach the child specific skills. Industry vs. Inferiority
The ______ is Identity vs. Role Confusion, where teenagers are deciding their personalities through an intense exploration of personal values, beliefs and goals. Fifth Stage
Occurring in young adulthood (ages 18 to 40 yrs), we begin to share ourselves more intimately with others. We explore relationships leading toward longer-term commitments with someone other than family member. Intimacy vs. Isolation
By failing to achieve the objectives in the stage of Generativity vs. Stagnation, we become ______ and feel unproductive. Stagnant
As we grow older and become senior citizens, we tend to slow down our __________ and explore life as a retired person. It is during this time that we contemplate our accomplishments and can develop integrity if we see ourselves as leading a successful life. Productivity

life stages Word Search

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developments
social
intellectual
emotional
physical
later adulthood
adulthood
adolescence
puberty
later childhood
early childhood
infancy
conception

Erik Erikson Crossword

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What other theorist influenced Erikson? Freud
What was one war the US was going through during the time of his theory? WWII
Was Eriksons theory stage based or continuous? stage based
What did each person develop as they completed a stage? basic virtues
What was stage 3? initiative vs guilt
what was stage 8? ego integrity vs despair
What did Erikson believe people face in each stage? crises
what did Erikson study in college? art
what kind of development was Eriksons theory based on? psychosocial
When was Eriksons theory released? 1950

Lifespan Development Word Search

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constructivist
atypical
epigenesis
theory
multidimensional
selfefficacy
selfesteem
Xchromosome
coaction
typical
Nurture
nature
psychosocial development
Erikson
Incremental
Piaget

1.1 The study of Children Crossword

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Period of great growth and change between childhood and adulthood Adolescence
The study of how children grow and change physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and morally ChildDevelopment
Development process that refers to the ability to experience, express, and control emotions Emotional
A person's surroundings and everything in them, including both human and non-human factors Environment
Austrian psychiatrist whose theory states that a person's early emotional experiences affect adult life profoundly SigmundFreud
The sum of all the qualities a person inherits from his or her parents at birth Heredity
A series of stages a person passes through during his or her lifetime IndividualLifeCycle
Period of childhood from birth up to one year Infancy
A developmental process that referss to the growth of the brain and tbe use of mental skills Intellectual
Italian educator whose theory states children learn best through their sences pursuing their own intrests at their own rate MariaMontessori
A school providing children freedom within limits aby a rather structured approach, and a fixed method in which materials are presented MontessoriSchool
Developmental process that refers to the ability to know right from wrong Moral
An act of recognizing and recording behavior Observation
A developmental process that refers to the physical growth of a person's body Physical
The first to study children in a scientific way; he said that children go through four stages of thinking and should be given learning tasks suitable for each stage JeanPiaget
Period of childhood from three to five years of age Preschooler
A child old enough to attend school. Ages 5-12 Schoolage
A developmental process that refers to the way people relate to others around them Social
A scientifically acceptable followed as the basis of action Theory
Period of childhood from one to three years of age Toddler

Meiosis Crossword

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Offspring of genetically different parents Hybrid
A hereditary unit Gene
A distinguishing feature Trait
One member of a pair of genes Allele
Separation of paired alleles Segregation
A group of four chromatids Tetrad
Cell formed by the union of two gametes Zygote
The union of male and female gametes Fertilization
A reproductive cell having the haploid numbers Gamete
Having the same number of chromosomes sets Haploid
Having different alleles Heterozygous
Having the same alleles at a gene Homozygous
Belonging to series of organic compounds Homologous
Two gametes from diploid zygote with twice the number Biploid
Dividing the cells in half Probability
Genetic law that contrast traits Principal of dominance
Chromosomes switch Crossing over

Lifespan Development Crossword

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Changes in the body & brain Physical development
Learning, Memory,& Creativity Cognitive development
Emotion, personality, & social relationships Psychosocial development
Three domains: Physical, Cognitive, & Psychosocial Normative approach
Children developing at different rates Developmental milestone
Cumulative process, improving on existing skills. Continuous development
Occurs at specific times or ages Discontinuous
Biology & Genetics Nature
Environment & Culture Nurture
Freud's Stages Psychosexual Development
Social nature of development Psychosocial Development
Concepts used to categorize and interpret information schemata
Birth - 2 year old Sensorimotor Stage
Between 5 - 8 months developed object permanence
2 - 7 years of age Preoperational Stage
Change the appearance of something Conservation
Not able to make perspective's of others. egocentrism
Known as the 3rd stage Concrete Operational Stage
Objects can be changed and then returned back to the original object. Reversibility
Age 11 - Adulthood. Formal Operational Stage
Reviewing peoples responses. Stages of moral reasoning

Stem Cells Crossword

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early stage of a developing organism embryo
a cell that can differentiate into many different cell types pluripotent
developing human baby from week nine to birth fetus
environmental factor that causes gene mutations mutagen
structure in an ovary where an egg develops follicle
refers to a cell that can differentiate into all different cell types totipotent
a hollow fluid-filled structure blastocyst
pre-birth developement in humans antenatal
a primary germ layer ectoderm
union of egg and sperm to form a zygote fertilisation
ectoderm, mesoderm and endoderm germ layers
a process where malignant tumours spread throughout the body metastasis
refers to a cell that can differentiate into a number of closely related cells multipotent
gene that signals cells to continue dividing oncogene
release of an egg from the ovary ovulation
potential source of embryonic cells parthenote
fertilised egg that results from the fusion of haploid gametes zygote
membrane bound organelle containing the genetic material DNA nucleus
unspecialised undifferentiated
to become more specialised differentiate
cells of the outer layer of the blastocyst trophoblast
female gamete egg
male gamete sperm
the middle layer of cells or tissues of an embryo mesoderm
a disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body cancer
an undifferentiated cell of a multicellular organism stem cell
replicate a fragment of DNA clone
cell division that results in two daughter cells mitosis
cell division that results in four daughter cells meiosis
a defect involving chromosome 21 down syndrome
thread-like structure composed of DNA and protein chromosome
cover flat surfaces epithelial tissues
a tumour of melanin-forming cells melanoma

Adolescence Crossword Puzzle

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Period of transition between childhood and adulthood. Adolescence
Found that in some societies, adolescence is viewed as a enjoyable time. Margaret Mead
Developed the Theory of Developmental Tasks. Robert Havighurst
What is female puberty called? Menarche
What is male puberty called? Spermarche
Process where individuals explain an often unpleasant emotion or behavior that will preserve self esteem. Rationalization
Who thinks building an identity is unique to adolescence? Erik Erikson
Not giving any serious thought to making decisions and have no clear sense of identity. Identity Confused
Which two Psychologists believe adolescence is a time of crisis? Erikson and Marcia
What percent of marriages end in divorce? Fifty
A group within a group. Clique
Who do adolescences turn to on things such as fashion and music? Peers
Refusing to eat and not maintaining weight. Anorexia Nervosa
Characterized by binge eating, throwing up, rigorous dieting or fasting. Bulimia Nervosa
Generalization about the characteristics of man and woman. Gender Stereotypes
Combining/ blending traditional male and female characteristics. Androgynous
Who talks more at 12 years old? Male or Female Female
A set of behaviors organized around how either a male or female should think and act. Gender Schema