Type
Word Search
Description

Aggression
attachment
Authoritarian
authoritative
Bully
Clique
Crowd
Empathy
Gang
Guilt
Identity
Morality
Neglected
Personality
Popular
Proactive
Reactive
Rejected
Shame
Socialization
Sympathy
Temperament

Chapter 10 (Emotional and Social Development in Early Childhood) Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Initiative Versus Guilt
Self Concept
Self Esteem
Emotional Development
Preschoolers
Emotional Self Regulation
Temperament
Effortful Control
Self Conscious Emotions
Empathy and Sympathy
Cultural Influences
Altruistic Behavior
Personal Distress
Nonsocial Activity
Parallel Play
Cooperative Play
Cognitive Maturity
Caregivers
Kindergartners
Social Problem Solving
Direct Parental Influences
Induction
Foundations of Morality
Social Learning Theory
Operant Conditioning
Modeling
Moral Imperatives
Gender Typing
Gender Identity
Androgyny
Gender Schema Theory
Gender Constancy
Stereotyping

Socioemotional Development in Early Childhood Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

authoritarian parents
authoritative parents
childhood
conscience
convention
development
discipline
gender constancy
gender cultures
gender segregation
I-self
me-self
moral reasoning
morality
neglecting parents
parental control
parental warmth
permissive parents
perspective taking
play
positive emotion bias
preconventional level
punishment
self
self-regulation
sociodramatic play

Adolescence Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Identity
Gang
Clique
Crowds
Rite of Passage
Anorexia Nervosa
Bulimia Nervosa
Eating Disorders
Late Marurer
Early Maturer
Growth Spurt
Pituitary Gland
Gonads
Adrenal Gland
Hormones
Puberty
Late Adolescence
Middle Adolescence
Early Adolescence

Your Growth and Development Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

abstract ideas
character
Chronological age
concrete thinking
emotional development
extrovert
intellectual development
introvert
moral principles
personality
physical development
puberty
role
self-concept
self-estem
social development
socialization
temperament

**MENTAL HEALTH** Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

PROTECTIVE FACTOR
RESILIENCY
DEPRESSION
ANXIETY
PSYCHOSOMATIC RESPONSE
STRESSON
PERCEPTION
STRESS
HOSTILITY
EMPATHY
HORMONES
EMOTIONS
CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM
DEVELOPMENT ASSETS
PERSONAL IDENTITY
MODELING
PERSONALITY
SELF ACTUALZATION
HIERACHY OF NEEDS
MENTAL

Emotional and Social Development Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

stranger anxiety
temperament
social smile
social referencing
self recognition
empathy
effortful child
easy child
delay gratification
difficult child
basic trust
basic emotions
Attachment

Stereotypes Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

band geek
bullies
cheerleaders
clique
exclusion
flirts
foreigner
goth
jocks
labels
nerdy
outcasts
overachiever
party people
popular
social butterfly
troublemaker

Psychosocial Theory Stage Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Despair
Integrity
Self-Absorption
Generativity
Isolation
Solidarity
Intimacy
Confusion
Identity
Reputation
Inferiority
Industry
Guilt
Initiative
Doubt
Shame
Autonomy
Mistrust
Trust

Developing Through the Life Span Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

zygote inner cells become the embryo
cause misproportioned head and lifelong brain abnormalities Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
mental actvities associated with thinking, knowing, remembering and communication cognition
difficulty perceiving things from another's point of view egocentric
powerful survival impulse that keep infant close to caregivers attachment
critical period for attachment which falls in the hours shortly after hatching imprinting
a person's characteristic emotional reactivity and intensity temperament
often forms around their distinctiveness social identity
women usually experience within a few years of age 50 menopause
culturally prerferred timing of social events social clock
created stages of congnitive development Paiget

Mental and Emotional Health Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Stress and nervousness anxiety
capacity to recover quickly resilience
serving a useful purpose constructive
how yo view yourself self esteem
bring a situation to an end closure
ability to do something successfully competence
being judged criticism
how you view something perception
sadness over death grief
feeling sad or upset constantly depression
mark of disgrace stigma
realization of ones potential self-actualization
being aggressive toward someone hostility
something that causes stress stressor
deep sorrow for someone that died mourning
lack of intrest apathy
a person to look up to role model
normal mental stress that is beneficial for person eustress
physical pain from a mental issue psychomatic-respone
understand and share the feelings of another empathy
mental and moral qualities of a person character
being honest and having strong moral principles integrity
extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain distress
feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune sympathy