Flashcards in Unit 1: Human Lifespan Development- Key Terms Deck (30):
Define LIFE STAGES?
A number of distinct phase's people pass through during their lives.
What are the PIES development?
P - Physical development
I - Intellectual development
E - Emotional development
S - Social development
What is PHYSICAL development?
Gross and fine motor skills.
What is INTELLECTUAL development?
Egocentric view of the world.
What is EMOTIONAL development?
Bonding with others.
What is SOCIAL development?
Interacting with others.
What is Gross Motor Skills?
The ability to move and co-ordinate the movement of large limbs.
Give 4 example of Gross Motor Skills
What is Fine Motor Skills?
The ability to move and co-ordinate the movement of hands and fingers.
Give 4 examples of Fine Motor Skills?
Tying shoe laces.
Holding a spoon.
What is LANGUAGE development?
The process children go through as they learn to communicate with others using words/speech.
Seeing things from only your view point or perspective.
What does BOND mean?
Forming an attachment with a parent or carer.
Growth is an INCREASE in what?
How a child gains skills and is able to control the actions their body makes.
Mental pictures we have of ourselves.
How much you like, accept and respect yourself.
What is OESTROGEN?
Hormone produced in women's ovaries that controls the development of sexual characteristics and stimulates change in the reproductive system.
What is TESTOSTERONE?
Hormone produced by the testes that controls the development of male sexual characteristics.
What is ABSTRACT THINKING?
Ability to think about something that might not be there or even exist.
What is a PEER GROUP?
The social group a persons belongs to which influences beliefs and behaviour.
Seeing things from another person's perspective.
What is a MID-LIFE CRISIS?
Dramatic period of self-doubt caused by passing of youth to later adulthood.
What is MENOPAUSE?
Natural and permanent stopping of menstruation.
What ages does Menopause usually take place?
What is DEMENTIA?
Illness that affects the brain and memory.
Lose ability to think and behave normally.
What is a ROLE MODEL?
Someone whose behaviour or attitudes people try to copy because they admire them.
What is a GENDER ROLE?
A role determined by a person's gender.
What is MANUAL WORK?
Work that requires the use of physical skills.