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DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 1 Discussion

Create Your Own Developmental Stage

Directions:

In this module, you explored several theories of human development including a psychodynamic theory advanced by Freud which was later built upon by Erikson. Although the initial stages of Erikson's work parallels Freud's, Erikson's theory introduced three adult stages resulting in a more comprehensive lifespan view of psychosocial development.

In your initial post:

Apply Erikson's theory to your own development and identify which of Erikson's developmental stages you are in currently.

Based on your experiences or what you have witnessed in others, suggest a new stage of development to further Erikson's theory. Be sure to give your new stage a name, describe its characteristics (age span, behaviors, challenges, etc.), and ensure that it's clear where it would be inserted into Erikson's existing stages.

Describe whether or not you have achieved the goal of your newly created developmental stage.

Review the posts made by your classmates and reply to at least two explaining how you have achieved (or how you could achieve) their developmental stage according to Erickson's theory.

Due dates for your initial and response posts can be found by checking the Course Syllabus and Course Calendar.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 2 Discussion

Genetic Screening

Directions:

In the United States, most state health departments require screening for genetic disorders in newborns. Some states go so far as to require pre-marriage genetic testing, where they examine the potential parents for risk of genetic disorders in their offspring. It's worth noting, however, that some states allow for exemptions from testing based on religious convictions or other established reasons.

In your initial post, state whether or not you believe it's appropriate for states to require pre-marriage genetic testing. Explain your reasoning and support your position with credible resources.

Review the posts made by your classmates and reply to at least two who took a position other than your own. Reply to those posts indicating which aspect(s) of their reasoning you found most compelling.

 

 

 

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 3 Discussion

Parenting Styles

Directions:

In your initial post, consider the Four Prototypic Dimensions of Parenting and address the following:

Which style best describes the approach used by your parents/guardians when you were growing up?

Which style do you (or would you) use with your children?

What impact do you think the parenting-style you experienced growing up has had on you? Has it influenced (or would it influence) your style as a parent?

Be sure to support your responses and give examples.

Review the posts made by your classmates and reply to at least two that experienced a different upbringing or explained a perspective you did not consider. Reply to those posts indicating which aspect(s) of their reasoning you found most compelling.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 4 Discussion

Puberty

Directions:

This module introduces the topic of puberty and explores how children develop physically, psychosocially, and cognitively during this time. Often, parents/caregivers are not comfortable talking with children about the changes they experience during puberty and, consequently, leave children to figure things out on their own.

As a parent/guardian, what do you think would be important to tell a child about puberty? Describe at least one thing you would explain from each of the following categories:

physical changes

psychosocial changes

cognitive changes

Review the posts made by your classmates and reply to at least two that explained different aspects of puberty you did not consider. Reply to those posts indicating which aspect(s) of their reasoning you found most compelling.

 

 

 

 

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 5 Discussion

Living Arrangements for the Elderly

Directions:

Explain the positive and negative aspects of the living arrangements for the elderly listed below. Be sure to thoroughly evaluate each option.

Living in own home

Living with their children

Assisted living facility

Nursing home with intermediate care

Nursing home with skilled nursing care and make recommendations for healthy and disabled elderly

Review the posts made by your classmates and reply to at least two that explored ideas different from your list. Reply to those posts indicating which aspect(s) of their reasoning you found most compelling.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 6 Discussion

Women Outliving Men

Directions:

While life expectancy continue to increase, differences exist between men and women. As a general rule, women outlive men, yet there are a few countries where men survive longer than women.

What are some reasons females outlive men in the United States and most countries of the world?

What are some reasons that men outlive women in countries other than the United States?

What are some of the factors that contribute to these gender differences?

Review the posts made by your classmates and reply to at least two that explored ideas different from yours. Reply to those posts indicating which aspect(s) of their response you found most fascinating.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 1 Assignment  

Institutional Review Board (IRB)

In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, conduct research on the topic of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and address the following:

Explain the primary responsibilities and priorities of the IRB.

Identify an organization, such as a research hospital or pharmaceutical company, that involves human research subjects including all of the following at-risk populations:

children

women

minorities

cognitively impaired subjects

Describe the organization's specific guidelines/policies regarding conducting research on each of the at-risk, human populations listed above.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 2 Assignment  

Breastfeeding

In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, research the topic of breastfeeding and address the following:

Explain at least 3 advantages and 3 potential disadvantages or concerns related to breastfeeding.

Explain at least 3 advantages and 3 disadvantages or concerns about formula feeding.

Describe the impact that breastfeeding has on a working mother.

Describe at least 1 legal issue and/or recent legislation related to breastfeeding.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 2 Assignment  

Learning Disability

In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, research the topic of learning disabilities of American children and address the following:

When is a child's communication considered delayed? Please include stages of development regarding communication with examples.

What are speech disorders and how are they characterized?

What are language disorders? How does they affect language development and education?

How does a speech language pathologist help children with communication disorders? Explain with specific techniques and examples.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 3 Assignment  

Peer and Family Influence on Self-esteem

Imagine you have been asked to speak to a group of parents about promoting self-esteem in school-age children. You need to research the topic and prepare a visually appealing PowerPoint slideshow to accompany your presentation. Your PowerPoint slideshow will need to:

Have a title slide.

Contain 5-10 content slides that include Speaker Notes which provide supporting details to use when elaborating on the slide contents.

Address the following questions:

How does level of self-esteem typically change during middle childhood? What factors contribute to this change?

What are some influences on school-age children's self-esteem?

Does very high self-esteem always have positive effects on children's adjustment? Why or why not?

What are the typical consequences of low self-esteem?

What are some other strategies that parents and teachers can use to promote children's self-esteem? What behaviors should adults avoid, and why?

Be written using proper spelling/grammar.

Cite at least 3 academic references and present the sources in APA format on a References slide.

For information about creating PowerPoint presentations or how to add Speaker Notes, consult the resources below.

Writing Guide: PowerPoints

How do I add speaker notes to my PowerPoint presentation slides?

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 4 Assignment  

Eating Disorders

In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, research the topic of eating disorders and address the following:

Compare and contrast anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.

Who is more likely to suffer from anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa? Why?

What are the causes contributing to anorexia nervosa?

What are the consequences of eating disorders?

How can one diagnose eating disorders?

What are the treatment and support options for a person who has eating disorders?

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 4 Assignment  

Portrayal of Families and Relationships

Assignment Content

As societal-norms evolve, a variety of popular entertainment media (books, movies, TV shows, etc.) feature stories of characters who are a part of traditional and non-traditional family or relationship structures. Examples include but are not limited to: traditional families, cohabitation, single-parent households, blended families, same-sex couples, and grandparents as the primary care-givers for their grandchildren.

In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, address the following:

Describe a book, movie, or TV show that you are familiar with which features characters in families or personal relationships.

Select at least two families/relationships from your chosen story and explain the relationship characteristics and dynamics between individuals.

Apply terminology presented within the module when analyzing the relationships. Be sure to include APA citations for any resources you used as references.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 5 Assignment  

Menopause

In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, research the topic of menopause and address the following:

Explain perimenopause, surgical menopause, stress menopause, and postmenopause.

Describe the signs of menopause.

Which other life changes (e.g., physical, psychosocial, and cognitive) may influence a women's experience during menopause?

Which women are at the highest risk for osteoporosis?

Describe the traditional and alternative therapies for the conditions associated with menopause.

Suggest appropriate health, nutrition, and exercise guidelines for middle-aged and older adults.

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 5 Assignment  

Depression in the Elderly

Depression in later life is usually diagnosed on the basis of two clusters of symptoms: feelings and physical changes. In a 3-page paper, written in APA format using proper spelling/grammar, research the topic of depression in the elderly and address the following:

How would one know if an elderly relative had clinical depression or was sad because of specific life changes and losses?

What are the consequences of depression in the elderly?

Which behaviors would indicate a person going through depression needs therapy?

What kind of therapy would a professional recommend and why?

 

DEP2004 Human Growth and Development

Module 6 Final Exam   

Question 1The negative outcome of Erikson's midlife stage, stagnation, focuses on __________.

role confusion

selflessness

self-indulgence

guilt and shame

Question 2__________ is the best available predictor of infant survival and healthy development.

Birth length

Combined Apgar score

Delivery date

Birth weight

Question 3In operant conditioning, a stimulus that increases the occurrence of a response is called a __________.

reinforcer

punishment

neutral stimulus

conditioned stimulus

Question 4If learning has occurred in classical conditioning, and the neutral stimulus by itself produces a response similar to the reflexive response, the neutral stimulus is then called a __________.

neutral response

conditioned stimulus

conditioned response

reinforcer

Question 5The more a mental ability depends on __________ intelligence, the earlier it starts to decline.

fluid

crystallized

emotional

cultural

Question 6In adulthood, __________ is associated with cognitive flexibility, creativity, advanced moral reasoning, and psychosocial maturity.

femininity

masculinity

androgyny

asexuality

Question 7According to Erikson, __________ occurs when aging adults feel they have made many wrong decisions, yet time is too short to find an alternate route to integrity.

mistrust

despair

stagnation

isolation

Question 8To study the impact of biological aging on motor skills, researchers focus on __________.

sedentary adults

competitive athletes

men in their mid- to late thirties

women in their childbearing years

Question 9The negative outcome of Erikson's midlife stage, stagnation, focuses on __________.

role confusion

selflessness

self-indulgence

guilt and shame

Question 10Adults often provide indirect feedback about grammar by using __________, which restructures inaccurate speech into correct form.

fast-mapping

an expansion

overregularization

a recast

Question 11Moral reasoning typically progresses to Kohlberg's higher stages the longer a person __________.

is alive

attend church

remains in school

is employed

Question 12Although Betty grew up in a rundown neighborhood, had divorced parents, and rarely saw her father, she is a successful, happy, and healthy adult. Betty's ability to adapt effectively in the face of threats to development is known as __________.

assimilation

resilience

age-graded development

multidimensional development

Question 13The __________ is the conscious, reflective part of our mental system.

sensory register

central executive

short-term memory store

automatic cognitive processor

Question 14At Kohlberg's Stage __________, individuals can imagine alternatives to their own social order, and they emphasize fair procedures for interpreting and changing the law.

3, the "good boy?good girl" orientation

4, the social-order-maintaining orientation

5, the social contract orientation

6, the universal ethical principle orientation

Question 15According to Jean Piaget, __________ is the balance between internal structures and information that children encounter in their everyday worlds.

imitation

adaptation

cognition

equilibrium

Question 16A combined Apgar score of __________ indicates that the infant is in good physical condition.

less than 3

3 or 4

5 or 6

7 or better

Question 17Carly, age 24, has a 22 percent increase over average body weight, based on her age, sex, and physical build. Carly is __________.

an obese adult

overweight, but not obese

probably suffering from a metabolic disorder

heavyset, but not overweight

Question 18Vygotsky's theory __________.

focuses on how basic motor skills contribute to socially transmitted higher cognitive processes

pays more attention than Piaget's to the development of basic cognitive processes

helps us understand the wide cultural variation in children's cognitive skills

addresses how elementary capacities spark changes in children's social experiences

Question 19Ivan Pavlov discovered __________.

observational learning

classical conditioning

the ego's positive contributions to development

the clinical method

Question 20When Reggie takes his baby son, Tyson, to his workplace for the first time, Reggie's assistant abruptly picks Tyson up and walks around the office. Tyson cries and reaches out for Reggie. Tyson is expressing __________.

sadness

stranger anxiety

separation anxiety

disgust

Question 21Typical parents give their sons toys that emphasize __________.

cooperation

nurturance

competition

physical attractiveness

Question 22Basic emotions __________.

appear in the middle of the second year

are universal in humans

are found only among humans

involve injury to our sense of self

Question 23Women who __________ tend to reach menopause earlier.

have had two or more children

do not smoke

have not borne children

have borne twins

Question 24According to Erikson, the major personality attainment of adolescence is __________.

trust

identity

autonomy

intimacy

Question 25__________ parenting in particular is linked to emerging adults' psychological well-being.

Overprotective

Permissive

Autonomy-supportive

Helicopter

Question 26The immune response is the combined work of specialized cells that neutralize or destroy __________ in the body.

T cells

B cells

telomeres

antigens

Question 27__________ increase(s) from early to middle adulthood.

Possible selves

Self-doubt

Destructiveness

Autonomy

Question 28In __________ coping, children appraise the situation as changeable, identify the difficulty, and decide what to do about it.

problem-centered

emotion-centered

effort-centered

avoidant

Question 29Within the family life cycle, stress tends to be greatest __________.

in early adulthood

in middle age

in late adulthood

during transitions between phases

Question 30Jennifer, age 45, is a Girl Scout leader. She really enjoys giving to and guiding the next generation. According to Erikson, Jennifer has developed a sense of __________.

autonomy

intimacy

stagnation

generativity

Question 31The information-processing perspective __________.

examines separate aspects of thinking

fails to consider biological influences on cognitive development

applies only to children in cultures having formal schooling

focuses on overall cognitive change

Question 32__________ may heighten the effects of a high-fat diet.

Sex hormones

Over-the-counter medications

Free radicals

Low body weight

Question 33Today, Albert Bandura's theory stresses the importance of __________.

behavior modification

punishment

cognition

reinforcement

Question 34By age 2, children __________.

take turns in face-to-face interaction

can infer a speaker's indirectly expressed intention

adjust their speech to fit the age of their listeners

adjust their speech to fit the social status of their listeners

Question 35Depression __________.

declines with age

responds to treatment that is completely covered by Medicare

is rarely related to physical illness or pain

can lead to cognitive deterioration

Question 36Which of the following is a self-conscious emotion?

guilt

happiness

interest

fear

Question 37Erikson believed that successful resolution of intimacy versus isolation prepares the individual for the middle adulthood stage, which focuses on __________.

initiative

autonomy

generativity

industry

Question 38Which parenting style is predictive of high self-esteem in adolescence?

uninvolved

authoritarian

authoritative

permissive

Question 39__________ love is strong at the beginning of a relationship.

Compassionate

Affectionate

Passionate

Companionate

Question 40The connection between more mature moral reasoning and action is __________.

nil

weak

modest

strong

Question 41Between 6 and 10 weeks, the parent's communication with the infant evokes __________.

the social smile

laughter

social referencing

secure attachment

Question 42Newborn babies respond with __________ to changes in body temperature.

fear

generalized distress

generalized happiness

surprise

Question 43As __________, length of life increases.

education decreases

income decreases

education and income increase

incidence of diseases increases

Question 44__________ disrupts the brain's regulation of hunger and metabolism.

Self-regulation

Frequent eating out

Reduced sleep

Using screen media

Question 45In egalitarian marriages, __________.

there is a clear division of roles

partners share power and authority

the husband is the head of the household

the wife is responsible for family economic well-being

Question 46__________ is the most consistent predictor of marital stability.

Religious similarity

Age at marriage

Acceptance of in-laws

Educational level

Question 47Striving for continuity is essential for attaining Erikson's sense of __________, which depends on preserving a sense of personal history.

intimacy

ego identity

ego integrity

initiative

Question 48Pregnant women are wise to avoid eating __________, which are heavily contaminated with __________.

long-lived predatory fish; mercury

freshwater fish; lead

long-lived predatory fish; lead

freshwater fish; radiation

Question 49The judgments that make up self-__________ are among the most important aspects of self-development because they affect our emotional experiences, future behavior, and long-term psychological adjustment.

awareness

esteem

control

talk

Question 50__________ is strongly associated with healthy eating in teenagers.

Vitamin supplementation

Number of hours of sleep

Dieting in adolescence

Frequency of family meals

 

 

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