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Psychology Jeopardy 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Lifespan introduction Stages of.

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2 Psychology Jeopardy Lifespan introduction Stages of development Characteristics of development Theories of development What influences our development? Final JeopardyJeopardy

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4 Question Answer Lifespan introduction -100 Age related changes that occur from birth, throughout a person’s life, into and during old age. What is lifespan development?

5 Question Answer Lifespan introduction -200 A change that is relatively permanent or ‘lasting’. What is developmental change?

6 Question Answer Lifespan introduction -300 A short term loss of memory as a result of a sporting injury, or an improvement in mood after receiving good news. What is not a developmental change?

7 Question Answer Lifespan introduction -400 To understand, describe, explain and predict the many ways in which our thoughts, feelings and behaviour influence our development. What is the aim of psychology?

8 Question Answer Lifespan introduction -500 The amount of words a ‘normal’ 18 months old baby can say. What is between 5 – 20 words?

9 Question Answer The stage when you usually establish your personal and financial independence. What is early adulthood? Stages of development -100

10 Question Answer Stages of development -200 The stage we usually are considered to be psychologically mature individuals What is middle aged?

11 Question Answer Stages of development -300 The stage we spend much time playing as a form of social learning. What is childhood?

12 Question Answer Stages of development -400 The age range of infancy. What is birth to 2 years of age?

13 Question Answer Stages of development -500 The stage when an individual is developing his/her own identity and friends/peer groups become more important What is adolescence?

14 Question Answer Characteristics of development-100 The names of the different kinds of developmental change that occur throughout the human lifespan. What is physical, social, cognitive and emotional?

15 Question Answer Characteristics of development -200 The development of the brain and nervous system, bones and muscles, motor skills (movement), and the hormonal changes of puberty and menopause What is physical (biological) development?

16 Question Answer Characteristics of development -300 The gaining of skills in interacting with others, such as the ability to form close relationships and interact with others in a group situation. What is social development?

17 Question Answer Characteristics of development -400 The collective name for social, cognitive and emotional development, which are mental processes that occur within the individual and are therefore not directly observable or measurable. What is psychological development?

18 Question Answer Characteristics of development -500 Development that can be directly observed, like body hair or height. What is physical development?

19 Question Answer Theories of development-100 Involves gradual and ongoing changes throughout the lifespan without sudden shifts, with abilities in the earlier stages of development providing the basis of skills and abilities required for the next stages. What is continuous development?

20 Question Answer Theories of development-200 Development that involves distinct and separate stages, with different kinds of abilities occurring in each stage. What is discontinuous development?

21 Question Answer Theories of development-300 Changes of our development that are usually expressed as numbers. What is quantitative?

22 Question Answer Theories of development-400 Developmental changes that are those that vary in, ‘kind’ or ‘type’. They are changes that make the individual different from the way they were before. What is qualitative?

23 Question Answer Theories of development-500 In their development, not a single on one of these are the same. What is a person (individual, human)?

24 Question Answer What influences our development -100 The transmission of characteristics from biological parents to their offspring via genes at the time of conception. What is heredity?

25 Question Answer What influences our development -200 The collective name of all the experiences, objects and events to which we are exposed throughout our entire lifetime. What is the environment?

26 Question Answer What influences our development -300 The Latin name for ‘blank slate’ and also the notion that we are born with an empty mind. What is ‘Tabula rasa’?

27 Question Answer What influences our development -400 This perspective believes that the development of all thoughts, feelings and behaviour could be explained in terms of a person’s learning throughout their life. What is the behavioral perspective?

28 Question Answer What influences our development -500 The now resolved debate but for centuries ongoing disagreement of what factors had the biggest influence on our development. What is the nature (heredity) versus nurture (environment) debate?

29 Question Answer FINAL JEOPARDY The name of the project that have the aim to identify and develop a complete ‘map’ and understanding of all the human genes. What is the ‘Genome project’?


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