On a piece of paper, finish the following statements with at least 10 answers for each: I am.. I will not… I would like to….
Infancy Early Childhood Childhood Late childhood Adolescence/teen years Early adulthood Middle adulthood Late adulthood
approximately the first year or year and a half of life. task is to develop trust without completely eliminating the capacity for mistrust. If the proper balance is achieved, the child will develop the virtue hope __________( definition) Rudimentary phase- voluntary movement in its first form
anal-muscular stage of early childhood, from about eighteen months to three or four years old. task is to achieve a degree of autonomy while minimizing shame and doubt. develop the virtue of willpower Both admirable and frustrating attitude- ‘can do” Fundamental movement
genital-locomotor stage or play age From three or four to five or six, the task confronting every child is to learn initiative without too much guilt. virtue would have been courage or purpose (definition) Fundamental movement/sport skill
latency stage, or the school-age child from about six to twelve "tame the imagination" and dedicate themselves to education and to learning the social skills their society requires of them. virtue called competency Develop sport skill
beginning with puberty and ending around 18 -20 years old. achieve ego identity and avoid role confusion Virtue=fidelity Growth and refinement Start developing maturity Personal identity- consists of the factors you believe make you unique, or unlike anyone else. centered on your self concept (pg 163) Developmental tasks- _______________________________________
Forming mature relationships with people your age of both sexes Achieving a masculine or feminine role Accepting one’s physique, using it effectively Achieving emotional independence Preparing for marriage or family life Preparing for a career Acquiring personal standards Develop social intelligence Problem solving skills
What is maturity? When is one mature? How does one measure maturity? Dictionary states the definition to be…” fully development.”…this means? Two types of development Physical Emotional Two truths one lie
Most visible and quantifiable Measure it by key milestones-infancy, puberty, menopause or midlife crisis Different visible changes at different ages _______
definition:___________________ Without time no development, without experience, no development Achieve self acceptance Self identity Values What are your values? Beliefs goals
College: Work Military Take time off/ travel How will you choose a school? major? Minor? Sport/activity? Friends going to same school? Location? Favorite university since childhood? Parental pressure?
On most occasions number one fear is isolation Expectations Talk early when choosing a roommate or getting to know roommate Certain questions???
young adulthood, which lasts from about 18 to about 30 achieve some degree of intimacy, as opposed to remaining in isolation. Virtue= love Peak performance Hold a job, aware of what they want, more self confidence, peak of physical abilities
One must satisfy well defined developmental tasks of adulthood in order to achieve emotional maturity These 5 major aspects are: ------- -----
Find a ________(job vs career) Questions? How do you prepare? Happiness or money driven? Lifelong decision Location?
Self actualization______________________________ Desire for independence from parents and adults Own abilities and goals? Family dependence? When does this start?
Building close relationships with people, while still maintaining a sense of self. Definition of romance? Thoughts of marriage? Partner? Single?
Determining where and how a person fits into society Religious views Volunteering Political views Neighborhood/community responsibility
Most difficult task If had success earlier on, tend to accept inevitability, physical and mental decline Hope they made an impact on society Pass wisdom onto others
Definition of transitions? Middle adulthood transitions, physical and emotional Definition generativity?
Age 40, start developing physical signs ______________________
Acceptance vs. Mid-life crisis Characteristics?
Death of relatives, friends Adapting to children leaving home Empty nest syndrome? Cluttered nest syndrome?
Final stage of development Potential expectancy- 85 Max life duration- 115 Definition of gerontologists 3 measurements Chronological Biological Social
Skin loses elasticity Gray hair Brittle nails/ bones Hearing/vision Decreased basil metabolism, kidney function, endocrine secretions, immune system, lean body mass, air inhalation Energy loss Less mobility in joints
Making a contribution to society and being loved are needs of the elder Definition of integrity? Family and close relationships, religion, and integrity allow elders to enjoy life they have left and accept the approach of death. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPFCn3it BFE&t=1m16s http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPFCn3it BFE&t=1m16s