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1 Final Project From Womb to Tomb Matthew Ridge Concordia University: MHS 555

2 Age: Birth-24 months From Womb to Tomb

3 Biological Process Age: Birth-24 months  I was born February 29,  I had blond hair and blue eyes.  Phenotype: (Santrock, 2012).  At 6 month old I was able to walk.  Locomotion (Santrock, 2012)

4 Cognitive Process Age: Birth-24 months  Showing emotions with parents interactions.  Primary emotions: include surprise, interest, joy, anger, sadness, fear, and disgust (Santrock, 2012).

5 Socioemotional Process Age: Birth-24 months  I looked up to my older brother and would follow his actions and where ever he would go.  I was a social butterfly and very easy going at this age.  Temperament (Santrock, 2012).  Chess and Thomas’ classification  Easy child (Santrock, 2012).

6 Age:2-5 years From Womb to Tomb

7 BIOLOGICAL PROCESS AGE: 2-5 years  At the age of two I would have been considered a runner, or I would dart off into the street.  I was very energetic and was like an energizer bunny.  Autonomy versus shame and doubt (Santrock, 2012).  Traits that would describe me would be: athletic, a good person, and happy.  Self esteem  Self concept

8 Cognitive process age 2-5 years  Started talking age 2 ½ years of age  Started Pre-school  Learned  Hand motions  Songs  Arts and crafts  Follow directions  Socially active with other students  Early childhood process of development (Santrock, 2012)

9 Socioemotional process age: 2-5 years  Felt I fit in with other classmates  Erickson’s theory; intuition versus guilt.  Wanting to be like my dad  Mimicking my fathers actions  Social Cognitive theory (Santrock, 2012)

10 Age: 6-11 From Womb to Tomb

11 Biological process age: 6-11 years  Very athletic and engaged in sports.  Sports included: football, swim team, and baseball.  Growing at a slower rate than my friends.  Physical descriptions

12 Cognitive process age:6-11 years  Started in public school.  I had difficult reading capabilities. This caused difficulty in school.  Enrolled in speech and reading classes.  Industry versus inferiority (Santrock, 2012)

13 Socioemotional process age: 6-11 years  Felt I was part of the “cool” or the “in” crowed.  Thought I had my first girlfriend.  Entry to romantic attractions and affiliations (Santrock, 2012).

14 Age:12-15 From Womb to Tomb

15 Biological process age: years  Overweight I would have considered myself “chubby”.  Overweight children (Santrock, 2012)  (American academy of Children, 2011).  Still playing football. Made the basketball team because of increased athletic capabilities.  Adolescents health (Santrock, 2012)  Finally reaching puberty at a late age.  The growth from puberty helped with being overweight.  Sexual mutation, height, and weight (Santrock, 2012)

16 Cognitive process age: years  Enrolled into public high school.  Got out of reading classes.  Used note cards to block from seeing any other lines while reading. I was able to focus on the information I was absorbing.  Information process theory (Santrock, 2012).  Started taking on responsibilities on the dairy.  Vygotsky’s theory of sociocultural approach/activities (Santrock, 2012).

17 Socioemotional process age:12-15 years  Felt I was overweight “Chubby” and was shy around girls.  Body image (Santrock, 2012).  Felt I was left out of the family because I was the middle child.  To receive attention I joined dance class.  Was made fun of because of my late puberty and high voice while being in high school.

18 Age From Womb to Tomb

19 Biological process age: years  Still playing football/ increasing in athletic capability.  Gaining muscle mass and weight.  Started balding.

20 Cognitive process age:  Figured out the best way for me to learn.  Became more organized in my studies  Got accepted into college.  Started focusing on health as my area of study.  My family no longer owned a dairy and had to look elsewhere for a future career.  Crisis development change (Santrock, 2012).

21 Socioemotional process age:  Finally filling more self confident.  I now like my body image  Social contact with peers  First real girlfriend.  Long distance relationship  Consolidating dyadic romantic bonds (Santrock, 2012)  Met my future wife.  Secure attachment style (Santrock, 2012)

22 Age: 20’s From Womb to Tomb

23 Biological process 20’s  Loss of weight slimming back down after football.  Able to perform different exercise types because of athletic nature.  Seeing more definition in muscle.  Now there is more lean muscle than bulk muscle.  Exercising and dieting (Santrock, 2012)

24 Cognitive process 20’s  I was accepted into my Masters program.  Enjoyed solving critical problems at work.  Higher level of formal operational thinking (Santrock, 2012)  Understanding how my body reacts to new exercises.  Improving work flow at work.  Completed leadership classes.

25 Socioemotional process 20’s  I got married on April 22,  Sternberg’s triangular theory of love (Santrock, 2012  Began to be more religious.  Connecting my life more to God and spirituality.

26 Age: 30’s From Womb to Tomb

27 Biological process 30’s  Gaining weight.  Less exercising  Start to loose some of my athletic capabilities.  Stiffening of joints  Shoulders  Knees

28 Cognitive process 30’s  Teaching my children morals.  What is the difference between right and wrong.  Proactive strategies (Santrock, 2012)

29 Socioemotional process 30’s  Developing a new relationship with my children.  Child growth and development.  Children transitioning from early childhood/infancy to adolescents.

30 Age: 40’s From womb to tomb

31 Biological process 40’s  Slowing of metabolism.  Loss of appetite compared to when I was in my twenties.  With the slowing of my metabolism, my body will not be craving as much food intake.  Will start to take longer getting my body going in the morning.  Not be able to jump out of bed and go.  Takes longer to wake up.

32 Cognitive process 40’s  Supervisor  Have my own team and lead.  Middle adulthood (Santrock, 2012)  Manager  Look over whole facility.  Parenting adolescent children.  Authoritative parenting (Santrock, 2012).

33 Socioemotional process 40’s  Children reaching late adolescents.  Children now will be in high school.  Children entering early adult hood.  Children going off to college.  Children bringing home significant others.

34 Age:50’s From Womb to Tomb

35 Biological process 50’s  I will start to have more health issues including:  muscle decreasing  Less energy  Needing more sleep  I am sure my lack of sleep will catch up to me around this time of my life.

36 Cognitive process 50’s  Changing relationships with peers.  Coping with new stressors that come with my age and lifestyle changes.  Looking at life in a different manner.  Understanding that now I will have less year ahead of me in the physical life than I do behind me.  Religion and health, lifestyle issues/social networks/coping with stress (Santrock, 2012).

37 Socioemotional process 50’s  Becoming more selective with my friends.  Starting to find my inner circle of friends.  Finding attachments to friends and families with common economical issues.  Socioemotional selectivity theory (Santrock, 2012).

38 Age: 60 From Womb to Tomb

39 Biological process 60’s  Start to have chronic arthritis.  Knees  Wrist  Chronic disorders (Santrock, 2012).

40 Cognitive process 60’s  Start to think about retirement.  Life changing events  How am I going to stay active?  Activity theory (Santrock, 2012)  Volunteer work  (Dulin, Gavala, Stephens, Kostick & McDonald, 2012).  What will benefit myself and my spouse?  (Renzulli, 2013).

41 Socioemotional process 60’s  Building better relationships with people.  Age and happiness (Santrock, 2012).  Social relationships being happiness.  (Dulin, Gavala, Stephens, Kostick & McDonald, 2012).

42 Age 70’s From Womb to Tomb

43 Biological process 70’s  Health decreasing from lower levels of activity.  Less physical activity  Less social activities  (Weisser, 2014).

44 Cognitive process 70’s  Looking for my sense of meaning in life from religion.  Higher levels of: self-esteem, satisfaction, and optimism  (Santrock, 2012).  Staying mentally active.  Brain games  (Evers, Klusmann, Schwarzer & Heuser, 2011).

45 Socioemotional process 70’s  Reflect on life.  Past experiences  How successful was I?  Integrity versus despair (Santrock, 2012).  Grandchildren reaching adulthood.  Relationship with grandchildren and/or great grandchildren.

46 Age:80’s From Womb to Tomb

47 Biological process 80’s and beyond  Start to loose bone tissues.  Osteoporosis losing bone/muscle (Santrock, 2012).  Having to stay active.  My body is going to want to rest and will be weaker than before.  (Weisser, 2014).

48 Cognitive process 80’s and beyond  Using religion to help with health disparities.  Anxiety  Depression  Health outcomes  Quality of life  (Chen & Haung, 2012).

49 Socioemotional process 80’s and beyond  Understanding that I will be challenged with death.  Possible friends death  Possible spouse death  Grieving of family members and friends deaths.  How I will react to the death of loved ones?  Dimensions of grieving (Santrock, 2012).

50 References:  American Academy of Children &Adolescent Psychiatry. (2011, march). Obesity in children and teens. Retrieved from acts_for_Families_Pages/Obesity_In_Children_And_Teens_79.aspx acts_for_Families_Pages/Obesity_In_Children_And_Teens_79.aspx  Dulin, P. L., Gavala, J., Stephens, C., Kostick, M., & McDonald, J. (2012). Volunteering predicts happiness among older Māori and non-Māori in the New Zealand health, work, and retirement longitudinal study. Aging & Mental Health, 16(5), doi: /  Evers, A., Klusmann, V., Schwarzer, R., & Heuser, I. (2011). Improving cognition by adherence to physical or mental exercise: A moderated mediation analysis. Aging & Mental Health 15(4), doi: /

51 References continued:  Huang, C., Hsu, M., & Chen, T. (2012). An exploratory study of religious involvement as a moderator between anxiety, depressive symptoms and quality of life outcomes of older adults. Journal Of Clinical Nursing, 21(5/6), doi: /j x  Renzulli, K. (2013). The Talk: Get Your Spouse on the Same Page About Retirement. Money, 42(9), 26.  Santrock, J. (2012). A topical approach to Life-Span development. (6th ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill.  Weisser, C. (2014). The Happy Together Quiz. Money, 43(2), 78.


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