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Infancy and Childhood

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7 The principle that the properties of substances remain the same despite changes in their shape or arrangement; Piaget's theory (pg. 242)
10 A level of moral development where moral judgments are based on a fear of punishment or desire for pleasure; Kohlberg's theory (pg. 240)
11 An involuntary reaction or response (pg. 230)
12 The stage where a child learns to use language but does not yet think logically; Piaget's theory (pg. 242)
13 The stage where people think logically about abstract concepts; Piaget's theory (pg. 244)
14 The stage where infants know the world mostly in terms of their sensory impressions and motor activities; Piaget's theory (pg. 242)
15 The period from two years old to adolescence (pg. 231)
16 Parents love and accept their children for who they are- no matter how they behave (pg. 240)
17 Distress that is experienced by infants when separated from their primary caregivers (pg. 234)
19 A level of moral development where moral judgments are derived from a person's own moral standards; Kohlberg's theory (pg. 240)
20 By the age of about eight months, some infants develop a fear of strangers (pg. 234)
21 At about age seven when a child shows signs of adult thinking; Piaget's theory (pg. 243)
22 Parents show their love only when the children behave in certain acceptable ways (pg. 240)
23 The level of moral development where a person makes judgments based on conventional standards of right and wrong; Kohlberg's theory (pg. 240)
28 The period from birth to the age of two years (pg. 231)
1 The instinctual need to touch and be touched by something soft (pg. 234)
2 A change brought about because of new information (pg. 241)
3 With authority; when parents combine warmth with positive kinds of strictness (pg. 237)
4 Favoring unquestioning obedience; parents who believe in obedience for its own sake (pg. 237)
5 The inability to see another person's point of view; Piaget's theory (pg. 243)
6 The understanding that objects exist even when they cannot be seen or touched (pg. 242)
8 A stage or point in development during which a person or animal is best suited to learn a particular skill or behavior pattern (pg. 229)
9 The field in which psychologists study how people grow and change throughout the life span (pg. 228)
18 The value or worth that people attach to themselves (pg. 240)
24 The process where animals form immediate attachments during a critical period (pg. 235)
25 The process where new information is placed into categories that already exist; Piaget's theory (pg. 241)
26 The automatic and sequential process of development that results from genetic signals (pg. 229)
27 An active and intense emotional relationship between two people that endures over time (pg. 234)
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