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Prenatal and Infancy Early and Middle Childhood Adolescence and Early Adulthood Middle and Late adulthood Death and Dying
100
What is Nature
Influence of genes we inhert
100
What is emotional regulation
ability to control when and how emotions are expressed
100
What is identity achievement
Micheal finally understands who he is as an individual
100
What is stratification theories
emphasized social forces
100
What is a near-death experience
Laurie was in a car accident but survived. she states her soul left her body what happened to Laurie
200
What is teratogen
causes malformation of an embryo
200
What is initiative versus guilt
James feels bad because he can't pass his test in school. No matter how hard he tries he fails
200
What is emerging adulthood
Jessie is eighteen. what stage is she in?
200
What is Sandwich generation
Jenna has to take care of her kids and her parents and provide for them. she is apart of what group?
200
What is a good death
James passed away in his sleep.
300
What is disorganized attachment
marked by an infant's inconsistent reactions to the caregiver's departure and return
300
What is Industry versus inferiority
Sarah has started school and is struggling but she is determined to do well
300
What is Identity versus role confusion
Leslie has been having a hard time figuring out who she is. what is happening to her?
300
What is passion, intimacy, and commitment
what are the three aspects of love
300
What is a vegetative state
Justin is in a deep unconscious state but is still alive
400
What is head-sparing
the biological mechanism that protects the brain when malnutrition disrupts body growth
400
What is pre-conventional, conventional, and post-conventional moral reasoning
what are the three levels of moral reasoning
400
What is adolescent love
dating for recreational or experimentation
400
What is companionate, involved, surrogate, or remote
Grandparents can fulfill one of four roles
400
What is palliative care
After losing a loved one family members often need support
500
What is Freud
Believed in oral and anal stages
500
What is Expression of warmth, strategies for discipline, communication, and expectations for maturity
What are the four important dimensions that parents differ on
500
What is achievement, foreclosure, moratorium, and diffusion
Name the four identity statuses
500
What is openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism
what are the five clusters of personality
500
What is passive euthanasia
Sarah's doctor didn't do everything possible to keep her alive




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