Study the psychological, social, and language development of children and infants with these flash cards.
There are 11 flash cards in this set (2 pages to print.)
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Sample flash cards in this set:
|The attachment style of children who are relaxed and comfortable with their caregivers and tolerant of strangers and new experiences-as contrasted with children who are insecurely attached||Secure Attachment|
|A common pattern of distress seen in young children when separated from their caregivers.||Separation Anxiety|
|One of two primary response patterns seen in insecurely attached children in which a child wants contact with the caregiver, shows excessive distress when separated from the caregiver, and proves difficult to console even when reunited.||Anxious-ambivalent Attachment|
|One of two primary response patterns in insecurely attached children in which a child shows no interest in contact with the caregiver and displays neither distress when separated from the caregiver nor happiness when reunited.||Avoidant Attachment|
|In Erikson's theory, the developmental stages refer to eight major challenges that appear successively across the lifespan, which require an individual to rethink his or her goals, as well as relationships with others||Psychosocial stage|
|The major developmental goal during the first 18 months of life. According to Erikson's theory, the child must choose between trusting or not trusting others.||Trust|
|The ability to delay instant gratification in pursuit of longer-range positive outcomes.||Self-control|
|Cognitive abilities in the frontal lobes necessary for complex thinking, planning, and goal-directed behavior.||Executive function|
|A biologically organized mental structure in the brain that facilitates the learning of language because (according to Chomsky) it is innately programmed with some of the fundamental rules of grammar.||Language Acquisition Device (LAD)|
|The productive of repetitive syllables, characteristic of the early stages of language acquisition.||Babbling|
|The rules of a language, specifying how to use the elements of language and word order to produce understandable sentences||Grammar|