Psychology Developmental Autobiography Critical Thinking Writing

Psychology Developmental Autobiography Critical Thinking Writing

Explain how your physical developmental patterns and typical milestones were typical of those reached in Infancy.

A. Clearly define and explain each, and then apply the following psychological theories and concepts to your development in Infancy, and then in Childhood:
a. Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development
b. Attachment
c. Temperament
B. Developmental patterns and typical milestones
a. Explain how your physical developmental patterns and typical milestones were typical of those reached in Infancy. If not typical, based on course content, explain how and why they were not.
b. Explain how your cognitive developmental patterns and typical milestones were typical of those reached in Infancy. If not typical, based on course content, explain how and why they were not.
c. Explain how your socialisation developmental patterns and typical milestones were typical of those reached in Infancy. If not typical, based on course content, explain how and why they were not
d. Explain how your physical developmental patterns and typical milestones were typical of those reached in Childhood. If not typical, based on course content, explain how and why they were not.
e. Explain how your cognitive developmental patterns and typical milestones were typical of those reached in Childhood. If not typical, based on course content, explain how and why they were not.
f. Explain how your socialisation developmental patterns and typical milestones were typical of those reached in Childhood. If not typical, based on course content, explain how and why they were not.
C. Childhood Socialisation development: Two aspects of your group membership identities
a. Childhood Socialisation development: Identify the two aspects of your group membership identities (i.e., race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, ability, national origin, religion) that have been especially salient (powerful) in sharping your identity development. Unless approved by the instructor due to a significant shift in identify development, students must use the same two most salient group memberships identities throughout EACH of the developmental periods of the paper.
b. Childhood Emotionalism development: For each group identity, describe a critical incident that shaped your development and the reasons you believe each of your group identities are most salient in your development. ** A critical incident is an event that shapes one’s personal identity development – either positively or negatively; it causes one to stop and reflect and raises questions about one’s beliefs, values, attitude, or behaviours; it produces a new and lasting shift and brings about insight about how one now sees oneself or how others now see you. You should select and write about the most salient critical incidents – the most meaningful, the most powerful critical incidents that have shaped your identity development.**
c. Analyze (provide an explanation and interpretation for each) the influence of your two most salient group identities (i.e., race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, ability, national origin, religion) have had on shaping your development in Childhood.

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