Infancy: Physical/Biological Development

Timeline created by Jeremy Nelson
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  • Infancy: Physical/Biological Development

    I started walking around ten months and progressively got better at age one.
  • Infancy: Physical/Biological Development

    My temperament as kid was very energetic and very playful.
  • Infancy: Physical/Development

    I was always told that I was very securely attached to my primary care giver which is my mother.
  • Early Childhood: Emotional Development

    Most of my friends, teacher, family would all describe my temperament as clumsy, hardheaded, energetic, wild, rough, goofy, and different. I believe my temperament was very different during infancy to early childhood.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    An experience that made me aware of my intelligence is when I was able to skip a grade.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    My mom had would make me read road signs, menus, newspaper, comic books. and then she had me pointing, saying, and spelling different things she saw or could make up in her mind.
  • Middle and late Childhood: Physical Development

    My physical exercise came when I was playing sports such as football,baseball, and track.
  • Adolescence: Physical/Biological Development

    I got physical exercise when I am playing sports such as football baseball and track
  • Adolescence: Emotional Development

    Sternberg would my moral important as and adolescence as passion.
  • Adolescence: Development of Self Indentity

    I think I entered puberty earlier than some of my peers because I started to notice peach fuzz around seventh and eight grade and once I got to high school it started to come out.
  • Adolescence

    The gross motor skills that involve the sports I were involved in consisted in running, throwing, lifting and jumping
  • Middle and Late Childhood

    The gross motor skills that involve the sports I were involved in consisted in running, throwing, lifting, jumping and stretching
  • Early Adulthood 20-30: Emotional Development

    I believe I had a secure attachment style.
  • Early Adulthood 20-30: Emotional Development

    The Sternberg relationship that is most important to me is passion.
  • Early Adulthood 20-30: Emotional Development

    My closest relationship right now is very secure and very passionate.
  • Early Adulthood 20-30: Physical Development

    I get physical exercise often such as running lifting weights and playing sports.
  • Early Adulthood:

    The gross motor skills that involve the sports I were involved in consisted in running, throwing, lifting, jumping and squatting
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