Infancy: Physical Development

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  • Birth

  • Infancy: Physical Development

    I started walking when I was 11 months.
  • Infancy: Emotional Develpoment

    I was securely attached to my parents, especially my mom. I always wanted to be held or be near my mom.
  • Infancy: Emotional Development

    As a infant, my temperature was fairly normal. I didn't get sick that often as a infant.
  • Infancy: Cognitive Development

    Piaget's Stages of Cognitive Development: During my early childhood years I use to use my imagination a lot. I had imaginary friends that I would imagined went with me everywhere. As a younger child, I was alone because I had an older sister but she was much more older than me. Since she didn't like to do the things I liked to, I had to make up some figure that would.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    As a young child, I was very interested in dance. Anything that involved dance had my full attention.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive development

    One way that my parent or teacher acted that help my language acquisition is working with me on my reading. At first learning to read was tough for me, but as my teachers worked with me on the easier it became for me. It eventually helped me become one of the best readers in my class.
  • Early Childhood: Emotional Devlopment

    As a young child, my friends and family described me to very outgoing and always full of energy. I was always somewhere running around or trying to make someone laugh.
  • Middle/ Late Childhood: Physical development

    I got a lot of exercise as a young child. I participated in soccer, dance, volleyball, and basketball. I loved to exercise as a young child. I use to go run around my neighborhood a lot.
  • Middle/ Late Childhood: Motor Development

    Gross/ fine motor skills that were involved with the exercises were running and jumping. Once I learned how to run, I ran practically everywhere. I enjoyed most of the sports that involved running.
  • Middle/Late Childhood: Cognitive Develpoment

    Middle/Late Childhood: Cognitive Develpoment
    An experience that made me aware of a certain concept of intelligence is when I won my town's local spelling be. As a child I loved to read. In my spare time I use to read and learn new words in the dictionary, which benefited me.
  • Adolescence: Physical Development

    Compared to my peers, I entered puberty late. When I was younger, I thought something was wrong with me because my body was not going through changes that my peers were going through.
  • Adolescence: Physical Development

    Fine/ Gross motor skills that helped me stay in shape was running miles around my neighborhood. I would also go to the gym with my dad and lift weights and work on ab workouts.
  • Adolescence: Emotional Development

    My most important relationship of my adolescent years had to be with my mom. She is a person in my life that would always love me unconditionally and would never judge me.
  • Adolescence: Physical Development

    I often got exercise throughout my adolescent years. I was still involved in volleyball, so I always did exercises that worked on my stamina and helped me stay in shape.
  • Early Adulthood:

    Early Adulthood:
    I pride myself in staying active in my early adulthood years. I try to still make time to go to the gym and stay in shape. I also am on a colorguard team that helps me stay in shape outside of that.
  • Early Adulthood

    Gross/Fine motor skills that helped me stay in shape in my early adulthood included lifting weights and exercises that helped me stay toned in my legs. I enjoyed running, so I use to run the track at my local recreational center.
  • Early Adulthood: Emotional Development

    If I could describe my closest relationship now in a few words they would be loyalty and trustworthy. When I get close to people, I always have to be able to trust them. Also, treating someone how i would want to be treated is something that is also important to me in relationships.
  • Early Adulthood: Emotional Development

    At this point in my life, I think I am at the liking stage of Sternberg's triangular theory of love. I am at the point where I am starting to have feeling for someone, but I'm also content with taking it slow.