Psych Timeline

Timeline created by jaswri
  • I am born

    I am born
  • Physical Development

    Physical Development
    I used to get physical exercise quite often, even as an infant. My family was very interactive. My often would always hang me from random door seals and stand under me, waiting to see how long I could hold on. It would drive my mother and grandmother crazy. According to my family, I loved moving and playing as a child.
  • Infancy: Physical Development

    The types of motor skills that I used to hang from doors were fine motor skills such as reaching, grabbing, pinching, pulling up and letting go when it was time to fall into someones arms.
  • Infancy: physical development

    I learned new info such as hearing in the womb. Other info such as babbling and grasping came along later on in the process of language acquisition and fine motor skills tuning.
  • Infancy: Emotional Development

    Infancy: Emotional Development
    I was securely attached to my primary caregiver. I would be in distress when she was not present but eventually be okay knowing, that she would return. She provided comfort in times of fear and I always knew that I could depend on her for anything that I needed
  • Sensorimotor

    In the sensorimotor stage, I would suck and chew on my fingers in an attempt to soothe myself, especially during teething
  • Infancy: Physical Development

    Infancy: Physical Development
    I began walking shortly after a year of age. My family used to bribe me with food and toys in order to get me to cross from one side of the room to the other
  • Preoperational

    I used to love playing dress up and being things such as princesses', doctors and even mommy or daddy. This relates to Piaget's preoperational stage and was part of symbolic play.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    Early Childhood: Cognitive Development
    As a child, my interests were playing with barbies, playing with other children and interacting with them in school, playing games and many other things that children typically preferred to do. My interests did fit with the research of children's concept formation and categorization because it all involved different concepts such as those of justice like taking turns and making sure all rules applied to everyone in attempt at fairness.
  • Early childhood: Cognitive Development

    Testing in school is something that made me very aware of my intelligence. Early on I realized that I was specifically good at spelling and also good at math through testing and I was often called smart by my peers because of my ease in doing certain tasks associated with the two skills. This made me feel that I was invincible, I thought that being intelligent was the greatest thing.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    Early Childhood: Cognitive Development
    I recall my mother contributing to my language acquisition significantly. She would make it a point to pronounce words, help with picture associations, she taught me to read and anything I questioned in definition or spelling would be something that she made me look up. I recall referencing a large, red Webster's dictionary multiple times per day.
  • Adolescence:Physical Development

    Adolescence:Physical Development
    I entered puberty at and early age in comparison to my peers. I was about 10, I think that this made me sort of self conscious because I didn't have too many people to relate to but it also made me mature faster.
  • Concrete Operational stage

    At this stage in life, I began to use my sense of logic. A good example of this is when I realized that I had certain allergies. While at family members homes that had shedding dogs, I realized that I would get itchy eyes, nose and throat. This was also a realization around all cats.
  • I became a sister!

    I became a sister!
  • Adolescence: Physical Development

    Adolescence: Physical Development
    I got physical exercise quite often during adolescence. I used to play outside with friends, go skating frequently, play on the playground and I used to play basketball. I really loved being active with my friends and playing basketball. I took pride in being athletic and always being the winner of the foot races and things that my friends would do in order to compete with one another
  • Adolescence: Physical (motor) development

    Adolescence: Physical (motor) development
    The types of motor skills that were involved in me playing with friends, racing, skating and playing basketball are: running, jumping, hopping, crawling, upper body mobility such as catching and throwing and grasping.
  • Adolescence: Emotional Development

    During adolescence, Sternberg would have described my closest relationship as a friendship. My best friend and I were very close during this time, no romantic relationship existed but a sense of commitment and passion did exist.
  • Formal Operational Stage

    During this stage I was able to display analytical thinking in a critical way and also to consider the arguments of other parties involved. I had just gotten my first car at 16 and decided to stay out late. This resulted in the consequence of me losing my car for quite sometime. I realized that this happened because I didn't do as my mother had told me. I also realized that there was more to it than losing my car and as a result of my actions that my mother may lose trust in me.
  • Graduated Highschool

  • Adulthood: Physical Development

    Adulthood: Physical Development
    As an adult, the amount of exercise has changed. A few years ago I used to get more physical exercise and that has decreased drastically. I do less activities in my day to day that involve exercise so I have to make it a point to get exercise during my leisure time now. I work and go to school in my day to day. This involves walking to classes and walking in order to get to my job. My job also involves exercise in order to care for patients in the hospital.Exercise is very draining to me now.
  • Graduated from University of Michigan with B.A.

  • Adulthood: Physical Development

    The types of motor skills that are involved in the physical activities that I carry out as an adult are: walking, grasping, talking, eye movements, perception such as visual, awareness of body positioning,depth, sense of time, memory and behavioral
  • Early Adulthood: Emotional development

    The closest relationship that I currently have is with my boyfriend. I would describe the attachment style within the relationship as a secure attachment. We both experience some sort of stress when not around one another for a prolonged period of time but are fully aware that we will see one another again so it's not a major issue. There is a sense of safety that I have while in his presence and he is dependable in every aspect.
  • Early Adulthood: Emotional Development

    Early Adulthood: Emotional Development
    According to the types of love that Sternberg proposed, I believe that consummate love is more fitting for my most important relationship at this point. My boyfriend and I have been with one another for 3+ years and he is the person that I do intend to marry.