Psych 229

  • Conception

  • Germinal Period

  • Embryonic Period

  • Fetal Period

  • Birth of Me!

    Birth of Me!
    Emotions- Crying and Contentment
  • Stage One Primary Circular Reactions are Fully Developed

    Stage One
  • Emotions- I am able to give a social smile

  • Emotions- Laughter & curiosity

  • Stage Two- Primary Circular Reactions Fully Developed

  • Emotions- Full, reponsive smiles

  • Emotions- Anger

  • Took my first steps

    Took my first steps
  • Stage Three- Secondary Circular Reactions are Fully Developed

  • First Birthday & Stage Four- Secondary Circular Reactions are Fully Developed

    First Birthday & Stage Four- Secondary Circular Reactions are Fully Developed
    Emotions- Fear of unexpected sights and sounds
  • Emotions- fear of social events

    i.e.- strangers, separation from my parents
  • Stage Five- Tertiary Circular Reactions are Fully Developed

    Emotions- self-awareness, pride, shame & embarrassment
  • Second Birthday & Stage Six of Tertiary Circular Reactions are Fully Developed

    Motor Skills- run for fun without falling (but bumping into things), climb up chairs, tables, beds, and out of crib, walk up steps, feed self with spoon, draw lines and spirals.
    Language- vocabulary- 100 to 2,000 words
    sentence length- 2 to 6 words
    grammar- plurals, pronouns, many nouns, verbs & adjectives
    questions- many "what's that? questions
  • Third Birthday

    Motor Skills- kickand throw a ball, jump with both feet off the floor, pedal a tricycle, copy simple shapes, walk down steps, climb ladders.
    Language- vocabulary- 1,000 to 5,000 words
    sentence length- 3 to 8 words in length
    grammar- conjunctions, adverbs, articles
    questions- many "why?" questions
  • Fourth Birthday

    Motor Skills- catch a ball, use scissors to cut, hop on either foot, feed self with fork, dress self, copy most letters, pour juice out spilling, brush teeth.
    Language- vocabulary- 3,000 to 10,000 words
    sentence length- 5 to 20 words
    grammar- dependent clauses, and tags at the end of sentences
    questions- peak of "why?", many "how?" and "when?" questions
    Reading Norm- understand basic book concepts, recognize name and letters- name the letter on sight
    Math Norm-count to 20, understand more & less
  • Fifth Birthday

    Fifth Birthday
    Motor Skills- skip and gallop in rhythem, clap, bang, and sing in rhythem, copy diffcult shapes and letters, climb trees, jump over things, use knife to cut, tie a bow, throw a ball, wash face and comb hair.
    Language- vocabulary- 5,000 to 20,000 words
    sentence length- some seem unending
    grammar- complex
    questions-some about difference (example- male vs. female and rich vs. poor) and many other issues
  • Sixth Birthday

    Motor Skills- Draw and paint with preferred hand, write simple words, scan a page of print, moving eyes in the appropriate direction, ride a bike, do a cartwheel, tie shoes, and catch a ball.
    Reading- sounds of constant and vowels, read simple words
    Math- count to 100, understand bigger and smaller, add & subtract
  • Seventh Birthday

  • Eighth Birthday

    Reading skills- simple sentences out loud, 50 words per minute
    Math skills- add and subtract 2-digit vowels, multipliction and division
  • Ninth Birthday

    Reading skills- read paragraphs and chapters, understand advanced punctuation, answer comprehension questions
    - Ovaries increase production of estrogen and progesterone
  • Half-Ninth Birthday

    Uterus and vagina begin to grow larger
  • Tenth Birthday

    Math Skills- add, subtract, multiply, and divide multidigit numbers, understand factions, percents, area, and perimeter
    - Breast "bud" stage
  • Eleventh Birthday

    Reading skills- rapid and fluent oral reading, over 100 words per minute, sound new words out, read for pleasure
    - Pubic hair begins to appear, weight spurt begins
  • Eleventh Half Birthday

  • Twelth Birthday

    Math skills- begin to use abstract concepts such as algebra
    - Peak muscle and organ growth, also hips are noticebly wider
  • Twelth Half Birthday

  • Thirteenth Birthday

    Reading skills-continue to build vocabulary,more emphasis on comprehension than on speech
    - First ovulation
  • Fourteenth Birthday

  • Fifthteenth Birthday

  • Sixteenth Birthday

    Sixteenth Birthday
  • 18th Birthday

  • High School Graduation

    High School Graduation
    Emerging Adulthood: Biosocial
  • First Day of College

    First Day of College
    Emerging Adulthood: Biosocial
  • 21st Birthday!

  • Graduation from College & get a job as a nurse

  • 25th Birthday

  • Medical School

  • 30th Birthday

  • Graduate from Medical School & get a job at the Hospital

  • Marriage

    Marriage
  • First 6 months of marriage

    The honeymoon period is over, now till 2029 the marriage happiness will dip
  • First Child

    First Child
    This will add much joy to my life, but also add much stress. Although with purpose in my life I can add up to seven years to my life.
  • Second Child

    Second Child
  • Fifth Wedding Anniversary

    The happiness in my marriage till 2034will hold steady
  • 40th Birthday

  • Tenth Wedding Anniversary

    The happiness in my marriage will dip for children are reaching puberty.
  • 50th Birthday

  • 20th Wedding Anniversary

    The happiness in my marriage will rises when the children leave the nest.
  • 60th Birthday

    60th Birthday
    -I am soon to retire but understand the importance of thinks such as volunteering to keep myself busy and have a greater purpose
    - My spiritual life is of great importance to me. This can also add time to my life.
    -I want to spend my time working for Doctors Without Borders
  • 30th Wedding Anniversary

    Happiness in my marriage will be high and steady, barring serious health problems
  • 70th Birthday

    70th Birthday
  • 80th Birthday

  • My husband passes

    -My husband passing will effect my own health. Without him I will have even less purpose in life making it likely to shorten my own life.
    - I may have to move in with my family or go into a nursing home for learning to manage my medication, take care of my house, and using transportation may be diffcult.
  • Death

    Death
    I will die of natural causes and be buried next to my husband. I will leave everything to my children.