Samantha Kull

  • Prenatal development -Germinal

    About a week after conception, the cell mass, now called a blastocyst, forms two distinct parts- a shell tha will become the placenta and a nucleus that will become the embryo.
  • Embryo

    The start of the thrid week after cinceotion initiates the embryonic period, during which the formless mass of cells becomes a distinct being , an embryo.
  • Fetus

    fetus, the nith week unitl birth. after three moths your sexual organs begin to form, in the fourth, fifth, and sixth mohts the heartbea grows stonger and the baby develops.
  • Born

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    Biosocial Development

    Biosocial development the first two years
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    Cognative Developmetn

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    Psychosocial Development

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    Early childhood : Biosocial development

    development of motor skills
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    Early Chidhood Psychoscial development

    The terrible Two's, my mother said I was alwasy into eveything all the time. Iwas one curiouse baby.
  • Middle childhood : Biosocial Development

    Started too loos by baby teeth for adult teeth
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    Middle childhood: Cognitive Development

    Vocabulary begins when you are six years old and you continue to learn new vocabulary as you age.
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    Middle childhood Psychosocial Development

    Needs of children in miidle childhood
    Physical necesities, learning , self respect, peer relationships,and harmony and stability.
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    adolescence :biosocial

    At age 15 adolescence begins this invilves the development of sexual maturation, brain development and ethics.
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    Adolescence : cognitive development

    At this age you have to watch for cyber bullying and that you do not let tecnology run your life. Learn how to stay focused on your goals.
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    Adolescence : Psychococial Development

    Learn how to find your identity , religous, political , sexual and vocationaly. some teens run into a substance abuse issue at this time.
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    Emerging Adulthood

    Three roles signified adulthood: employee, souse, and parent.
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    Emerging adulthood biosocial development

    ficuses on stayng healthy and establishing healthy eatung habits.This is the time when your reproductive system is most active.
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    Emerging adulthood: Cognitive Development

    This is the stage when you have more cognative growth and usually choose if you want to get a higher eduactaion.
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    Emerging Aduthood: Psychosocial Development

    you start to find your cultural identity,and learnabout intmacy and relationships .
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    Adulthood

    Adulthood covers 40 years Ages 25- 65
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    Adulthood Biosocial Development

    The experience of aging begins witht his comes the againg of the brain and outward apperance. When you begin to age into adulthood your body changes over the years, your reprductive system being one of them . When in your late twentys you are sexually active when you reach the end of adulthood you may not be as sexualy active. This also goes along with women having menopause. Some people will experience life altering disabilitys that can effect their whole life during adulthood.
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    Adulthood: cognitive development

    Through out adultdhood ou continue to learn and grow as a person, 40 years is a long time, over this time your intelligence is gained. The more you age the more intelligence you tend to have. Throughout adulthood people have to learn how to handle the sress of aging, this includes, deaths of loved ones and perosnal termoil.
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    Adulthood: Psychosocial Development

    Your personality develops over your adulthood againg process, some people experience a midlife crisis around age 40 in which they being to question everything, Your major personalitiy traits change and develop. You start to learn how to build more solid and meaningful reationships with your peers and family. In adult hood many people tend to marry earlier and, many tend to get divorced and re marry. In The middle adulthood age you may be faced woth having to take care of your parents.
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    Late adulthood: Biosocial Development

    Many older adult face prejudice due to their age, some think that they cannot achive some things. Aging brings disease along with it many come to have nerological disorders that prevent them from learning and remebering things.
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    Late adulthood

    Late adulthood can be different for eveyone, some people fall into depression and are unable to ccare fr them selves, while others are active and able to almost anything.
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    Late Adulthood: Cognitive development

    The brain begins to grow anf yet chrink with old age, many people have memory loss.Some people have alzheimer and other types of memory loss diseases.
  • Epilogue

    The epilogue is about death and dying. many diffrent cultures have different takes on how death and dying should be handled. Death can happen at any time through out the life cycle, childhood, adult or late adullthood. Some people have the option of how they choose to die, some choose to die with dignity and choose their time others have no choice.