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PSYC2030 Complete Notes - Final

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Extensive notes for PSYC2030 at the University of Queensland, constructed for the final exam

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Behavioural sciences Psychology Behavior Attachment theory Human development Interpersonal relationships Psychoanalysis Emotion Emotional self-regulation Child development Developmental psychology Strange situation
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Behavioural sciences Psychology Behavior Attachment theory Human development Interpersonal relationships Psychoanalysis Emotion Emotional self-regulation Child development Developmental psychology Strange situation
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g. war, financial crisis) à talking about things that happen to everyone across the globe we think • Definition – Psychological development over life from conception through old age o Normative, predictable psychological changes related to growing older § Learning to play the piano – not everyone learns § SOMETHING THAT EVERYONE DOES o Change in qualitative (in stages – acquisition of new skills) à not having self-awareness to having it § Not just quantitative (not just more of what you had before) à increasing of vocab from 4 to age 10 o Change that is progressive • Growth vs. ageing o Development: growth, increase or gain in psychological capacity (e.g. wisdom, communication conflict resoluti...
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