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Early childhoodMiddle childhood

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Development Across the Life Span

Developmental Psychology

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Dr. Mohsen Lotfy AhmedDevelopment Across the Life SpanDevelopmental Psychology

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Early Childhood

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Early ChildhoodLasts 2 to 7 years of agegrowth less rapid than during infancyChildren in preoperational stage show egocentric thoughtAnimism

Language Proficiency

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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Physical developmentMotor developmentLanguage developmentCognitive developmentEmotional and social developmentDr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Early childhood

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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Increase in weight as a result of muscles growth, especially among males (At the end of this stage weight up to seven times what it was at birth)Increase in bone growth leads to a shift in the shape from an infant to toddlerTemporary tooth growth is completed(Temporary tooth loss at the end of this stage, announcing the beginning of the appearance of permanent teeth)Continuation of the nervous system growth ahead in its growth on other systems

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Physical development

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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Age in yearsMotion

3 years

Easily running

Easily jumping

Easily standing

Wash his hands alone

Eating with a spoon

Go to toilet alone

4 years

Jumping from a high place

Using the arm only in

throwing

5 years

Good balance

6-7

years

Coordination between

hands & eyes

Controlling of the minute muscle

Riding a Tricycles – Swimming - Dancing

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Motor development

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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SentenceWord countAge in years

2 Words

50 2 years

3 Words

400

2.5 years

4 Words1000 3 years

Language Proficiency

>>>>

4 years

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Language development

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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Preoperational stage – children sometimes think illogically by adult standardsAnimistic ThinkingEgocentrismConservation ProblemsIntuitive Thinking (Guessing solution based on what shown by the senses)Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Cognitive

development

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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Most notable social changes in:IndependenceSimulate the role of the father and motherPeer relationships and types of play:Solitary playParallel playCooperative play

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Emotional and social development

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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Developmental PsychologyEarly Childhood

Solitary

play

فردي

Parallel

play

متوازي

Cooperative

play

تعاوني

Early childhood

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Most notable emotional changes in:Development in emotion from public to privateIncrease positive emotionsLack of negative emotions (Crying - Anger)Decrease the feeling of fearControl emotions and impulsesAutonomy vs. shame / doubt

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Emotional and social development

Developmental Psychology

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Early childhood

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Middle ChildhoodLasts from 7 to 11 years of ageCharacterized by slow physical growthConcrete operational stage – increased abilities

Important cognitive changes occur

Use of Compound sentences

Developmental Psychology

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Physical developmentMotor developmentLanguage developmentCognitive developmentEmotional and social developmentDr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Middle Childhood

Developmental Psychology

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Middle childhood

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Slow physical growth compared to the previous stagesAt the age of seven total length about 117 cm, weight 21.6 kg (Males are more in length and weight than females)At the age of ten total length about 152cm, weight 45kg (Males are more in length and weight than females, but after this age, the opposite happens) Nervous system is becoming increasingly complex

Increases sexual glands growth as a preparation of puberty

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Physical development

Developmental Psychology

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Middle childhood

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Dr. Mohsen Lotfy AhmedMotor developmentDevelopmental Psychology

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Middle childhood

Controlling of all musclesPossibility to participate in all kinds of playViolent play for males

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Dr. Mohsen Lotfy AhmedLanguage developmentDevelopmental Psychology

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Middle childhood

2,500 words at school age

Use of Compound sentencesUse of numbers

Discrimination between vocabularyCorrectly using of tenses

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Concrete operational stage – increased abilitiesThinking more logically, but it can also be very rigid.Tending to struggle with abstract and hypothetical concepts.Less egocentric and beginning to think about how other people might think and feel.Beginning to understand that their thoughts are unique to them and that not everyone else necessarily shares their thoughts, feelings, and opinions.Ability to: (Classification – Recall - Flexible thinking – Conclusion).Child thinking allows conservation problems to be solved.Reverse thinking.

Increasing the ability to imagine and attention, but it can also few.

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Cognitive

development

Developmental Psychology

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Middle childhood

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Most notable social changes in:Close ties to parents Peer relationships become increasingly importantFriendships more important, last longerCliques or groups formed, mostly same sexTerms boyfriend and girlfriend

have little meaning at this stage

Dr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Emotional and social development

Developmental Psychology

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Middle childhood

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Most notable emotional changes in:Calmness and stability in emotionsControl emotions and impulsesSelf-controlIndustry vs. InferiorityDr. Mohsen Lotfy Ahmed

Emotional and social development

Developmental Psychology

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Middle childhood

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