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Note to the Instructor:

  • The following PowerPoint slides include the core concepts and key terms of Chapter 10 in Psychology in Action (8e).Before presentations, you can delete these instructor information slides by simply pressing “delete” on your keyboard.
  • If you prefer a different background color or design, click on the upper right corner under “design.”
  • To further personalize and enrich your PowerPoint slides, check the Psychology in Action Instructor Resource site for additional video clips, figures, tables, key terms, etc.

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Note to the Instructor (Continued):

  • Each topic listed on the Lecture Outline slide (#4) has been “linked” for your convenience. When in the “presentation mode,” simply click on the topic and you will link directly to the slide(s) of interest. Note that the last slide of each topic includes a “home” icon that will return you to the original Lecture Outline slide. This feature enables you to present chapter topics in any order. Ease of navigation and flexibility in presentation are key elements of a PowerPoint in Action.

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psychology in action 8e by karen huffman

Psychology in Action (8e)byKaren Huffman

PowerPoint  Lecture Notes Presentation

Chapter 10: Life Span Development II

Karen Huffman, Palomar College

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lecture overview
Lecture Overview
  • Moral Development
  • Personality Development
  • Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood
  • Grief and Death

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moral development
Moral Development
  • Kohlberg developed a model of moral development based on responses to moral dilemmas.

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moral development kohlberg s levels and stages
Moral Development—Kohlberg’s Levels and Stages

PRECONVENTIONAL LEVEL

Stage 1: punishment-obedience orientation

Stage 2: instrumental-exchange orientation

CONVENTIONAL LEVEL

Stage 3: good child orientation

Stage 4: law-and-order orientation

POSTCONVENTIONAL LEVEL

Stage 5: social-contract orientation

Stage 6: universal ethics orientation

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personality development
Personality Development
  • Thomas & Chess’s Temperament Theory
  • Temperament: Basic, inborn disposition.
  • Three temperament styles: easy, difficult and slow-to-warm-up.
  • Styles seem consistent and enduring.

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personality development erikson s eight psychosocial stages
Personality Development: Erikson’s Eight Psychosocial Stages
  • Trust vs. mistrust (0-1 year)
  • Autonomy vs. shame and doubt (1-3 years)
  • Initiative vs. guilt (3-6 years)
  • Industry vs. inferiority (6-12 years)
  • Identity vs. role confusion (adolescence)
  • Intimacy vs. isolation (young adulthood)
  • Generativity vs. stagnation (middle adulthood)
  • Ego integrity vs. despair (late adulthood)

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personality development myths of development
Personality Development—Myths of Development
  • Myth #1- Adolescence is a time of great storm and stress.
  • Myth #2- Most people experience a midlife crisis in their middle years.
  • Myth #3- Most parents experience a painful empty-nest syndrome when children leave home.

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personality development myth of the empty nest syndrome
Personality Development—Myth of the Empty Nest Syndrome

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meeting the challenges of adulthood marriage
Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood: Marriage
  • Research shows good marriages:
  • Establish “love maps.”
  • Share power and provide mutual support.
  • Practice conflict management.
  • Share similar values, beliefs, interests, etc.
  • Create a supportive social environment.
  • Maintain a positive emphasis.

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meeting the challenges of adulthood families
Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood: Families
  • Important family factors

in development:

  • Violence
  • Teen

pregnancy

  • Divorce

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meeting the challenges of adulthood work and retirement
Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood-Work and Retirement
  • Work: How can we find a career that best matches our personality and interests?

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meeting the challenges of adulthood are you in the right job
Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood—Are You in the Right Job?

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Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood-Work and Retirement
  • Retirement: Should we follow the activity,disengagement, or socio-emotional selectivitytheory?

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meeting the challenges of adulthood the socioemotional selectivity theory
Meeting the Challenges of Adulthood—The Socioemotional Selectivity Theory

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grief and death
Grief and Death
  • Grief is a natural reaction to loss.
  • Four Major Stages of Grief:
  • Numbness
  • Yearning
  • Disorganization/Despair
  • Resolution

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Grief and Death
  • Cultures interpret and respond to death differently.
  • Different ages interpret and respond to death according to:
  • Permanence
  • Universality
  • Nonfunctionality

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grief and death continued
Grief and Death (Continued)
  • Kübler-Ross developed a five stage theory of the psychological processes surrounding death:
  • Denial (“It can’t be true!”)
  • Anger (“Why me? It’s not fair!”)
  • Bargaining (“I’ll change everything!”)
  • Depression (“I’ve lost everything.”)
  • Acceptance (“I know my time is near.”)

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Psychology in Action (8e)byKaren Huffman

PowerPoint  Lecture Notes Presentation

End of Chapter 10:

Life Span Development II

Karen Huffman, Palomar College

©John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2007 Huffman: Psychology in Action (8e)