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Historical forces, which effect each generation differently,

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Historical forces, which effect each generation differently, are important as a source of information about life experiences. As a result, scientists consider these in their studies. The word cohort is used to describe: Groups of family members who likely shared similar experiences Groups of individuals born within a narrow span of years who shared;experiences at the same times in their lives Groups of individuals who likely shared similar experiences Groups of family members of the same age who likely shared the same experiences

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The word cohort is used to describe:

Groups of individuals born within a narrow span of years who shared experiences at the same times in their lives.

 

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
Developmental psychologists use theories to formulate hypotheses and testable answers to “why” questions. However, there are many types and layers of theories. The three very broad families of theories are: (Points :1) Psychoanalytic, learning, and cognitive development Psychosocial, learning, and cognitive development Psychoanalytic, psychosocial, and cognitive development Psychosocial, psychoanalytic, and learning

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The three very broad families of psychological theories are:

Psychoanalytic, learning, and cognitive development

 

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.
. Your five-year-old repeatedly tugs on your clothing, calling “mommy” or “daddy” and interrupting your conversation. Because you want to discourage her from doing this, you ignore her the first few times, but she calls louder and louder, so you eventually respond, “Alright, now what do you want?” Which best describes the likely result of this interchange? (Points :1) By delaying acknowledgment and repeating this method, you will instill patience in your child over time You are creating a partial reinforcement schedule, and helping to create a negative behavior that will be very hard to extinguish Since you are ignoring her initial demands, you are creating a partial reinforcement schedule and not reinforcing negative behavior You are creating a partial reinforcement schedule by delaying your response, and creating a positive behavior that will be very hard to extinguish
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Hello Anoinette,

 

Your question, "Developmentalists compare theories with respect to their usefulness. There is a fair amount of disagreement among psychologists as to how useful each theory is..." was sent to the Mental Health category where I believe it was answered.

 

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