Child Psychology Final Project Use the following template to complete your final

Child Psychology Final Project
Use the following template to complete your final project.
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For your final project, you will create a profile of a child. This child can be based upon someone you know in real life, a child character from a movie, or completely fictional. The point is that you can provide examples to illustrate each of the concepts. This is worth 75 points. Complete each section and provide specific examples for each concept. Most sections will require 4-5 full sentences to full answer each step.
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Your response that includes examples or details to illustrate the concept.
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Step 1. Provide a brief description of your child including gender identity, age, and any other general details you wish to include.
5
Step 2. According to Piaget, what stage are they currently in? How do you know? Provide specific examples.
10
Step 3. According to Erikson, what stage are they in? Provide examples that show you how this stage is playing out at this stage.
10
Step 4. Consider your child’s cognitive development. Which executive functioning skill(s) are your child’s strengths? Which are their weakness(es)? Provide specific examples.
5
Step 5. In regards to physical development, what developmental changes is your child experiencing? Provide examples.
5
Step 6. Pretend your child does not get adequate sleep. Describe the detrimental effects on development that occur because of their poor sleep hygiene.
5
Step 7. Describe your child’s ability to learn. Do they have any learning difficulties? Provide examples if so.
5
Step 8. Describe your child’s attachment style. How do you know this is their attachment style? Provide details about the parent-child relationship that illustrate this.
10
Step 9. In regards to their moral development, (Kohlberg’s Theory), which Level/Stage is your child in? Provide an example of how you know this.
10
Step 10. Consider the Heinz Dilemma. What would your child do? How do you know? Provide examples.
10
75