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The main characteristics of a person in various periods of his age development

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1. The main characteristics of a person during infancy.

2. The main characteristics of a person in preschool age.

3. The main characteristics of a person in primary school age.

4. The main characteristics of a person in adolescence and youth.

5. The main characteristics of a person during early adulthood.

6. The main characteristics of a person during middle adulthood.

7. The main characteristics of a person during late adulthood and old age.

Keywords: cognitive processes, feelings and emotions, motives, needs, behavior, self-concept

- cognitive processes - subjective forms of reflection by a person of objective reality. The main types of these forms, which give a person knowledge about the world around him and about himself, are the mental processes of sensation, perception, memory, imagination, thinking;

- feelings - a special type of emotional experience that has a clearly expressed objective nature and is characterized by relatively great stability (for example, a feeling of love for the motherland);

- emotions - the subjective reactions of a person (for example, joy or fear) to the effects of internal and external stimuli, reflecting their significance in the form of immediate experiences;

- motives - motives that cause human activity.
Motives include needs and instincts, drives and emotions, attitudes and ideals;

- need - the need or lack of anything necessary to support the life of the body, person, subject, community of people; internal stimulus of activity;

- behavior - a system of human responses in the form of simpler and more complex actions, actions and deeds, due to the reflection and evaluation in his mental world of the effects, the source of which is his surrounding reality and himself;

- "I-concept" - the totality of all available to a person's self-image of himself as an individual, person and subject of activity;

- self-actualization - the realization by a person of the goals that he as a person and as a subject of activity set for himself, based on his understanding of the meaning of life and his abilities.
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The main characteristics of a person in various periods of his age development

  1. The main characteristics of a person in various periods of his age development
    Plan 1. The main characteristics of a person during infancy. 2. The main characteristics of a person in preschool age. 3. The main characteristics of a person in primary school age. 4. The main characteristics of a person in adolescence and youth. 5. The main characteristics of a person during early adulthood. 6. The main characteristics of a person in the middle period
  2. The main characteristics of a person in various periods of his age development
    In preschool age there is a further rapid development of all cognitive mental processes. Cognitive processes are subjective forms of reflection of objective reality by a person. The main types of these forms, which give a person knowledge about the world around him and about himself, are the mental processes of sensation, perception, memory, imagination, thinking; In the early stages of this age
  3. Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main characteristics
    Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main
  4. Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main characteristics
    Peaks in the development of man (or his "acme") and their main
  5. The main characteristics of a person during early adulthood
    The development of cognitive mental processes during early adulthood (20–40 years) is of an uneven heterochronous nature. So, the development of psychophysiological functions continues at the initial stage of early adulthood and reaches its optimum by 25 years. Then the development of sensory-perceptual characteristics stabilizes and persists until the age of 40. At the same time, development
  6. The main characteristics of a person during early adulthood
    The development of cognitive mental processes during early adulthood (20 - 40 years) is uneven heterochronous. So, the development of psychophysiological functions continues at the initial stage of early adulthood and reaches its optimum by 25 years. Then the development of sensory-perceptual characteristics stabilizes and persists until the age of 40. At the same time, development
  7. The main characteristics of a person during middle adulthood
    In people who have reached the age of average adulthood (40-60 years), there is a relative decrease in the characteristics of psychophysical functions. However, this does not affect the functioning of the cognitive sphere of people of a given age period, does not reduce their performance and allows you to maintain labor and creative activity. The development of individual abilities continues throughout the middle
  8. The main characteristics of a person during middle adulthood
    In people who have reached the age of average adulthood (40 - 60 years), there is a relative decrease in the characteristics of psychophysical functions. However, this does not affect the functioning of the cognitive sphere of people of a given age period, does not reduce their performance and allows you to maintain labor and creative activity. The development of individual abilities continues throughout the middle
  9. The main characteristics of a person during infancy
    Infancy (from birth to two years). At the first stages of cognitive development, first of all, the development of those processes that ensure human contact with the environment through visual images takes place. Immediately after birth, the skin sensitivity is more developed, the taste and olfactory sensitivity is highly developed. The development of vision and hearing occurs
  10. The main characteristics of a person during infancy
    Infancy (from birth to two years). At the first stages of cognitive development, first of all, the development of those processes that ensure human contact with the environment through visual images takes place. Immediately after birth, the skin sensitivity is more developed, the taste and olfactory sensitivity is highly developed. The development of vision and hearing occurs
  11. The main characteristics of a person in late adulthood and old age
    The main feature of the age from 60-70 years and beyond is the aging process, which is a genetically programmed process, accompanied by certain age-related changes, manifested primarily in the gradual weakening of the body. In the process of aging of the cognitive sphere, the majority of sensory functions in a person significantly worsen. Those
  12. Patterns of growth in different age periods.
    Patterns characteristic of the growth of the child in the prenatal period of development. Studying the features of the intrauterine period, it is impossible to do without the concept of gestation, gestational age. Gestation is a synonym for pregnancy, from gesto - to wear, to be pregnant (lat.), Development in the uterus. Why do you need to know exactly the gestational age of the fetus? The size of the fetus and its viability depend on the gestational age. It is known that
  13. Various copyright periodization of age development
    The phases of a person’s life development are age periods allocated in different classifications for various reasons. The most common modern international classification distinguishes the following phases: infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence, youth and early adulthood, adulthood, old age (years): - infancy - period
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