Bluebook Timeline

Timeline created by akemrajames
  • Infancy: Physical Development

    Infancy: Physical Development
    I started walking around 10 months old. I remember having toys that were mobile which helped and encouraged me to move around with them. My family would hold my hands and walk around with me and gradually granted autonomy until I was walking on my own.
  • Infancy: Emotional Development

    Infancy: Emotional Development
    As a baby, I was told that I had a pretty easygoing temperament. I was always being told by family members and friends that I was a very social baby and had no problem going to people.
  • Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    Early Childhood: Cognitive Development
    As a child, I remember my mom and teachers correcting my grammar when I would begin to form sentences. Because I remembered what they taught me previously, I was able to start forming proper sentences with having to think about them.
  • Adolescence: Physical Development

    Adolescence: Physical Development
    I entered puberty at about the same time as other females in my grade. Seeing as I was within a mean of normalcy, there were no noticeable cognitive or social effects.
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    Infancy: Cognitive Development

    I on't have very many memories of the sensorimotor stage of my development since it is during the first 2 years of life and this is about the time where infantile amnesia comes in.
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    Infancy: Emotional Development

    As an infant, I was securely attached to my primary caregiver which was my mother.
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    Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    Between ages 2 and 4, my interests included toys and storytelling/role playing with them. Based on the research studied, this developmental stage fits with the idea of concept formation and categorization.
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    Early Childhood: Physical Development

    As a child, I participated in physical activity every day. I participated in things like running and playground games/activities. At this stage in my life, I did not mind physical activity and therefore neither liked nor disliked it.
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    Early Childhood: Physical Development

    As a child, I used the gross motor skills of running, walking, and jumping primarily. I did not have many fine motor skills developed at this time.
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    Early Childhood: Cognitive Development

    During the preoperational stage of my cognitive development, I remember playing games on the playground and at home (Both real and fictional) and drawing pictures to accompany the stories I could make up.
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    Early Childhood: Emotional Development

    As a child, most of my family and friends would say that my temperament as easy/slow to warm up. I was very quiet unless I knew you and would not say much until I became comfortable. This is only slightly different from my temperament as an infant in which I was more easygoing and social.
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    Middle and Late Childhood: Physical Development

    During this stage in my life, I continued to get exercise every day from school activities which included running, jumping, walking, and now fitness tests that combined all of these actions plus a few more.
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    Middle and Late Childhood: Cognitive Development

    During the latter portions of this stage, I remember creating pictures and imagining stories and scenarios for my dolls and their friends and accessories.
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    Middle and Late Childhood: Cognitive Development

    During the concrete operational stage of my development, I started to be able to better categorize information such as numbers and their use in science and mathematics.
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    Adolescence: Physical Development

    During this stage in my development, I continued to get exercise every day which included running, walking, physical fitness tests, and cheerleading. I did not mind being involved in various activities but by this point I began to show preference towards one activity over the others.
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    Adolescence: Cognitive Development

    During the formal operational stage of my development, I began to engage in more cognitive-based activities such as reading. I enjoyed things like mystery novels and higher level thinking puzzles.
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    Adolescence: Cognitive Development

    Starting in early adolescence, I was placed in higher level classes starting with advanced math in middle school. This slowly progressed to all of my classes being advanced and me being surrounded by a specific group of people until graduation. I often felt like I was part of a special group and was often call a "smart" kid. This was an analytical intelligence that I exhibited which made me value the concept of intelligence.
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    Adolescence: Emotional Development

    Sternberg would describe my most important relationship as a consummate love.
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    Adolescence: Physical Development

    During this time I used most the basic gross motor movements such as running, walking, jumping, etc. but I began to fine tune those movements and combine them in such a way that they became finer movements in activities such as cheerleading.