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Social values of bang aman / boy ) qinl, tooman How does biology play into gender?




Exam 4 Review What is the difference between sex and gender?



Exam 4 Review What is the difference between sex and gender? biology, genes, body, Soeta &oultural 10, hormones poles) expectations? Social values of bang aman / boy ) qinl, tooman How does biology play into gender? genes determine biological Sex & have impact on qeIf you want to learn more check out bod pod disadvantages
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(TOM) self & othens act on basis of own mental states (beliefs, desires, emohon se intentions even tho they may diffen = ability to thinks undenstand other ppl's thinking False belief occurs in 4-5 yo Ropes , and can be described as: in the juice box Pie seheelers? John Katy on the floun What is the False belief paradigm and how do researchers use it? Understand that others Ø know what you are Rose thinks Mom thinks Stages of theory of mind development thinking that Katy ate the muffins even tho she core John's 4-5yrs shoes 4-5 gain knowledge that How does emotion play into ToM development at this age? others can not know your tho (deceive mean monkeys parents discuss emotions w/ children introspechve thinking) Define Inductive discipline pointing to hold others feel What Cultural differences at this time for TOM? Anglo Euro peans cultures are individualishe & Hatentially hostiler USC thoughts & feelings as important topics of conversator. 7-8yrs Acceptance of diff interpretation understand 2 ppl might intenpret same event differently Define and give an example of: • Recursive thinking what ie (poken to trick other Thinking about other ppl thinking about oneself to what thinking . • Hostile attributional bias Crock paper, scissors) tendensy of interpreting other's behavions as boshile intent, when in fact Periods of Social Development behavion is ambiguous/ benign LL trying to get back out them on (revenge from Toddlers o invite to bday panty) Define and provide an example for mutual imitation Jumping in Toontown.crying roolen Use your book and the Youtube Clip All I Do is Play Part I to provide examples of the Jump w/ suddenly wants to following: o Language development pretend play begins sopeens Studys per O Pretend play aver mutta hy enjoyed acritesfantasy plau @mone sophisticated levels, emonon ional & Social role (5+) play w ules / age (4-5) make-believe blanc trip to 200) problem-solving more make-believe plans (trip to 200) Conflicts oven possessions, sense of self StudySoup Using All They Do is Play Part I and II: Why does play stimulate social development? 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Why? Behen mental health to the long term & well-beiner • What is the basis of most adolescent friendships? How do they develop? genden & similarity: reciprocity loyalty = intimacy is more central in q Bully is defined as: = repeated, intenhonal,- achons : phys, verb, relational, eyben What are the most prevalent forms of bullying? Why? verbal & rela honal, handen to get caught ayse StudySoup Why is cyberbulling especially harmful? potential for adolescents to pancipate in or be victum 1. electronic mse-enn be sent to L group 2.cart hide B' e anonymity, more likely to do something they wouldn'do in victims face Gender differences in types of bullying? (see chart for reference) и > bu more e verbal & relational > more physically What are the different roles of a bullying circle? StudySoup To whom are most anti-bullying campaigns directed? 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