Week 7 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development
Week 7 PSYC 201 Lifespan Development PSYC 201
Ivy Tech Community College
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Chapter 8 Initiative vs. guilt ushered by new cognitive skills particularly the preschooler’s ability to plan, which accentuates his wish to take the initiative Person perception ability to classify others according to categories like age, gender, and race Development of empathy appears to provide the foundation on which a more sophisticated emotion sympathy is built in later childhood Gender identity ability to correctly label oneself and others as either female or male Gender stability understand that gender is stable, lifelong characteristic Gender constancy understand that gender is a component of the self that is not altered by external appearance Sextyped behavior different patterns of behavior exhibited by girls and boys Cross gender behavior behavior that is atypical for one’s own sex, but typical for the opposite sex Permissive parenting style high in nurturance, and low in maturity demands, control, and communication Authoritarian parenting style low in nurturance and communication, but high in control and maturity demands Authoritative parenting style high in nurturance, maturity demands, control and communication Uninvolved parenting style low in nurturance, maturity demands, control, and communication Effects of divorce for children higher risk of mental health problems in adulthood, lack financial resources and emotional support for college, fears of intimacy, and more likely to divorce later in life Instrumental aggression aggression used to gain or damage an object Hostile aggression aggression used to hurt another person or gain all advantage
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