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CFS 388 Week 2 Notes - Human Sexuality

by: Niki Neidhart

CFS 388 Week 2 Notes - Human Sexuality CFS 388

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There weren't really notes for week one. Talks about how we learn to love based on past experiences.
Human Sexuality
J. Fanelli
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Human sexuality; CFS; gender roles; attachment; love




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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Niki Neidhart on Sunday January 31, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CFS 388 at Syracuse University taught by J. Fanelli in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 151 views. For similar materials see Human Sexuality in Child and Family Studies at Syracuse University.

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Date Created: 01/31/16
Human Sexuality – 1/27/16 How to be a great lover - Takes time (investment) - Work (everyday) - Patience (no ones perfect) - Awareness *we choose the wrong partner because we don’t know who we are or what we want Emotional awareness -understanding how our past influences our present  How parents treated me  Family origin has to do with how I feel about relationships  How did I learn about sex from my family?  Who taught me how to “love” Love Maps: a group of messages encoded in our brains that describe our likes and dislikes that begins at age 8 (the template for who we choose and why we choose that special one) - attitudes are caught not taught [family and atmosphere influences] - parents are the primary sex educators of their own children - askable vs teachable - children who are loved have to capacity to love others; worthwhileness Attachment Styles: - Secure: trust that others will provide love and support - Anxious/ Ambivalent: fears abandonment; fears their needs might not be met - Avoidant: Defensively detaches/ withdraws from others Gender and Roles: Stereotype: a fixed, over-simplified and often distorted idea about a group of people Gender role: stereotypes in that they evoke fixed … - Parents tend to reinforce in their children what they consider appropriate gender role behavior Concrete operations – children think in literal terms


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