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Psychology of Adolescence
Dr. Jennifer Parker
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Date Created: 10/08/16
Ch. 4 Family Demand Friday, September 30, 2016 5:58 PM Low High Myths Adolescents are emotionally distant from their families Self-fulfilling Prophecy: Someone acts based on how others perceive and treat them There is a generation gap between adolescents and older generations. It is actually a difference in personal taste and on what are more important. Generation Gap: What is believed to be the grift between Youth and older people in values and beliefs Family systems Theory: Started by Dr. Murray Bowen in the 50s. Family functioning emphasis on interconnections among family members. Everybody effects everybody else. He had 8 concepts. 1. Triangles, family structures of 2 parents and one child can handle stress better since the other two can help with the stress 2. Differentiation of Self, the less developed sense of self, the person will become dependent on others in the family and act for approval or to please 3. Nuclear Family Emotional System. a. Strife and conflict between the spouses can cause problems in the whole family. b. One parent struggling. c. Despair or dysfunction in a child. d. And emotional distance 4. Family Projection Process. How one Parent can create an issue with the kids a. One parent thinks something is wrong on the child and focus on them out of fear. b. So focused on the child that something is wrong and see the kid's action as being what is wrong. Conformation Bias c. Parent treats the kids like they do in fact have something not wired right. 5. Multigenerational Transmission Process. Small snowball effect from generation to generation 6. Emotional Cutoff. Problems can come from unresolved issues and leading to no emotion connection or support from each other. 7. Sibling position. The older siblings usually get the tougher treatment and the younger ones may get more leniency 8. Societal Emotional Process. The culture the family lives in Changes in Family Rules to follow are different based on who. Midlife Crisis: Crisis over dinner over identity usually between 35 and 45 Generational Dissonance: Differences in adolescent and parental views, especially for foreign born parents and American born kids. Parental Responsiveness: How much a parent responds to a child's needs, in acceptance and support Parental Demandingness: how much a parents asks for maturity and responsibility from their child Authoritative Parenting: Using warm, firm control with rational issue oriented discipline. Emphasis on self-direction Authoritarian Parenting: Punitive and forceful discipline. Obey and comply Indulgent Parenting: Just wanting to make sure the child is happy Indifferent Parenting: No demand or responsiveness Behavioral Genetics: Looking at genetic effects on actions Shared Environmental Influences: no genetic influences making members of the family nearly identical to each other Non shared Environmental Influences: no genetic influences that make members of a family different. Sibling Deindentification: When siblings try to be different from each other Authoritati Indulgen ve t Authoritari Indiffere an nt High Responsiveness Low


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