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FCNS 280 Ch. 8 Notes

by: Nicholas Petrusevski

FCNS 280 Ch. 8 Notes FCNS 280

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Use this as a guide for chapter 8.
MSTR Human Devel the Fam & Society
J. Elizabeth Miller PhD
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nicholas Petrusevski on Wednesday March 2, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FCNS 280 at Northern Illinois University taught by J. Elizabeth Miller PhD in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 22 views. For similar materials see MSTR Human Devel the Fam & Society in Health Sciences at Northern Illinois University.


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Date Created: 03/02/16
Wednesday, March 2, 2016 FCNS 280 Chapter 8 -Freud: children first must develop bodily functions -Erikson: children's growth cognitive (Person Perception) -children applying categories to people -Kohlberg- cognitive developmental theory -gender schema theory: use a schema for each gender process information about themselves and others -child develops complex view about opp. gender between ages 8 and 10 -hormones play a HUGE role in gender development -boys are most likely to show restrictive style (derail) -Tom boys more accpted for girls than other behavior by boy Authoritarian -style of parenting that is low nuturance and communication, but high in control and maturity demands -parent responds to a child's refusal to go to bed by asserting physical, social, and emotional control over the child -a lot of negative effects (Permissive Parenting) -high in nurturance and low in maturity demands, control, and communication 1 Wednesday, March 2, 2016 -parents that respond to child's refusal to go to bed by allowing the child to go to bed whenever she wants to Authoritative -parenting that is high in nurturance, maturity demands, control, and communication -parents respond to undesirable behaviors such as a child's refusal to go to bed firmly sticking to their demands without resorting to asserting their power over the child -most positive Uninvolved -don't set bedtimes for their children or tell them to go to bed -negative effects -AsianAmericans useAuthoritative parenting...better cognitive -remember, authoritarian and neglecting parenting is linked to poor outcomes -associative play: toddlers pursue their own activities -Instrumental: object -Hostile: hurt another person 2


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