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FCNS 280 Chapter 10 Notes

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FCNS 280 Chapter 10 Notes FCNS 280

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Summary of chapter 10 notes.
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 Sunday March 6, 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 19 views. For similar materials see MSTR Human Devel the Fam & Society in Health Sciences at Northern Illinois University.

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Date Created: 03/06/16
Sunday, March 6, 2016 FCNS 280 Chapter 10 (Psychoanalytic Theories) -Freud said libido is dormant between ages 6 and 12 (latency stage) -Erikson 6-12 year olds acquire sense of industry by achieving education goals determined by their cultures -Bandura’s reciprocal determinism argue that traits and emotional aspects that were emphasized by psychoanalytic theories represent one of the three factors that shape a personality: environment person factors, behavioral factors -self esteem is more stable in girls than boys -Piaget claimed that moral reasoning develops in stages that are connected with his cognitive developmental stages EX: children in moral realism stage believe that authority figures establish rules that must be followed, under threat of punishment -Robert Selman was one of the first to study children’s understanding of friendships -physical aggression highest in boys -relational aggression: poses damage to relationships….most popular in girls -retaliatory aggression: aggression to get back at someone who has hirt you, increases in boys and girls during ages 6-12 year old period 1 Sunday, March 6, 2016 -rejected children are characterized by high aggression, bullying, low levels of agreeableness and helpfulness -children in low income family are at a disadvantage -go through cognitive development more slowly -watching violence on TV and playing violent video games increase the level of personal aggression or violence shown by a child 2


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