Psych Notes Chapter 10 Part 2
Psych Notes Chapter 10 Part 2 PSYC 110 - 008
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Katie Mayes on Saturday March 12, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 110 - 008 at University of Tennessee - Knoxville taught by Alexander Malik Khaddouma in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see General Psychology - in Psychlogy at University of Tennessee - Knoxville.
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3/7/16 Psych Notes 3/7/16 Chapter 10: Developmental Psychology Social Development - Temperament o Basic emotional style that appears early in development and is largely genetic isn origin - Attachment o The strong emotional connection we share with those to whom we feel closest o First attachment connections are to our parents/family/caregiver Types of Attachment - Secure (60%) o Becomes upset at mom leaving, comforted when she returns - Insecure-Avoidant (15-20%) o Doesn’t care when mom leaves, doesn’t care when she returns - Insecure-Anxious (Ambivalent) (15-20%) o Upset when mom leaves, both pursues and runs away from when she returns - Disorganized (5-10%) o Upset when mom leaves, mixed confusing response when she returns 3/7/16 Types of Parenting - Permissive (about 20%) o Lack of rewards or punishments for behavior, most lenient - Authoritative (about 60%) o Middle way between permissive and authoritarian supportive, but with clear boundaries and expectations - Authoritarian (about 20%) o Extremely strict, unsupportive, and less affectionate attac Example: Child: Why can’t I do this? Adult: Because it’s my house and my rules o Doesn’t give a straight answer - Marshmallow Task o Testing children and impulses o Manipulate children’s beliefs about their environment o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QX_oy9614HQ Social Development (Cont.) - Identity development throughout the lifespan o Erik Erikson Erikson’s theory of identity development 3/9/16 Psych Notes 3/9/16 Chapter 10: Developmental Psychology Sexual Development - Begins during adolescence - Primary sexual characteristics o Changes to reproductive organs and genitals - Secondary Sexual Characteristics o Sex-differentiating characteristics that are not directly related to reproduction - Spermarche o Boy’s first ejaculation o Usually around 13 years old - Menarche o Girl’s first menstruation o Usually around 12.5-13.5 years old in US Adulthood - Brain development o Becomes more developed over time May explain why 18 is the adult age and 21 is the drinking age 3/9/16 Moral Development - Moral development throughout lifespan o Kohlberg’s theory of moral development