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PSC 142-Lecture Notes Sept. 24

by: Denise Kaira Marquez

PSC 142-Lecture Notes Sept. 24 PSC 142

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Social and Personality Development
Anne Dunlea

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The number on the left corresponds to the slide number.
 These are additional notes about the slides and do not include information that is already written on her slides. I look forward to more det...
Social and Personality Development
Anne Dunlea
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Date Created: 09/24/15
Notes to go with PSC 142 lecture slides The number on the left corresponds to the slide number These are additional notes about the pictures and do not include information that is already written on her slides 4 Our standard view of personality are the qualities about us that persist through our lives amp remain consistent within us 6 Whatever we are given biologically is honed amp shaped by our social experiences At the same time our responses are part of the dynamic system that shapes us EX Many of us have similar social experiences such as driving your car amp someone cuts you off How do you react Some people go Oh darn it While others would be more angry or Violent 8 Other examples from class Heightened sense of empathy Understanding of morality Social amp natural motions Transmit complex culture Recreation amp we re really interested in a round of occupations Work rest amp leisure Incredible adaptability Technology amp the ability to build We manufacture so much stuff 9 Other animals interact and rely on one another Vertebrates 9 mammals 9 primates Coop in rearing young foraging for food hunting defending territory a few examples of learning by observations termite sticks in Gomb A very few examples of quotculturequot varying ways of extracting esh and nuts from plants among Chimpanzees Chimpanzees don t have the opposition we do When we grab a pen Developmental psychologist Who has grown to develop development psychology Did interesting studies administering Intelligent type of tasks to young children 2 3 years old amp chimpanzees Little problems puzzles amp looked for differences RESULTS Human children did NOT show a difference Cognitively they were similar in skills Space causality amp cognitive tasks ONE DIFFERENCE Social skills reading the intentions of others Ultimately humans will exceed the capacity of chimps in many reasons Social skills enable us to develop the kinds of things cognitively amp behaviorally make the differences possible 12 She will probably gather leaves amp care for herself naturally This comes from our culture 13 People discovered binomial things electricity language computers etc Everything we have comes from our terrific clever social nature amp tandem minds As much as we shape society it shapes us 14 You re enacting your role in what you do We have relations with other through being loved amp trusted amp our interactions with others Your sense of security that you matter that you re open to receiving affection give affection a sense that you re okay All of this stuff comes from your social interactions The things people in the world are giving you amp function Finally we are connected to others 19 We do something because our society is doing it We come to act as our society does the mob in which we are in does He tried to explain the behavior in terms of group membership Sociocultural perspective


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