Week five notes
Week five notes PSYC 218 - 01
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jasmine Sandozz on Sunday October 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 218 - 01 at Radford University taught by Lara Barbir in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Adolescent Psychology in Psychlogy at Radford University.
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Date Created: 10/04/15
Tuesday December 15 y Week 5 Low SelfEsteem usually temporary can development into other problems depression anorexia self esteem depression bullying media school transitions increasing adolescent self esteem 1 identify the problem 2 provide emotional supportsocial support 3foster achievement 4 help adolescents cope Identity Erikson s idea about identity Identity vs Role Confusion Intimacy vs Isolation Developmental changes Identity vs Identity confusion psychocial moratorium Personality and role exploration try out different roles vocational roles became central to identity developmental identity is a selfportrait composed at many pieces career identity politics religious relationship achievement intellectual identity sexual identity cultural interests personality physical appearance Identity is ongoing Four stages of identity marcia Identity diffusion Identity foreclosure Identity moratorium Identity achievement crisis a period of identity development third dimension ruminative or excessive exploration narrative approach Developing changes in identity Identity consolidation Individuality and connectedness Tuesday December 15 y Tuesday December 15 y individuality self assertion and separateness connectedness mutuality and permeability Ethnic ldentity Bicultural ldentity Gender and Identity Erikson Intimacy vs Isolation Emotional Developmental 6 primary emotions sadness surprised happiness disgust anger fear Emotion feeling or affect that occurs when a person in a state or interaction that is important to the self Hormones experience emotion mood swings may be related to variability in hormone levels Pubertal change is associated with negative emotions hormones influence is small Emotional Competence being aware that the expression of emotions affects relationships how you adapt with negative emotion Tuesday December 15 y understanding and being aware of emotional states Personality development stability and change key factors 5 big 1 oppeness to experience 2 conscientiousness 3 extraversion 4 agreeableness 5 neuroticism emotional stability Neo Personality Inventory measure personality traits too Optimism having a positive outlook on the future and minimizing problems Temperament A person s behavioral and characteristic way of responding Temperament categories easy difficult slow to warmup Goodness of fit the match of a persons temperament and environmental demands they have to cope with
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