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Intro to Human Development
Alexandra Ludden

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Date Created: 10/19/15
October 19 2015 Psych 241 Family Peers and Media Parenting Baumrind s Parenting Style Authoritarian children conform to set rules Parents will punish forcefully Kids are less warm more detached and withdrawn Authoritative parents value individuality but still give set rules They explain reasoning for punishment They have open encouragement for talking Children are secure self reliant content and more likely to explore Neglectful Parents focus on their own needs Linked to behavioral disorders in kids lndulgent Parents give few demands rarely punish warm and uncontrolling Children are least self controlled less mature and lease explorative AUTHORITATIVE IS THE BEST IT BENEFITS THE FAMILY AND THE CHILD Discipline Reinforcement and punishments Corporal punishment psychical force Power assertion no yelling but assertive spanking Induction setting limits with reasoning Love withdraw stop paying attention isolation of the child Psychological aggression yelling threats Siblings and Development Older siblings are models 80 of American s have a sibling Helps with socialization sharing compromise playing with others Less anxiety and aggression especially girl with older brother Social Learning Theory older siblings are role models Sibling deidentification theory one sibling will be the opposite from the other to help identify themselves Only Child High self esteem Closer relationship with parents Achievement motivation Society Changes Working parents kids will display less gender stereotyping Children with divorced families has a bigger effect the older the child is Gay and Lesbian parents no difference in children Low SES expect kids to follow social behavior establish more authorty High SES cares about child s initiative Peers Good peer relations normal social emotional development Proximity how close the desks are Types of Play Sensory motor infants Practice repetition of new skills Social social interaction with peers Symbolic physical environment into symbols Constructive sensory motor and symbols Games pleasure with rules Developmental changes Peer interaction is less supervised Preference of same sex peer groups Size of group increases Peer nominations what someone else thinks of you Perceived popularity what you think others think of you Popular rarely disliked frequently nominated as best friend self con dent outgoing Controversial actively disliked frequently nominated as best friend impulsive aggressive boys REGINA GEORGE Neglected rarely disliked not nominated as best friend Rejected actively disliked not nominated as best friend Social Cognition understand how to socially interact assists in forming friendships 6 functions of friends Companionship someone to talk to Stimulation give learning information Physical Support how to work together Ego support cheering on high 5 Social Companion Affection and Intimacy Bullying Boys younger middle school Outcomes of being bullied more depression suicidal Aggression Instrumental force not a form of anger Hostile reactive thinks other people are bullying them rst Physical direct Relational social Hostile attribution bias immediately being mean to others because they think they were targeted rst Media 610 TV shows project violence Relationship between media violence and aggressive behavior Children imitate aggression if they see the perpetrator to be rewarded identify with perpetrator think of story line as realistic


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