DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY PSY 223
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Date Created: 10/23/15
Dimensions of Parenting Warmth Control Behavioral Psychological Associated with depression delinquency Firm control warm parents result is childcentered and positive Firm control cold and rejecting parents result can be harsh punitive or abusive Parenting Styles Baumrind Combined effects of warmth and control Pure styles are rare Pure style being 100 one parenting style Parenting Style Chart from Book Behavioral Theories in Parenting Focus on observable behavior not mental states Watson applied classical conditioning to emotional states in children Skinner Operant Conditioning What is the behavior Is it increasing or is it decreasing Why Reinforcement Positive Giving you something you want in order to have the behavior increase in the future Negative Removing like chores something negative to reinforce you for good behavior Punishment Present unpleasant presenting you with something negative in order to get rid of behavior Remove desirable removing something in order to get rid of behavior Bandura Social Cognitive Theory Observational learning ndirect reinforcement ntrinsic reinforcement feeling good about accomplishing a behavior without external reinforcement Discipline Techniques to teach appropriate behavior or alter child attitudes Appropriate discipline varies by age Time out withdrawing privileges Always should be consistent Democratic Communication Parents ask for and consider child feelings and opinions Inductive Reasoning Using verbal communication to change behavior Mutual Respect Teach child how to act ahead of time Praise mature behavior Empathybased guilt how would you feel if this happened to you Child Temperament Anxious child parents need to use more mild and patient tactics Fearless child parents need to use more firm correction Punishment often overemphasized Power Assertion Use or threats of physical force to control behavior May work in short term but children return misbehavior Repeated spanking may escalate to physical abuse Physical discipline may model aggression as conflict resolution violence is the way to solve problems Negative effects of spanking may be due to parenting style Spanking findings are correlational Psychological Maltreatment Love Withdrawal I won t love you unless you
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