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Development Chapter 8

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Development Chapter 8 NURS 2001

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Middle Childhood, part 2
Human Growth and Development: A Life Span Approach
Robin Austin
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Human, development, Nursing, middle, Childhood
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Date Created: 03/28/16
Middle Childhood, pt. 2 The Nature of School Aged Children ● Erikson ○ Industry vs Inferiority (Stage 4) ○ Attempt to master culturally valued skills and develop a sense of  themselves as either industrious and competent or inferior and incompetent ● Freud ○ Latency → emotional drives are lowered and unconscious sexual drives emerge ○ Children acquire cognitive skills and expand their social spheres ○ Sexual energy is channeled into social concerns ● Self Concept ○ Self Concept= ideas about self, including intelligence, personality,  abilities, gender, ethnic background ○ Global Self Acceptance= becomes more specific and logical,  becomes less optimistic due to influences from peers and society ○ Social Comparison= Tendency to assess one’s abilities,  achievements, etc. as relative to those of others ■ Results in self criticism and self consciousness  between ages 6­11 ■ Rise in materialism ○ Praise ■ Praising children is not culturally universal ■ Culture seems to be more relevant to a child’s self  concept than the objective accomplishment ● Resilience and Stress ○ Resilience= capacity to adapt well to significant adversity and to  overcome serious stress ■ Dynamic; positive adaptation to stress; adversity  must be significant ○ Cognitive Coping ■ Coping measures reduce impact of repeated stress ■ Influenced by: child’s working model, social circle,  education, temperament and IQ ■


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