Trustworthiness: (Neutral vs. Credible) While high-credibility sources often produce more opinion change than low-credibility sources, the high or low credibility of the source has not been found to effect message learning. However, NETURAL SOURCES PRODUCE MORE LEARNING OF THE MESSAGE CONTENT.
Problems When behaviors occur with children and youth that do not fit into the Red Lights categories or the ISSUES category, they may indicate a PROBLEM behavior. Many times these behaviors include swearing, teasing, or even those associate with a bad attitude. When such behaviors seem to be more often than not, it is time for the parent to run an experiment, to determine if in fact the behavior is a PROBLEM.
Never Say HURRY Omission is the most powerful weapon either parents or children can utilize in winning any power struggle. Websters defines omit as to fail to perform or make use of leave out or leave unmentioned. The words make use of jump out in this definition and unfortunately, most adults have forgotten this, leaving their children and adolescents the ultimate weapon to ensure a win during any power struggle. The bottom line is that when a parent places an expectation on a child, and the child can simply win by not doing the expectation the parent has gotten themselves in a Never Say Hurry dilemma. Power struggles take many forms and generally place the child or adolescent in the position of power without the parent realizing they have given away all their authority.
The Four Conditions of Self- ______ 1. Having a Sense of Connectiveness, that results when a child gains satisfaction from associations that are significant to the child, and the importance of these associations has been affirmed by others. 2. Having a Sense of Uniqueness, that occurs when a child can acknowledge and respect the qualities or attributes that make him or her special and different, and receives respect and approval from others for these qualities. 3. Having a Sense of Power, that comes about though having the resources, opportunity, and capability to influence the circumstances of his or her own life in important ways. 4. Having a Sense of Models, that reflect a child's ability to refer to adequate human, philosophical, and operational examples that serve to help him establish meaningful values, goals, ideals, and personal standards.