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Developmental Psychology Socioemotional Development in Middle/late Childhood
Personality Development Industry v Inferiority – Age
Culture of Children – Differences between Child Culture and Adult Culture
Personality Development Increase in psychological description Recognition of the v
Personality Development Methods to increase Self esteem – Identify the cause of low s.e. – – Help children achieve –
Personality Development Self Efficacy* Self Regulation
Moral Development Kohlberg Conventional Reasoning Stage – –
Moral Development Piaget – Autonomous Morality
Emotional Development Important Developmental Changes Coping With Stress
Peers Peer Status – Popular children – – Neglected children – – Controversial children
Gender Development Gender stereotypes Gender Similarities/Differences – Physical – Cognitive – Socioemotional
Gender Gender Role Classification
Social Cognition v motives
Friendships Friendships serve 6 functions – Companionship – – Ego Support – – Affection/Intimacy
Schools Constructivist approach SES status
Development Through the Lifespan
Socialization and Human Learning
WHS AP Psychology Unit 9: Developmental Psychology Essential Task 9-5:Explain Erikson's social development paying specific attention to the crisis in each.
Middle Childhood Ages 6 to 12
Child, Family, School, and Community Socialization and Support 6 th ed. Chapter 12 SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SOCIALIZATION OUTCOMES.
Eric Erickson Sigmund Freud ( ):
The Self, Identity, and Personality
Erickson’s View of Social Development Edwin D. Bell Winston-Salem State University.
Copyright 2002, Delmar, A division of Thomson Learning Chapter 4 Developmental Assessment.
Personal, Social, and Emotional Development Psychology I.
PED 392 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Chapter 6: Self-Concept, Identity, and Motivation.
Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education Canada13-1 Chapter 13: Social Behaviour and Personality in Middle Childhood 13.1 Self-Esteem 13.2 Relationships with.
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Peers People of approximately the same age and position within a social group Equally important to children and adolescents’ development Functions.
© 2007 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Slide 1 John W. Santrock Socioemotional Development in Middle and Late Childhood 14.
Socialization 2 A Definition of “Socialization” From William Sewell: “Socialization is the process by which individuals selectively acquire skills, knowledge,
1 Developmental Psychology for Intro class Carolyn R. Fallahi, Ph. D.
Social Contexts: Peers Peer group: A collection of individuals approximately equal in age, social status, ability, and other characteristics.
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