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Psych 1603 Ch 8 - Chapter 8 Initiative vs Guilt Name that...

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Chapter 8
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Initiative vs. Guilt Name that theorist Freedom and acceptance lead to initiative Overly strict or excessive criticism leads to guilt Self Understanding Self-concept: set of attributes, abilities & attitudes that one uses to define himself/herself. Self-esteem: judgments we make about our own worth the feelings that arise because of those judgments
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Types of Play (Parten) Unoccupied play Solitary play Onlooker play Parallel play Associative play Cooperative play
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Play 1. Strengthens peer relationships 2. Releases tensions, anxiety 3. Advances cognitive/physical development 4. Increases exploration of environment 5. Provides a “safe haven” for experimentation 6. Provides an opportunity to experience conflict
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Punishment 70-90% of American parents have spanked Spanking is linked to antisocial behavior Why does/doesn’t corporal punishment work?
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