Chapter 10 Study Guide- Child and Adolescent

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Dodd 1 Reece Dodd Dr. Hardy EDFN 2053 Chap 10 Study Guide 1. Systems theory recognizes that reciprocal relations occur among various members of the family. For example, problems in marital relationships have an impact on parent-child interactions. 2. Authoritarian Parents- display a low degree of warmth and ten to use coercive techniques. Their children tend to be unhappy; boys are more aggressive and girls are more dependent. Permissive Parents- Set few limits on children’s behaviors. Their children tend to be low on self-control and self-reliance. Uninvolved Parents- are emotionally detached from their children and
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Unformatted text preview: uncommitted to the parental role. Their children tend to be more aggressive, display low self-esteem, and engage in risky behaviors. Authoritative Parents- are high on warmth and use reasoning and explanation to control their children. Their children tend to display a high degree of instrumental competence, showing independence, self-control, achievement orientation, and cooperation. Dodd 2 3. 4. 5. Studies generally show that children who attend high-quality daycare are more cognitively and socially competent than children reared solely at home with their parents....
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