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Chapter 12 Study Guide- Child and Adolescent

Chapter 12 Study Guide- Child and Adolescent - Dodd 1 Reece...

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Dodd 1 Reece Dodd Dr. Hardy EDFN 2053 Chap 12 Study Guide Display Rule- Cultural guideline concerning when, how, and to what degree to display emotions Social Comparison- Process in which individuals define themselves in relation to the skills, attributes, and qualities of others; an important contributor to self-concept during middle school. Mastery Orientation- Belief that achievements are based on one’s own efforts rather than on luck of other factors beyond one’s controls. Learned Helplessness- Belief that one has little control over situations, perhaps because of lack of ability or inconsistent outcomes. Self-esteem- One’s feelings of worth; extent to which one senses that one’s attributes and actions are good, desired, and valued. Immanent Justice- Young child’s belief that punishment will inevitably follow a transgression. Morality of care and responsibility- Tendency to make moral judgments on the basis of concern for others.
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  • Spring '08
  • Hardy
  • Kohlberg's stages of moral development, immanent justice, Reece Dodd Dr. Hardy EDFN, Parental control technique

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