Gender_Identity_Lecture_Notes

Gender_Identity_Lecture_Notes - Gender Identity Development...

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Gender Identity Development Introduction 0. Write down a description of the typical male and the typical female. 0. How are men and women different? Gender may influence … 1. Personality traits 2. Activities and hobbies 3. Career choices 4. Morality 5. Life goals Terms 0. Gender roles 0. Expressive role (girls) 1. Instrumental role (boys) 1. Gender stereotypes 2. Gender typing 3. Sex (biological differences) Gender Identity Status 6. Diffusion 7. Foreclosure 8. Moratorium 9. Achievement Developmental Milestones 4. Preschool (age 2-3+): development of basic gender identity 5. Grade school: gender segregation 6. Adolescence: gender intensification 7. Adulthood: defining roles Gender Identity Development Biological Differences Socialization
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Gender Schema Biological Differences Genes - XX and XY chromosomes Hormones - In the uterus - Throughout the lifespan Genitalia Socialization Differential Reinforcement - By parents and peers - Regarding traits, activities, and occupations
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