ch 12 notes II

ch 12 notes II - Role of experience Maturity of the frontal...

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Early Socialization Attachment Motivation: Food vs. comfort contact Separation anxiety (6 mos to 2 years) Ainsworth: Strange Situation experiments Secure attachment-major separation anxiety Avoidant attachment-indifference Resistant attachment-anger Disorganized/disoriented attachment-lack of resolution
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Fostering secure attachment Benefits Social and emotional stability in childhood Ease in transition to daycare, school
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Early Socialization Gender identity Brain level-- Person level-- Group level--
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Adolescence Formal operations Scientific principles of “controlled studies” Algebraic and geometric reasoning*
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Unformatted text preview: Role of experience Maturity of the frontal lobe Adolescent egocentrism Too much taking of others point of view! Imaginary audience Personal fable Role of Hormones Adulthood Eriksons psychosocial stages in adulthood Intimacy vs. isolation Generativity vs. self-absorption Integrity vs. despair Stable personality through adulthood Late Adulthood Role of genetics in intelligence increases Retention of abilities Similarity between relatives Crystallized intelligence Fluid intelligence...
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