Lecture 13- 10-16 - People As Civilized Beings...

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People As Civilized Beings SELF -regulation : How can I control my behaviors to get what I want. SOCIAL -regulation : What does the world want from me? In a civilization, can’t separate these two. Think of a young child, who is dependent on the caregiver, learning how to get what she wants. ..
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People As Civilized Beings Components of civilization to be covered: *Norms *Roles *Development (of the individual in relation to others) Importantly, consider the benefits (especially the ability of civilization to provide meaning) AND the costs (when these structures produce undesirable behaviors) of each.
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Levels of Development 1. How does the child “figure out the world” intellectually? 2. Differences in the style of parenting. How do these combine to form the child’s worldview or approach to life?
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Level 1: Early Sensorimotor Development (birth to ~1st year of life) Self-Feature X Other-Response Y R 1 R 1
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Self-Feature X Other-Response Y R 1 R 1 R 1
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Level 2: Late Sensorimotor and Early Interrelational Development (1st year to ~18/24 months) Self-Feature X Other-Response Y R 1 Self-Psychological Situation Z R 2
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Self-Feature X Other-Response Y R 1 Self-Psychological Situation Z R 2 R 1 R 1 R 2 R 2
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course PSY 235 taught by Professor J.cesario during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Lecture 13- 10-16 - People As Civilized Beings...

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