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Unformatted text preview: Lecture Outline Social and emotional development. Temperament. Family. Gender. Social Development Changes across the lifespan in: Thoughts about oneself and others. Feelings about oneself and others. Behavior toward others, such as the ability to form relationships. Life-Span Development Eriksons (1963) psychosocial stage theory: 0-18 mos. Basic trust Vs. Mistrust 2-3 yrs. Autonomy Vs. Shame and doubt 3-6 yrs. Initiative Vs. Guilt 7-11 yrs. Industry Vs. Inferiority Adolescence Identity Vs. Identity confustion Adulthood Intimacy Vs. Isolation Middle age Generativity Vs. Stagnation Later years Integrity Vs. Despair Infancy: Attachment The enduring emotional tie between child and caregiver. Attachment involves: Desire of the child to be close to the caregiver. A sense of security around the caregiver. Feelings of distress when the caregiver is absent. Measuring Attachment The Strange Situation: Mother leaves her child (12-18 months of age) alone in a room of toys. A stranger enters the room for a while. Mother rejoins her child. Mary Ainsworth used this paradigm to assess attachment in the child. The measure of attachment was the reaction of the child to the mother upon her leaving and returning....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Brill during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '07