10-15 Chapter 4

10-15 Chapter 4 - FAMILIES - Part 2 THE FATHER'S ROLE HAS...

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FAMILIES - Part 2
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THE FATHER’S ROLE HAS BEEN IGNORED UNTIL RECENTLY CHANGING ATTITUDES OF FATHERS, BUT VERY SLOW BEHAVIORAL CHANGES WORKPLACE IS SLOW TO CHANGE JUST AS COMPETENT NURTURERS AS MOTHERS ARE SOMETIMES MOTHERS PREFER TO HOLD THE POWER WITHIN THE HOME
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FATHERS’ EFFECTS ON THEIR  CHILDREN INVOLVED FATHERS ADOLSCENTS WITH MORE COGNITIVE SKILLS, LESS SEX-STEREOTYPED BELIEFS, INTERNAL LOCUS OF CONTROL, MORE EMPATHY IN THEIR CHILDREN SONS DAUGHTERS
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BEHAVIORAL GENETICS BEHAVIORAL GENETICS: joint impact of genes and environment on development Shared environmental influences: factors in the environment that individuals (siblings) have in common and that make them similar in personality Nonshared environmental influences: factors in the environments of individuals that are not similar and that make them different from one another most important: nonshared environment that is result of two people having different experiences within same context
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 333 taught by Professor Coffield during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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10-15 Chapter 4 - FAMILIES - Part 2 THE FATHER'S ROLE HAS...

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