10-22 Chapter 5

10-22 Chapter 5 - PEERS – PART 2 FRIENDSHIPS OF CHILDREN...

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PEERS – PART 2
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FRIENDSHIPS OF CHILDREN VS ADOLESCENTS Both children and adolescents identify 4 variables as important to friendship: 1- Mutual liking 2 – Prosocial behavior - Sharing 3 - Companionship 4 – Lack of Conflict IMTIMACY - adolescents
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FRIENDSHIPS OF ADOLESCENTS Expectations of friendships change in adolescence EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ACCEPTANCE NONJUDGMENTAL APPROVAL Friendships deepen in mutuality and intimacy in adolescence
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GENDER DIFFERENCES IN FRIENDSHIPS MALES: SHARE ACTIVITIES; HELP EACH OTHER REALIZE GOALS FEMALES: TALK, SHARE FEELINGS, MORE INTIMATE WHY DIFFERENCES: MOSTLY DIFFERENCES IN INTIMACY AND ITS DISPLAY: EXPRESSIVE DIFFERENCES TRUST ISSUES SOCIALIZATION OBLIGATIONS OF A FRIEND
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PROBLEMS WITH FRIENDS DISLOYALTY: NOT KEEPING SECRETS, LYING, BREAKING PROMISES DISRESPECT: BEING RUDE; MOCKING OTHERS INSUFFICIENT ATTENTION: BEING IGNORED, NOT RETURNING CALLS UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR: DRUGS, DRINKING TOO MUCH, QUITTING SCHOOL DIFFERENT PATTERNS FOR MALES AND FEMALES
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10-22 Chapter 5 - PEERS – PART 2 FRIENDSHIPS OF CHILDREN...

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