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Unformatted text preview: Slide 1 Infant and Child Development Chapter 15 Friday November 16, 2007 Slide 2 Announcements • Worksheet due today • Optional drafts due by/on the 19 th (email) • Plan for next week – Class on Wednesday – Office hours: Monday 11:45- 12:45, 433 Tillett Hall • Exam 4 – 100 questions, ½ from the material covered on exam 3 – All study guides will apply Slide 3 Paper Tip #1: – Typically, web pages are not considered good resources unless they include the author’s name and actual research data (published is preferred). – Appropriate references can be found using PsychInfo , Rutger’s online database of published psychology articles (go to the library website) Slide 4 15—Families • Ecological Theory • Family Structures and Dynamics • Parenting Styles and Discipline • Families Under Stress Slide 5 Families • Did your parents treat you differently than your siblings? • Did your mother treat you differently than your father? How so? Slide 6 Systems Theory: Urie Bronfenbrenner How does context affect development? Slide 7 Ecological Theory • Biodirectionality (mutual shaping) – Parents shape their children’s development • Directly : By the tasks they pose, the ways they respond to particular behaviors, the values they promote, and the patterns of behavior they model • Indirectly : By selecting many of the other contexts to which children are exposed, – Children shape their parents’ behavior • Through their interests, temperament, appearance, verbal ability and other characteristics that influence parent-child interaction Parent Child Slide 8 Ecological Theory • Ecological theory proposes 3 main influences of parenting effectiveness (Belsky, 1984) 1. Parental contribution- developmental history (how parents were parented, personality) 2. Child’s contribution- temperament 3. Stress and support context- work, social network, marital relationship Slide 9 Orchard Town, New England Family Structures Slide 10 Gusii Community, Kenya Family Structures Slide 11 Family Structures Cultural Group Behavior Category Specific Kinds of Behavior USA Individualistic sense of self _________- dominant Seeks help; seeks dominance; seeks attention Sociable- intimate Acts sociably; engages in _________; touches Gusii Inter-dependent sense of self __________- responsible Offers help; offers support; gives responsible ideas Authoritarian- aggressive Reprimands; assaults; insults Patterns of social behavior Slide 12 Family Structures (US) Slide 13 Ethnic Breakdown of One-Parent Families Slide 14...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 331 taught by Professor Carpenter during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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