Child Development – Chapter 12

Child Development – Chapter 12 - Child...

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Child Development Chapter 12 Internalization adopting societal standards for right action as one’s own Induction an adult helps the child notice other’s feelings by pointing out the effects of the child’s misbehavior on others, noting especially their distress and making clear that the child cause it Time out involves removing children from the immediate setting until they are ready to act appropriately Construction actively attending to and interrelating multiple perspectives on situations in which social conflicts arise and thereby attaining new moral understandings Heteronomous morality children in this first stage (about 5 to 10 years of age) view rules as handed down by authorities, such as God, parents, and teachers, as having a permanent existence, as unchangeable, and as requiring strict obedience Realism tendency to view mental phenomena, including rules, as fixed external features of reality Autonomous morality children no longer view rules as fixed but see them as flexible, socially
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