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Socialization: Chapter 3 1/20/09 Human Development : Socialization = Personality + Culture Nature Viewpoint (Darwin) Human behavior = instinctive Psych compiled list of instincts Ex. Economic system = competiveness Problems with instincts Does not remain constant in other cultures Nurture Viewpoint Pavlov’s research on dogs John B. Watson – behaviorism Behavior is learned/flexible Little Albert (rat= excited -> Scared) Research on heredity – Twins Ex. Oscar Stohr and Jack Jufe (Separated at birth) Oscar – Hitler viewpoint, mustache, glasses Jack – Jewish viewpoint, mustache, glasses *genes play a significant role in defining ones self image* MN Twin Study Psych Approaches to self and social : Freud’s Components of Personality :
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Id = basic human drives (food, water, etc) (always on) Ego = balances Id with Society Superego = Culture (Norms and values) (conscience) Relationship between components? Ego is a bridge between Id and Superego
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