Chapter_3_-_Part_2

Chapter_3_-_Part_2 - Social and Motor Development Chapter 3...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Social and Motor  Development Chapter 3 – Part 2
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Social behavior affects a person’s movement behavior, and conversely, there are equally strong effects on an individual’s social development
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Socialization Socialization helps us to learn who we are  and how we are connected to our world
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ASSIGNMENT 1 n Socialization influences boys’ and girls’  interest and participation in sports and  physical activity. n Assignment in 3 parts: (1) Examine and  record toy packaging at stores;  (2)Examine and record content of TV  commercials; (3) Summarize findings.  n Go to Moodle for materials.
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SOCIALIZATION ACROSS THE LIFESPAN Social Influences ~  Infancy n Newly developing movement activities  facilitate and expand social interactions n Infant becomes more actively involved in  the environment n Total reliance on caregivers n Egocentric and asocial period
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Social Influences ~  Infancy n Social ties that form in infancy n Maintain contact with an object of attachment n Visual exchange with caregiver n Reciprocal touch n Distress when object of attachment leaves n The way in which the infant responds to the  caregiver
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Social Influences ~  Childhood n Family  n Primary socializing agent n Preschool, TV, and  babysitters have lessened  the impact of family n Play n Major socializing force n School n School may become the 
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Social Influence ~  Childhood n Play… n …is activity that is always pleasurable and  always cherished by the child, adolescent,  or adult n Motivation to play is intrinsic n Unproductive, spontaneous, and voluntary n Involves active participation by the player
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