Class notes-hd 11170 final

Class notes-hd 11170 final - 1 M issed Class-Achievement 2...

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1. Missed Class-Achievement 2. M ake up on video note 3. Case Studies: To be the Best This case discusses intimacy and Sullivan’s theory with Emily (the case author) who talks a lot about relationships with boys but not with girls. Sullivan would say that she is missing out on same-sex chumships (an intimate relationship with a friend) by not having close relationships with girls. Emily is seeking self-confidence and validation through her sexual relationships with boys, not typically through same-sex non-sexual chumships. Get validation from trust and disclose deep information to same-sex peers She couldn't find real relationships to validate herself What Sullivan says about 'chumships' We see in the case she talks about mostly sexual relationships. There is also also not a lot of trust or self disclosure or even attraction, but she recalls liking sex. The boyfriends look for ego, confidence-building relationships We didn't need any other friends, since they did everything together Not a lot of trust, or self-disclosure, but just for sex Essentially, Sullivan would say that she has an intimacy need that is not being met. She doesn't like them, just likes sex She gets validation, intimacy not met by boyfriends, only sexual needs met So why go out-Sullivan's theory explains it as a confidence boosting relationship Interpersonal needs are what thrives in relationship In the case, we read that Emily gets pregnant and decides to have her baby. Emily's behavior is a classic example of Gilligan’s moral development theory. Gilligan interviewed women for her research using real dilemmas (she interviewed women who were really pregnant) – as we see in this case. The morality of care as identified through Gilligan’s research is an interdependence of self and other. For Gilligan, like Kohlberg, it was not important whether the woman decided to have an abortion or not, but how she reasoned which decision to ultimately make. Not hypothetical-they were actually pregnant Responsibility to themselves and others One must care for oneself before caring for others Achievement On Final A big psychosocial issue because it prepares for adult roles on aducation occupation and society 4. Dweck's Motivational Process Model
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Determine what psych factors predict adaptive responses in achievement situations and which factors predict maladaptive responses Dweck model examines correlation bw psychological factors and individual breifs and adaptive and maladaptive coping patterns that individuals display in achievemnt situation Dweck's factors include one theory of intelligences isl ones' goal, level of confidence and behavior pattersn People hold either one of two theories; entity or incremental Entity Theory Performance Goals: extrinsic, want others to perceive that I think I'm dumb and don't want you to know: that's low confidence in my intelligence
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course HD 1170 taught by Professor Mary during the Spring '10 term at Cornell.

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