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Sheet1 Page 1 Chapter 10 Psychosocial Development Freud: (3-6 yrs.) Phallic stage: learning about their bodies (genitals) Boys and Girls different (Ses,.u.al Identity) Gender ~. 2-(Q Erikson (3-6 yrs.) Initiative vs. Guilt Able to use your ideas (self stat1:) or not. .. Types of Play: Sensory Play: Experiencing vvith the senses Mastery Play: Play which has a goal or intent Sociodramatic. Play: To role play a Rough and tumble Play:~Jn~sical, ,look for "Pla~ face" al\~'J,"l Oit\('f rt~ Social Play (parten) , Solitary Play: Play by self Onlooker Play: Watch others '. . . +-. 'as.h I car+ Parallel Play: Using similar objects, playing similar wa~& l~'t~.h~ . .ks 0 n':fl.Jr -toy. shtre, "t .} Associati:re Play: U sin~ same. objecth but no~ interacting together .... qOi~-t\)h\ I w::n +h
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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 2 ~~s+- 'v'lj 0' r-s Prosocial behavior: Actions to benefit others ~~s " Antisocial behavior: Actions to hann someone Parenting Styles Authoritarian: Do as I say Authoritative: Vie do it for this reason (best for self esteem) Permissive: Do 'what you like Aim .of guidance: Self Contr81 Use positive statements (less no's and don'ts) Redirect beh.avior Demonstrate self control Be consistent Provide limits with flexibility Include children in setting nlles and consequences Com:.mtmicate v.vith child (instead of pullishLuent and no follow up) \ Sheet1 Page 3 \ Sheet1 Page 4 t- I lAlFIA)-I.Je, lIe\ t.&-I'\o-l- PlttyttE rq. h bel CooperatIVe Play: Sharmg ob~ects and playmg together (GaJ. n.~) ~r."'l'l~~ten~ hc.:~h Sheet1 Page 5 Sheet1 Page 6...
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