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Chapters 12&13 MC notes

Chapters 12&13 MC notes - 4 Social acceptance 4 5...

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Chapters 12 & 13 0. Middle/Late Childhood 1. 2. School Years Cognitive Development: Piaget 0. Infancy: 0. 1. Early childhood: 1. 2. Middle/late childhood: 2. Concrete Operational Stage 0. Reason logically in concrete situations 1. Less egocentric 2. 0. Cognitive Development: Information Processing Rapid acquisition of knowledge 0. Long-term memory 0. 1. Speed of thinking 1. 2. 2. Elaboration 3. 3. Metacognition 4. Language Development 3. Vocabulary 4. Pragmatics 3. 4. Informal with friends 5. Psychoanalytic Theory 3. 6. Latency stage Social Development: Peers 3. Social Comparison
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1. 4. Increases in: 2. 3. Self-criticism & self-consciousness 5. Decrease in 5. ‘Culture of children’ 7. Passed down from older children Friendships 6. Similarities 7. By age 10: 0. More consistent friends 1. 8. Benefits of friendships:
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Social acceptance 4. 5. Average (1/2) 6. 7. Neglected 8. Social cognition 5. 6. Better developed in the “popular” children Social Development: Families 9. Less time, but still large role What school-age children need from their family : 2. Basic necessities 0. 3. 1. Support & guide education 4. Development of self-respect 2. Nurturing of peer relationships 3. Stability 4. 5. Discipline 0. 1. Cognitive development 2. Moral Development • • Kohlberg’s stages of Moral Reasoning - p. 336 Level 1: Pre-conventional • • Level 2: Conventional • • Level 3: Post-conventional • • Bullies & Victims : p. 339-342 What to Know: Middle Childhood Chapters 12 & 13...
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