Lec. 14 (3-2-2010) - Psych 9B - PSB 11B Social Development...

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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 1 Social Development 1 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 1 Social Development 1 ± Attachment ± The Nurture Assumption ± Correlational Research
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 2 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 2 Social Development 1 Course Evaluation ± Please take 5 minutes to fill out the course evaluation for this course ± You should only fill out at most one TA evaluation ± These evaluations are anonymous and important – I personally read all of the written comments when they are released ± You have until the end of next week
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 3 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 3 Social Development 1 To receive extra credit for experiment participation … AFTER you participate, you must allocate your credit: 1. Log in to http://www.experimetrix.com/uci 2. Click on “assign credit to your courses” 3. Once you assign your credit(s) to the course, make sure to click on “recalculate and save” 4. You must allocate your credits before the beginning of finals week
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 4 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 4 Social Development 1 Final Exam Review Sessions ± Final Exam: Tuesday, March 16 th , 8 – 10 ± Exam ² Will be 90 – 100 multiple choice questions ² Cumulative, but emphasizing the material for lectures 12-18 ± 3 review schedueld ² Friday, 3/12, 12:00 PM, Room SE2 1306 ² Monday, 3/15, 2:30 PM, Room SE2 1306 ² Monday, 3/15, 5:00 PM, Room SSL 290 ² You will get more out of these sessions if you have already reviewed the material
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 5 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 5 Social Development 1 Which of the list of childhood influences below do you believe usually has the largest impact on who a person becomes as an adult? A. Parents (or other primary caregivers) B. Siblings C. Teachers, coaches (or other unrelated adults) D. Peers (who may or may not be friends) E. Genetics
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 6 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 6 Social Development 1 Genetics, Parents, & Peers ± Role of parents in shaping the ultimate personality of their children ² Genotype choice: "It would give parents a real power over the sort of people their children will turn out to be" ² Parenting: “Parents have that power already, to a large degree” ² “Nurture” assumption ± This belief is not universal ± Other possible important influences on social development ² Genetics, Siblings, Peers, Other authority figures
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 7 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 7 Social Development 1 Video: Do Parents Matter? ± The central person in this video is Judith Harris, the author of the reading assigned for the last class ± This video touches on several questions about the role of parents in shaping the ultimate personality of their children that we will consider further in this and the next two classes
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 8 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 8 Social Development 1 Why We Believe the Nurture Assumption ± Sir Francis Galton (1822 – 1911), Charles Darwin's cousin, coined the phrase "nature and nurture."
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Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 9 Psych 9B -- PSB 11B 9 Social Development 1 Sigmund Freud was the Originator
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Lec. 14 (3-2-2010) - Psych 9B - PSB 11B Social Development...

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