331_Final_Review[1] - Chapter 15 1. Functions of...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Chapter 15 1 Functions of Relationships The functions of peer relationships and friendships are to: offer emotional support, practice social skills, socialize, contribute to their sense of identity, and to help make sense of their life. 2. Concept of Peer Acceptance Children who believe that peers view them favorably achieve higher academically, have a higher self esteem, are happier at school, exhibit fewer behavior problems, and have higher attendance at school. ~Levels of Peer Acceptance *Popular-well liked, kind, trustworthy, good social skills, prosocial, cooperative, and empathetic, leaders *Rejected-poor social skills, impulsive, disruptive, aggressive, immature, insensitive, strange, or exceptionally timid. *Neglected-quiet, few interactions, anxiety about socializing *Controversial-accepted by some rejected by others, aggressive, cooperative, disruptive, socially sensitive too. *Average-liked and disliked, average . . . .
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2011 for the course EDUC 101 taught by Professor Fisher during the Spring '09 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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331_Final_Review[1] - Chapter 15 1. Functions of...

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