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8 - Development1 - Social Development GOALS Know how much...

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Social Development GOALS Know how much of a role nature and nurture play in development Know what attachment is Know the types Recognize examples (know how the types are identified) Know how nature might play a role in attachment Temperament (what is it, types) Know how nurture might play a role in attachment Ways in which parents respond – likely outcomes Know whether attachment is due primarily to nature or nurture
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Nature vs. Nurture Nature is primary Genes determine personality, behavior, etc. Monozygotic > Dizygotic Biological > Adopted Nurture is primary Environment determines how we develop Monozygotic twins aren’t identical Extreme examples Interaction
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Social Development Attachment Attachment : See this by approximately 6 months Ainsworth: “strange situation” Types Secure Anxious (Avoidant) Anxious (Ambivalent) Disorganized
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Social Development Attachment Nature Temperament : stable traits in infants Easy / Slow-to-warm-up / Difficult Nurture Parental responsiveness Consistently responsive Consistently non-responsive Inconsistently
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Know the age ranges that Erikson’s theory covers Know the stages in Erikson’s theory General focus of each stage (question/challenge) How the focus matches the age/developmental period
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