CHFD2200CHAPTER 10

CHFD2200CHAPTER 10 - Self-exploration Develop social and...

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Psychological conflict of middle childhood—industry vs. inferiority which is resolved positively when children develop a sense of competence at useful skills and tasks Erikson’s sense of industry combines several developments of middle childhood: a positive but realistic self-concept, pride in accomplishment, moral responsibility, and cooperative participation with age mates Psychological conflict of adolescence identity vs. role confusion Socio-emotional consequences of Abstract Thought Imaginary Audience Personal fable Optimistic bias Basis and Benefits of Friendships Basis of Friendship in Middle Childhood vs. Adolescence Benefits of Friendship in Middle Childhood and Adolescence
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Unformatted text preview: Self-exploration Develop social and relational skills Foundation for later intimate relationships Social comparison(more accurate with maturity) In Adolescence Support/stress relief Can influence achievement and risk taking(+ or -) From Same-Sex cliques to Dating Middle childhood: same-sex cliques &friendships Early adolescence(y the end): Boys and girls cliques come together Middle Adolescence: mixed-sex cliques hang out Late Adolescence: several couples Emerging Adulthood: Individual couples Sexually active adolescents, both homosexual and heterosexual, are at risk for sexually transmitted diseases. Adolescents have the highest rates of STDs of all age groups....
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