edhd320sg - Middle childhood Culture Child-rearing...

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Middle childhood Culture Child-rearing practices – authoritative is best Indulgent – inflated Authoritarian – low Messages from adults Attributions Mastery-oriented- crediting success to your ability, can count on it when you face new challenges Learned helplessness – attribute failures but not successes to ability, when you succeed it is because of external factors – ability is fixed and cannot be changed by trying- don’t put forth any effort Emotional development Self-conscious emotions- pride and guilt – governed by yourself Take on these emotions themselves, don’t need parents to show them Emotional understanding Explain using internal states Understand mixed emotions Emotional self-regulation Motivated by self-esteem and peer approval Emotional self-efficacy Managing negative emotions – look to solve the problem externally We are in fact in control of our emotions Development of distributive justice Your team won the contest and received a bag of candy. . how do you divide the candy?
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course EDHD 320 taught by Professor Parkinson during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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