TEL315Chapter8 - Psychosocial Development Early Childhood...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/23/11 Psychosocial Development: Early Childhood
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2/23/11 Developing Self Self-concept: total picture of our abilities/traits Self-definition, the characteristics we use to describe ourselves shifts from 5 to 7 from single representations to representational mappings Acknowledging real and ideal self
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2/23/11 Self-esteem and emotions Self-evaluative part of the self- concept, judgment person makes about their overall worth and based on growing cognitive abilities to describe and define the self Conflicting emotions and emotions directed toward the self Erikson: initiative v. guilt (3rd stage of psychosocial development), the
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2/23/11 Erikson and Freud
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2/23/11 Constructing Gender… Gender Identity: Awareness developed in early childhood that one is male or female Gender roles: behaviors, interests, attitudes, skills, and traits that a culture considers appropriate for each sex Gender-typing: socialization process by which children learn socially
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