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PY437 Fall 2010
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Development of Social  Cognition Friendships become extremely important and  take on a new life; quality of the friendship  changes Beginning friendships Changes Complexity increases Social relationships can reflect, predict,  provide an indication of long term functioning
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What’s your idea of a friend? What do you think your friends think about  you? What happens if you want to do one thing and  your friend wants to do something else? What happens when you and your best friend  fight? How do you resolve the fight?
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Peers Peer group Cliques Liaisons Isolates Crowd Social competence Conformity  Peer pressure
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Level 3:  Perspective- Third  Party Mutual 10 – 15 years how an outside person might view situation Deeper level of friendship; systems view Strategies sharing
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course PSY PY437, PY taught by Professor Rogers during the Spring '11 term at The Chicago School of Prof. Psychology.

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PY437 PP Lecture 10 students - PY437 Fall2010...

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