9. Identity - lecture outline

9. Identity - lecture outline - o individuation and...

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Lecture Outline : Identity
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Why is Identity an Adolescent Issue? Changes in Self-Conception Influence of cognitive development Changes in Self-Esteem Roberta Simons research o self-esteem, self-consciousness, self-image stability Evaluating self globally vs. specifically Influence of physical appearance Sex differences Ethnic differences
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The Adolescent Identity Crisis Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory on Identity o epigenetic principle, syntonic vs. dystonic elements, identity crisis Identity Achieved vs. Identity Diffusion Social context of identity development Psychosocial moratorium Resolving identity crisis Research on Identity Development James Marcia Commitment? Yes No Crisis? Yes Identity Achievement Moratorium No Identity Foreclosure Identity Diffusion
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Family Influences Parenting styles o democratic parenting, autocratic parenting, and permissive parenting. Family atmosphere
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Unformatted text preview: o individuation and connectedness Developmental Changes in Identity Waterman research Development of Ethnic Identity Process of ethnic identity development Racial socialization Alternative orientations to ethnic identity (Phinney) o assimilation, marginality, separation, biculturalism French et al. (2006) Social psychologists perspective on identity What is group esteem? Hypotheses Sample: o Preadolescent subsample N = 258; M age 11.28 years; 59.7% females 39.5% AA, 31.4% EA, 29.1% LA o Middle adolescent subsample N = 162; M age = 14.01; 71% females 27.8% AA, 43.8% EA, 28.4% LA Measures: o Group esteem o Exploration French et al. (2006) Results: Group Esteem Preadolescence Middle Adolescence French et al. (2006) Results: Exploration Preadolescence Middle Adolescence...
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course HDFS 3423 taught by Professor Criss during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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