10. Intimacy - lecture outline

10. Intimacy - lecture outline - Sex differences Dating and...

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Lecture Outline : Intimacy
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Intimacy as an Adolescent Issue Why is it an adolescent issue? Why are there increases in intimacy in adolescence? Harry Sullivan’s View on Intimacy Major premise of his theory (see Table 10.1, p. 308) Importance and cumulative effect of security Three developmental periods: o preadolescence o early adolescence o Late adolescence Erik Erikson’s View on Intimacy Sullivan vs. Erikson
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Development of Intimacy during Adolescence Changes in nature of friendships Changes in display of intimacy Sex differences in intimacy Changes in targets of intimacy o Relationships with parents vs. peers Opposite-sex friendships Dating and Romantic Relationships Historical context (see Table 10.8, p. 325) Factors associated with early dating Progression into dating Qualifications Importance of same-sex friendships
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Unformatted text preview: Sex differences Dating and Romantic Relationships (cont.) Purposes of dating Four phases of romance/dating Sexual minority youth Impact of dating on adolescent development o Overall findings and findings for girls o Benefits of dating o Why is early dating so bad? Rose (2002) Background: o self-disclosure, rumination, co-rumination Hypotheses Sample: 608 students o 53% girls; 87% EA; grades 3, 5, 7, 9 Rose (2002) Measures o Co-rumination (C) o Self-disclosure (C) o Friendship Quality and Closeness (C, F) o Internalizing problems (C) Results: Rose (2002) Results: (cont.) Co-Rumination Friendship Quality and Closeness (C) .45*** Friendship Quality and Closeness (F) .10 Internalizing Problems (C) .20***...
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