2. Peer Relationships - lecture outline

2. Peer Relationships - lecture outline - o Differences...

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Lecture Outline : Peer Relationships
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Hartup’s Factors to Consider Friendships Functions of friendships Friendships in early childhood Friendships in middle childhood Friendships in adolescence Friendships in early adulthood Friendships in middle adulthood Friendships in late adulthood Bully/Victim Relationships During Childhood Dating and Romantic Relationships (adolescence) Historical context
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Dating and Romantic Relationships (adolescence) Factors associated with early dating Progression into dating Purpose of dating Four phases of romance Sexual-minority youth Impact of dating on adolescent development Peer Group Relationships (middle childhood) Peer Group Relationships (adolescence) Cliques o What are they and how do they develop? Crowds Functions of cliques and crowds
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Link between Peer Relations and Adjustment Characteristics of well-liked children. Person-Environment Fit Hypothesis Behavioral antecedents of peer social status (Dodge) o Similarities between neglected and rejected kids
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Unformatted text preview: o Differences between neglected and rejected kids Interplay between Parents and Peers 1. Direct Effects Model • Internal Working Model (IWM) • Emotion Regulation • Social Information Processing (SIP) Interplay between Parents and Peers 1. Direct Effects Model • Social Information Processing (SIP; Dodge) A. Encoding Process B. Representation Process C. Response Search Process D. Response Decision Process E. Enactment Process • Parental efforts to teach social skills (Ladd) A. Parent as designer B. Parent as mediator C. Parent as supervisor Interactive interventions Directive interventions Monitoring D. Parent as Consultant Interplay between Parents and Peers 1. Additive Effects Models 1. Moderating Effects Models • Parents as moderators (Patterson et al., 1989) • Peer relationships as moderators (Criss et al., 2002) 1. Peers influence what goes on in the family Parenting Peer Relationships Antisocial Behavior Social Skills...
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2011 for the course HDFS 2113 taught by Professor Criss during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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