CH13 moral development PSYC 2076

CH13 moral development PSYC 2076 - Chapter Thirteen Moral...

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Chapter Thirteen Moral Development Early moral development: A psychosocial view The moral emotions Shame, guilt and empathy KNOW THESE EMOTIONS (? – WHICH OF THESE IS NOT A MORAL EMOTION) Prosocial behavior – EMOTIONS OR BEHAVIORS WHICH ARE INTENDED TO HELP OR AID ANOTHER INDIVIDUAL Erikson: Moral emotions as behavioral constraints HOW TO CONTROL YOURSELF IN CERTAIN SITUATIONS Emotional relationships with caregivers ACTUALLY FROM CHAPTER 10 Erikson: Developing trust Basic trust vs. mistrust (0-1 YRS) “Can the world be relied on?” Virtue of “hope” AUTONOMY VS. SHAME AND DOUBT (1-3 YRS) o AUTONOMY – LEARNING TO BE INDEPENDENT AND DO THINGS ON OUR OWN o POTTY TRAINING, EAT, WALK, TALK ON OUR OWN INITIATIVE VS GUILT (3-5 YRS) o PRESCHOOL A MORE SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL ENVIRONMENT INITIATING THINGS o IF THEY DON’T INITIATE, THEY FEEL GUILTY o NOT WORRIED ABOUT THE PRODUCT, JUST THAT THEY’RE DOING IT INDUSTRY VS INFERIORITY (6-11, MIDDLE CHILDHOOD)
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