HBSE 16 - Economic Social status Intrinsic Motivation Sense...

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Development in context Separate from family of origin Establish own life goals Intimate relationships rise to the forefront Commitment as the merging of two family systems More couples living together; delaying marriage Attachment style plays a role Erikson: Intimacy vs. Isolation parenting Requires adaptation Is a significant stressor May delay childbearing Remaining child-free Infertility More options Babies born through alternative methods show no differences work Extrinsic motivation
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Unformatted text preview: Economic Social status Intrinsic Motivation Sense of personal identity Balancing work and family life Most families are dual-earner Childcare issues Workplace is often not ‘family friendly’ Substance abuse Binge drinking Impact on developmental tasks Can be multi-generational Affect relationships, work, parenting Treatment CBT Successful treatment at this stage can have life-long effects...
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course SOCWRK 1015 taught by Professor Rachelfusco during the Fall '11 term at Pittsburgh.

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