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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 Chapter 13 Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 Children’s self-esteem tends to rise in middle childhood. Parents who are in conflict should stay together “for the sake of the children.” Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development Truth or Fiction?
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 The daughters of employed women are more achievement- oriented and set themselves higher career goals than the daughters of unemployed women. In middle childhood, popular children tend to be attractive and relatively mature for their age. Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development Truth or Fiction?
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 Teachers who have higher expectations of students may elicit greater achievements from them. Teachers are more likely to accept calling out in class from boys than girls. Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development Truth or Fiction?
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 Some children—like some adults—blame themselves for all the problems in their lives whether they deserve the blame or not. It is better for children with school phobia to remain at home until the origins of the problem are uncovered and resolved. Middle Childhood: Social and Emotional Development Truth or Fiction?
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 Theories of Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 What Are Some Features of Social and Emotional Development in Middle Childhood? Psychoanalytic Theory Freud’s latency period Erikson’s industry versus inferiority Social Cognitive Theory Depend less on external rewards and punishments Increase regulation of their behavior Cognitive-Developmental Theory Decrease in egocentrism Capacity to see the perspective of others
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 What Is the Relationship Between Social Cognition and Perspective Taking? Social cognition Development of knowledge about the world Understanding relationship between self and others Children progress through five levels of perspective taking
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 Focus on external (appearance) to internal characteristics Social relationships and group memberships are significant How Does Self-Concept Develop in Middle Childhood?
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus Chapter 13 Lessons in Observation: The Self-Concept
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Childhood and Adolescence: Voyages in Development, Second Edition, Spencer A. Rathus
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