S10+Lecture+20+–+333+-++Identity

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19 – Identity April 5 & 6, 2010
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Today Self-esteem differences by gender/ethnic group Identity development Erikson Marcia Ethnic & Gender identity
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Sex differences in self-esteem Sex differences in self-esteem
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Differences in Self-Esteem Gender differences in self-esteem (boys > girls) become smaller over course of adolescence more pronounced among white and Puerto Rican teens less pronounced among African-American teens Middle-class > lower SES have higher self-esteem than their less-affluent peers SES discrepancy grows larger over the course of adolescence African-American girls > white/Hispanic Do not feel as negative about appearance Have higher overall self-esteem Show less of a decline in self-esteem over adolescence
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Self-Esteem of American Adolescents African American (Self-Esteem Highest) White Adolescents Hispanic American Asian American Native American
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Antecedents and Consequences of High Self-Esteem Across all demographic groups,
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