S10+Lecture+15+-+333+-+Peer+acceptance%2C+school+organization

S10+Lecture+15+-+333+-+Peer+acceptance%2C+school+organization

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Peers, School organization 15 – March 10 & 12, 2010
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Today Schools Purpose Structure & organization
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Popularity and Rejection Chief determinant of popularity during adolescence: Social skills Act appropriately in eyes of peers Meet needs of others Confident but not conceited Both boys and girls can be aggressive and popular at the same time (popular-antisocial)
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Aggression Instrumental vs. reactive aggression Boys are more physically aggressive than girls Girls engage in relational aggression (boys too, but girls more aware of it) Ruin a reputation Disrupt a friendship Exclude people Hostile attributional bias Plays central role in aggressive behavior of rejected adolescent
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Unpopularity Three types of unpopular adolescents Aggressive fights with other students, bullies others Withdrawn exceedingly shy, timid, and inhibited victims of bullying Aggressive-Withdrawn hostile, but nervous about initiating friendships Intervention
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