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InfantChildClass 4.25

InfantChildClass 4.25 - Self-Esteem Self-Esteem...

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Self-Esteem
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Self-Esteem Characteristics of: 1. 2. 3.
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Sample Items from Susan Harter’s Self- Perception Profile for Children
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Gender Differences in Adolescents’ Concerns
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Factors Contributing to Children’s Self-Esteem
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Development of Self-Esteem Involves the interaction of: a) b) c) Heredity contributes to self-esteem:
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Development of Self-Esteem Children begin to become concerned about winning their parents’ love and approval at about age 2 Parents who tend to be accepting Parents who reject their children
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Development of Self-Esteem Over the course of childhood: During adolescence: What about other cultures?
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Peer Relationships
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Peers Characteristics of: a) b) c)
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Friendships Early Peer Interactions Developmental Changes Functions of Friendships Effects of Friendships Choice of Friends Culture and Peer Experience
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Friendships Characteristics of: a) b)
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Early Peer Interactions Some researchers have argued that children can have friends by or before age 2 12- to 18-month-olds: 20-month-olds:
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Early Peer Interactions 2-years-olds: a) b) 6- to 8-years-old:
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Strategies Chosen by Schoolchildren When a Peer Says Something Mean to, or About, Them
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Early Peer Interactions Early school years and adolescence: Adolescents:
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Functions of Friendships a) b) c) reciprocated best friendship-
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Age Trends in Reports of Self-Disclosure to Parents and Peers
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Effects of Friendships a) b) c)
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Choice of Friends P reschoolers a) b) c) d) Dominance heirarchy:
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