Lecture 6_Bb_Part II_ch 3 theories

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Reminders/Announcements Revised syllabus will be posted by next class (Tues, Jan 31), with these changes: Quiz 1 available Tues, Jan 31 (on Ch4 and Basow & Rubin) i<clicker must be registered by Feb 7 (bumped 1 wk) Bring hardcopy of Opening Survey even if emailed it Information to do the Advertising Study (worth 3 points) will be posted this weekend, available for 1 week Talk about: Quizzes - the process, view on cooperative learning Office Hrs—by appt.
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Theories of Gender Typing from Ch 3 from Ch 3 from Ch 3
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Theories of Gender Typing Chapter 3, pp 68-76, Table 3.2 Gender typing acquisition of traits, behaviors, roles generally associated with one’s gender Theories propose different processes in the learning of gender Psychoanalytic theory Social learning theory Social cognitive theory Cognitive-developmental theory Gender-Schema theory
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Psychoanalytic Theory 3 stages: 1) Oral; 2)Anal; 3)Phallic Phallic –3-6 yrs of age
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