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Review/Extension Human Development PSY 12000: Spring 2012 Purdue University Dr. Wesselmann 1 Studying Attachment Style Strange Situation paradigm with small children Types of Attachment Secure attachment (~60-70%) Protests caregiver's departure and is comforted on return, returning to exploration. Resistant attachment (~10%) –Acts ambivalently , by remaining near a caregiver but resisting affections –Deals poorly with strangers 3 Types of Attachment Avoidant attachment (~20-25%) Not concerned when caregiver leaves Not bothered by strangers Disorganized/Disoriented (~5-8%) No systematic attachment behavior 4
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Gender Identity Sex vs. Gender – Gender roles From birth, socialization begins!
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Unformatted text preview: Social Learning Theory (Bandura) At what age do children learn their sex? Ages 2-5 = know sex, but schemas malleable Age 5-6 = Gender Constancy 5 The Influence of Family Views Pre-school children of egalitarian parents Measured typical attitudes about sex/gender Men = Women, Boys Girls 6 Sensation and Perception PSY 12000: Spring 2012 Purdue University Dr. Wesselmann 7 Sensation vs. Perception 8 The Price of Constancies: Perceptual Illusions Incorrect interpretations of physical reality Example Assumptions Rooms are rectangular (Ames Room Illusion) 13 14 Ames Room Illusion 15...
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