Lec 4 - EDPS 235 Personal and Social Development, Part II...

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EDPS 235 Personal and Social Development, Part II Prof. P.Y. Mantzicopoulos Important Reminders What to Read Next: Chatper 4: Intelligence. .. Your responses to the case on this unit are DUE What is Covered in this Lecture Socialization Friendships and Peer Groups Moral Development Socialization The process through which children learn society’s cultural values and norms Key socializing agents are: What are Friends for? The Functions of Friendships Peer Groups and Peer Pressure Peer groups become more visible and significant in adolescence (middle and secondary school). Costs and benefits: o Peers serve as models o Peers transmit cultural values o Peers actively reinforce the behaviors of other peers
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o Peers may demand conformity to the “wrong crowd” From Other-Control to Self-Control: Moral Reasoning and Prosocial Behaviors Moral Development
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