Class Notes October 28

Class Notes October 28 - October 28, 2010 Social Gender and...

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October 28, 2010 Social Gender and Moral Development Social Deveolpmeny Infant Attachment o Infants are predisposed to pay attention to people and to get attention from people o Ainsworth’s strange situation to assess secure vs. insecure attachment Temperament o Infants’ behavior can differ at birth o Early temperament predicts behavior later in life o Temparaments can elicit certain parent behaviors Parenting Styles o Indulgent o Neglectful o Authoritarian o Authoritative Development of personal identity o Children give mostly positive evaluations of themselves Adolescence o Shifting roles: increased dependence on peers, decreased dependence on parents. o Romantic relationships o Majority of adolescents are happy, can cope with stress, enjoy school and work The Elderly o Old people who are active are happier o More selective in their social networks, preferring old friends
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o Cultures view the elderly differently Gender Development Gender Identity: experience self as male or female. Already in place by end of 1st year.
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