11-23_notes_of_child_psych

11-23_notes_of_child_psych - 11/23 III. how groups behave...

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11/23 III. how groups behave C. neglected 1. withdrawn, few friends 2. may be liked or disliked some have social skills, but quiet - others socially unskilled D. controversial 1. high pro-social and social-cognitive (not as high as pcp) 2. high aggression (directed and controlled) 3. school, good grades, often bad conduct E. average 1. average on most behaviors IV. stability and effects of social status A. Rejected ten to stay rejected unless gets strong intervention - Other groups less stable B. Rejected report more loneliness. More loneliness among non-aggressive rejected C. Short and long term effects better for rejected kids if have friend – even just 1 V. other factors (besides behaviors) that affect social status A. child’s name 1. kids with names rated unacceptable have lower status - unclear if names > lower social status or 3 rd factors: parents who give weird names , raise weird kids. 2. teacher study
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course DEP 3103 taught by Professor Lane during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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11-23_notes_of_child_psych - 11/23 III. how groups behave...

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