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Social Psychology 5th lecture

Social Psychology 5th lecture - Movie Seasons of Life...

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Movie: Seasons of Life: Infancy and Early Childhood Shared values from previous generations will shape newborns Family stories are very important. They combine to tell us how we feel  about nature and another things. They build a web of feeling and  framework. Some say temperament is genetic. Can determine temperament in first  week but not their story. Three Clocks o Biological Clock –  body’s way of determining time. Ticks throughout time.  Most important when young.  Same timetable for growing as rest of species. o Social Clock –  Tells when society expects us to do things.  As kids go to school, 20 marry and have family, 70 retire, 50’s  have peak in job life.  Social clock times change as generations change.  o Psychological Clock Development when recognize yourself in pictures Babies are born to react with parents. At 5 months babies trust any adult but changes soon. o Complete attachment by 8 months because they realize that  parents still exist when they don’t see them o They need attachment to survive Pause Movie
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Attachment o An emotional tie to a specific caring adult o
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