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Early Childhood Psychosocial Development Ch 10 Emotional Development 1. Emotional regulation ... 2. Erikson’s 3 rd developmental Stage is .... 3. Motivation a. Intrinsic vs. Extrinsi b. Most preschool children are intrinsically motivated c. Shame is used when a family’s _______________ is priority d. Emotional balance i. Externalizing problems… ii. Internalizing problems … Play 1. Play is universal_______________ 2. Playmates a. Young children play best with peers of the _______________ gender b. Peers provide practice for _______________ _______________, _______________, and _______________ _______________ 3. Mildred Parten (1932) identified 5 types of play 4. Active Play a. Children need active play to develop … b. Rough and tumble play … c. Drama and pretending… Challenges for Parents
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1. Parenting Style a. People differ on 4 dimensions …
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Unformatted text preview: b. Baumrind (1966) i. Authoritarian parents ii. Permissive parents iii. Neglectful parents iv. Authoritative parents c. Parenting Style and Outcomes d. Parenting Style and Self-Esteem e. Cultural Considerations Moral Development 1. _______________ – the ability to understand the emotions and concerns of another person 2. _______________ – dislike or hatred for another person, can lead to antisocial behavior 3. 4 types of aggression 4. Parental Discipline a. Physical punishment b. Psychological control c. Exclusion (time out) and conversation Becoming Boys and Girls 1. Sex differences 2. Gender differences 3. Theories of sex role development a. Freud b. Behaviorism c. Cognitive d. Gender and universal social order...
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