Slow to warm up temperament 15 In the middle Goodness of fit Right kind of

Slow to warm up temperament 15 in the middle goodness

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Slow to warm up temperament (15%): In the middle
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Goodness of fit: Right kind of parents that figure out how to gradually expose you in different steps. Parents encouraging kid to do things on their own so they become successful Self-Esteem: Kids develop sense of their own wealth. Most kids evaluate themselves in different areas. Over time, kids get increasingly more accurate in their self esteem/self evaluation. Most unstable during adolescence Ideal self: “You should be like/do this/that”. Moratorium status: Free of responsibilities Identity achievement status: Better sense of direction. A gap year in school. Influencing factors: Cognitive, parents, social experiences, broader cultural context, social context Negative identity: Stability of individual differences perspective Stability of mean levels: When you compare groups in time, there are changes???? Emotionality: Distress in response to pain, Disgust, contentment, angry, sadness, fear. Argument is that these are biologically programmed. Secondary emotions: Self consciousness, shame, guilt. Argument is that these are secondary because they don’t appear until you know who you are. Social referencing: Learning from grownups on how to respond Display rules: TEST 1st page Where does language come from. Reinforcement Difference young/old Cattell/spearmen/thomas Creativity Age IQ changes Temperaments Emotional learning Priming experiment Size constancy Habituation Disequilibrium When concrete/abstract reasoning occurs
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Susan harter self esteem How compute iq binet Reliability Referential style of learning over/under extenstion Telegraphic speech Gardner theory of intelligences +more Habituation is a form of non-associative learning in which an innate response to a stimulus decreases after repeated or prolonged presentations of that stimulus. Responses that habituate include those that involve the intact organism or those that involve only components of the organism
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