o Physical Abuse Scalding beating with an object severe physical punishment

O physical abuse scalding beating with an object

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o Physical Abuse: Scalding, beating with an object, severe physical punishment, slapping, punching, kicking o Psychological/emotional abuse: Rejecting, terrorizing, isolating, exploiting, mis-socializing o Child Neglect deficiencies in caregiver obligations such as: Educational, supervisory, shelter and safety, medical, physical, emotional needs, includes abandonment o Sexual: sexual acts, fondeling o poor emotion regulation, attachment problems, problems in peer relations, difficulty in adapting to school, and other psychological problems such as depression and delinquency during childhood and adolescence 6 Dual-career: When the heads of the family have a career as well as taking care of the family at home. 7 Divorce : a series of stressful experiences for the entire family that begins with marital difficulties before the divorce and includes a complex series of life changes as the marriage unravels and its members reorganize their lives. 8 Describe the stress level of caring for a toddler. o Stresses & strains of caring for a toddler MORE than for an infant 9 Older siblings tend to take what three roles in the lives of younger siblings? 625. 1. Emotional support 626. - Brothers and sisters confide in one another, often more than they confide in their parents. 627. - they protect and comfort one another in rough times. 628. 2. Caregiving Services 629. - they babysit and tend young children. 630. 3. Teachers 631. - Although older brothers and sisters are not always as skilled at teaching as parents are, they clearly feel a special responsibility to teach, and younger siblings actively seek their guidance on any number of things. 632. - provide social experience. 633. - Having at least one sibling to interact with has positive effects on a child's social cognitive development and social skill 1 Sibling relationships are described by two terms – what are they? Closeness and conflict (sibling rivalry) 2 Marriage happiness highs and lows. 634. -Satisfaction LOWS occur after first year, on becoming new parents, and with each additional child 635. - HIGHS before children and after empty nest 1 What is the empty nest syndrome ? o describes the family after the departure of the last child o a phase of the family life cycle that became common only starting in the 20th century as people began to live longer but have fewer children 2 What factors predict a better adjustment to parenting?
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636. -active participant 637. -nurturer 638. -teacher 639. -communicator 1 What is a ‘crowded nest’ – see also short article posted on Canvas. o Twenty something year olds moving back in with their parents(27% of adult children live with their parents) 640. 641. Achievement Ch. 10 1 Instincts o FAPs- fixed pattern throughout a species o “Unlearned” o Genetic, inherited o Examples: imprinting reflexes: rooting and sucking 2 Drives vs. incentives (know examples) , o Drives : internal, physiological needs that drive the organism to engage in behaviors which reduce the need (hunger, thirst, etc) o Incentives : are external positive or negative environmental stimuli, rewards and
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