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Psychology in Action

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grandparents, and other caretakers. In studying attachment, researchers are often divided along that now familiar line of nature versus nurture. Ainsworth found that the following levels of attachment: Instructor’s Resource Guide                               Chapter 9                                            Page  19                             
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securely attached, avoidant, or anxious/ambivalent affect long-term behaviors. And, although early attachment experiences may predict the future, they do not determine it. B. Parenting Styles – Three different methods of child rearing (Baumrind 1980, 1995) are presented and evaluated: (1)Authoritarian, (2) Permissive, and (3) Authoritative. Research Highlight: Romantic Love and Attachment - Using the levels of attachment, researchers have studied the relationship between an infant’s attachment `to a parent figure and discovered parallels in an adult’s love for a romantic partner. Student’s are given an opportunity to explore their romantic attachment style in a Try This Yourself. Critical Thinking/Active Learning – The Development of “Suicide Bombers”- This activity provides students with an opportunity to reflect on the psychology of suicide bombers, myths regarding their stability, and the sociocultural reinforcements that strengthen the appeal. Then, apply what they have learned to Piaget’s four stages of cognitive development, attachment, and Baumrind’s parenting styles. Instructor’s Resource Guide                               Chapter 9                                            Page  20                             
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T eaching R esources SECTION I - STUDYING DEVELOPMENT Learning Objectives #’s 1 – 4 Lecture Lead-Ins #’s 1, 2 Discussion Questions #’s 2, 3 Active Learning Activities # 9.2 Brain-Based Activity #'s 9.1 – 9.3 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity # 9.1 Writing Project #9.1 SECTION II - PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT Learning Objectives #’s 5-9 Lecture Lead-Ins #’s 2, 3, 4 Discussion Questions #’s 1,3 Active Learning Activities #’s 9.1, 9.2 Brain-Based Activity #'s 9.1, 9.3 Critical Thinking Exercise # 9.4 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity #9.1 Writing Project # 9.1 SECTION III – COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT Learning Objectives #’s 10-13 Lecture Lead-Ins #’s 1, 2, & 5 Discussion Question # 3 Active Learning Activities #’s 9.2, 9.5 – 9.9 Brain-Based Learning # p.4 Critical Thinking Exercise # 9.1 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity # 9.1 Writing Project # 9.1 SECTION IV- SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Learning Objectives #’s 14-15 Discussion Question # 4 Active Learning # 9.2 Brain-Based Learning #’s 9.2 – 9.4 Instructor’s Resource Guide                               Chapter 9                                            Page  21                             
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L ecture L ead- I ns 1. Ask for a show of hands from students who saw the movie "Nell."
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