An organized combination of attributes, motives, values, and
Patterns of traits
Unique to each individual
Consistent across situations and time
What am I?
Self Esteem: Evaluation
Am I good or bad?
1. Which is an example of microsystem? Family
2. Which is an example of macrosystem? Economics
3. What does it mean to say that socialization is reciprocal?
Both influence and influenced by what socializes us
4. Example of mesosystem: Childr
Other research with non-human species:
o Konrad Lorenz & Imprinting
Hatched ducks and since Konrad was the first thing he saw, they
attached to him
o Harry Harlow & Surrogate Mothers
Wire monkey and soft monkey, monk
Social Learning Theory/
Albert Bandura & Social Cognitive Theory
How do individuals acquire societys norms of thought and actions?
o Born with:
Innate reflexes and tendencies
Potential for learning new behaviors
Able to imitate
The 5 Ws of Socialization:
What, why, where, who, when and how?
WHAT: what is socialization?
The process of interacting with others, becoming accustom to norms and values of a
Process by which individuals acquire the knowledge, skills,
Stress-primary-assessment of an event to determine whether its implications are positive, negative, or neutral; Secondary appraisalassessment of whether the coping abilities & resources on hand are adequate (can I handle it); varies how a person perceives
Article and Study Information
"Must One Risk Madness to Achieve Genius?"
Published on January 9, 2012 by Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D. in
EDHD320 Lecture 2
Scientific Method Basics
The Scientific Method has long been
discussed in class; many of you are
probably quite familiar with it. That being
said, it wont hurt to review the essentials
to ensure everyone has the clearest