Mizzou PSYCH 2410 - Development of Peer Relationships (2 pages)

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Lecture number:
23
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Missouri
Course:
Psych 2410 - Developmental Psychology
Edition:
1

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PSYCH 2410 1st Edition Lecture 23 Outline of Moral Development I Piaget s Theory of Moral Judgment II Kohlberg s Theory of Moral Development Outline of Development of Peer Relationships I Development of Friendships II Peer Group Status Development of Peer Relationships I Development of Friendships Friendship intimate RECIPROCATED positive relationship between two people Beginning of friendships o 12 20 mos prefer certain playmates initiate interactions with certain playmates o touch smile engage in positive interactions with preferred peers o more likely to comfort preferred peer Developmental changes o Most aspects stay the same just become more sharply defined with age Better with communications more cooperation more conflict to resolve o Level and importance of intimacy does change o Ages 6 8 defined by amount of time spent together similar interests interesting toys o Ages 9 10 based on mutual liking closeness and loyalty sensitive to needs of others self disclosure o Adolescence context for self exploration source of intimacy and disclosure honest feedback Choosing friends proximity age gender similar interests and behaviors II Peer Group Status Popularity is important being rejected is devastating o Rejection can lead to problem behaviors and dropping out Sociometric status ranking of classmates o Popular many positive few negative o Rejected few positive many negative o Neglected few positive few negative o Average average positive average negative o Controversial many positive many negative Popular good social skills initiates interactions maintains positive relationships cooperative friendly sociable sensitive to others Neglected unnoticed by peers neither liked nor disliked less sociable more aggressive and disruptive interact less frequently with peers interact less frequently with peers not anxious about social interaction Controversial children liked by some peers disliked by others aggressive disruptive prone to anger cooperative sociable good at



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