ECU CDFR 2001 - Emotional and Social Development (5 pages)

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Cdfr 2001 - Child Development II: Middle Childhood Through Young Adulthood
Child Development II: Middle Childhood Through Young Adulthood Documents

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Emotional and Social Development Erikson s Theory Industry vs Inferiority Industry Developing a sense of competence of useful skills and tasks School provides many opportunities Inferiority Pessimism and lack of confidence in own ability to do things well Family environment teachers and peers can contribute to negative feelings Self Concept More refined self concept Social comparisons Emphasizes competencies both negative and positive Cognitive development affects self concept Perspective taking Social and cultural development affect content of self concept Real self vs Ideal self Influences of Self Concept Cognitive Reasoning experiences behaviors Social Parental supports and peer social groups Culture Asian parents Harmonious interdependence Western parents Independence and self assertion Self Esteem Hierarchically structured Separate areas and general self esteem Drops first few years of school then rises Perceived physical appearance important factor Achievement Related Attributes Mastery Oriented Attribute success to ability Incremental view to ability Can improve by trying Focus on learning goals Learned Helplessness Attribute failure to ability Fixes view on ability Cannot be changed Focus on performance goals Preventing Learned Helplessness Select meaningful and diverse tasks Communicate warmth confidence in child s abilities value of achievement importance of effort in support Model high effort in overcoming failure Make evaluation private Offer small classes individual support Emotional Development Self conscious emotions Pride Guilt Shame Emotional understanding Explain using internal states Understand mixed emotions Emotional self regulation Motivated by self esteem and peer approval Emotional efficiency Coping with Stress Problem centered coping Use when situation is seen as changeable Identify the difficulty Decide what to do about it Emotion Centered Coping Used if problem centered coping does not work Situation is seen as unchangeable Internal and



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