IUPUI PSY PSY 310 - 9.28.17_lecture (4 pages)

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Psy Psy 310 - Psychology
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I II Three Dimensions of Good Parenting a Warmth nurturing touch words environment i Responsiveness ii Praise iii Express emotions to around 1 I love you affection 2 insulate from tough adult stuff not taking things out on the kids and do not involve them in adult conversations iv High best the more the better 1 Secure attachments 2 Better social adjustment 3 Fewer discipline problems b Behavior Control Rules and consequences i Good control is Medium child feels safe becomes moral 1 Confrontive Control change behavior not child 2 Age approp high expectations a Enforce rules for appropriate age 3 Avoiding conflict situations redirection 4 Consistently enforced rules for important things i e safety 5 Time outs are Good Control if done right a Takes longer but work better 6 Results of good control a Independent thinking from direct instruction moral behind the rule b Better compliance and behavior ii Bad control child feels scared resentful 1 Low control few rules punishments 2 High controls too much a High behavioral control b Psychological Coercive Control c Power assertive discipline i Do it because I control you ii Physical punishment alone 3 Spanking is bad Control a Child doesn t learn why the moral so becomes sneaky goodness is external i Illusion of immediate effect b Child learns to use force to control others Bandura Social Learning Theory c Involvement see text i Time with and knowledge of child ii High best 1 Positive correlation with High Warmth and Medium Control Types of Parents Baumrind Maccoby III IV a Authoritative i High warmth Medium Control 1 Encourages age approp independence 2 Dialogue about rules BUT parent has final say ii BEST outcomes 1 Good relationships 2 Happier higher self esteem 3 Better behavior b Authoritarian i Low warmth high control 1 Value order obedience to authority c Indulgent or Permissive i High warmth low control 1 Not many rules if rules are broken no consequences 2 Friend to child not parent to child ii Bad outcome impulsive d Indifferent Uninvolved i Low warmth Low in control ii WORST outcomes 1 Aggressive problems in school 2 Substance abuse crime e BLOG how do tiger free range and helicopter parents relate to these four types Friends at all ages a Similar become more similar b Climate of agreement do nice things for our friends friends don t fight agee to disagree c Proximity i Most likely to become friends with the people we interact with frequently and that are close to us i e neighborhood school church sports teams d Stability i School age one close friend loneliness low level ii Stability decreases if proximity is decreases iii Stability can also decline in transitional times i e elementary middle high college Friends in Adolescence Adulthood a Psychological Intimacy self disclosure i e sharing secrets fears goals i Teens higher self esteem better social skills if have a friend like this ii Risks 1 Betrayal of confidence 2 Friends might leave hard to replace In Class Assignment F 1 Come up with two causes for each of the following examples of bad parenting a parents who love their kids don t express it The parents who love their children but don t express might be attributed from being surrounded by stress and not really having the time to express love or that because they have never been shown love so they don t know how to express their love for their children b parents don t have rules or enforce the rules Parents who don t have rules or enforce rules could be because they have a need to be accepted and that the one place they can ensure that someone accepts them is being the cool parent or their child s friend rather than their parent c parents emphasize obedience instead of age appropriate independent thinking Parents who emphasize obedience instead of age appropriate independent thinking could be that they always feel the need to have control over something whether at home or at work and they know that the one thing they can have control over is their kids because their kids are looking to them for life advice and direction They also do this so that they can live vicariously through their child if their adolescence lacked something they wished it didn t lack If a parent can make a child obedient rather than allowing the child to develop some independence then they will be able to sway the child to do the things they want them to do as they get older like what college or job to have because if the kid goes against their parent the parent implies that they will be disappointed in them 2 How would being in Piaget s Formal Operations stage help adolescents include psychological intimacy in their friendships In the Formal Operations stage of Piaget s Developmental Stages this is where adolescents are able to think more logically and hypothetically So even though they aren t sure how their friend is going to react or if they will reciprocate the same feeling i e not judging them when the information is shared they share anyway relying on the basic logic abilities of the Concrete Operational Stage and their previous experience especially if their friend has shared something similar


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