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Unit 3


Nature vs Nurture Nature: personality similarities between children and parents. Nurture: explains the impact of environment, this is good at explaining different cultures.
Heredity the transmission of genetic characteristics from a parent to a child.
Birth order affects our personalities are shaped by siblings and the order in which we are born.
Feral children children that are isolated in their homes, they have disabilities.
John Locke "Tabulla Rasa" each person is a "blank state". During birth we have no personality, we develop our personality through our social experiences.
Charles Horton Cooley "Looking Glass Self" children develop an image of themselves based on how others see them.
George Herbert Meade "Role Taking" people not only come to see themselves as others see them, they take on or pretend to take the roles of others.
Four Agents of Socialization family, school, peer group, and mass media
The "Blurring" of adolescence adults act younger and children forced to "grow" up quickly.
Puberty and the Endocrine system the brain produce chemicals (hermones) and growth "spurts".
Complexion issues studies show nearly all young people experience aene. 40% of adolescence have aene.
Pre-Frontal Cortex development our brains don't fully development until our early 20's, this controls our decision making and emotions.
Undefined status some adults treat adolescents as an adult or child
Created by: Mr.Maurice



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