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Attatchment enduring emotional tie between primary caregiver and child
imprinting is the tendency of young animals to follow an animal to which they were exposed during a sensitive period
Secure Attachment Pattern Child welcomes mothers return and seeks closeness to her
Avoident Attachment Pattern Child ignores the mother
Ambivalent Attachment Pattern Child exhibits anger at the mother while seeking to be close to her
Disorganised Attachment Pattern Child may approach mother but gaze away, and may show odd motor behaviour and dazed facial expressions
Biological development of attachment styles Separation from the caregiver results in distress– The neurotransmitter norepinephrine is increased in infants during separation
Environmental developmenet of attachment style The sensitivity of the mother to her infant– Mother interacts with infant– Mother provides nurturance– Mother stimulates and encourages infant
self-concept refers to an organised view of ourselves or way of representing information about the self
Theory of Mind An implicit set of ideas about the existence of mental states (such as beliefs and feelings) in oneself and others, develops between the ages of 2 and 4
Gender Constancy Understanding that gender cannot be altered by changes in appearance or activities
Gender Stability Understanding that gender remains constant over time
Gender Identity Ability to characterise the self and others as male or female
Socialisation process by which we lean values, morals, beliefs, behaviours. affected and mediated by parenting styles
Uninvolved/neglectful parenting style Place their own needs above those of their child
Authoritarian parenting style Place a high value on obedience and respect for authority
Authoritative parenting style Enforce standards, but encourage verbal give-and-take
Permissive parenting style Impose minimal controls on their children
morality of contraint Children before the ages of 9-10 years conform to societal rules that are viewed as unchanging and unchangeable
morality of cooperation Older children and adults view rules as strategies for keeping social interactions safe, fair and comfortable.Rules can be changed with mutual consent
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