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3 dimensions of self-concept during middle childhood/adolescence
sense of belinging, worth, competence
pervasive attitude of personal worthlessness
sense of inferiority
____ is a more complex idea of self-worth
sense of industry
authoritative parenting effects
generates competence/self-relience while deterring problem behaviors
authoritarian parenting effects
more dependent/passive youth
authoritarian-directive parenting effects
less competent children
nonauthoritarian-directive parenting effects
conforming/dependent children
democratic parenting effects
competent children
unngaged parenting effects
immature, incompetent children
good enough parenting effects
children average in competence
neglectful/unengaged parenting effects
lots of psychological distress and acting out
punitive discipline associated with...
more aggressive behavior by children
love withdrawal associated with...
anxiety over loss of love
power assertion associated with...
fear and resentment
love withdrawal
withholding attention and affection
power assertion
use of superior power to control child
induction
explaining why a behavior is wrong and how it hurts others
Conflicts with EAs most often end because...
EA’s follow parents’ wishes
In only 18% of conflicts _________, and _______ settle just 13% of conflicts.
do parents follow children's requests, joint discussion and decisions
lower incidence of substance abuse associated with _____ parenting
authoritative
pal model
extension of permissiveness
martyr model
Based on raising children by guilt.
athletic coach model
using encouragement as the prime way to motivate children.
teacher-counselor
Places considerable responsibility on adults to develop children’s potential.
demanding/critical parent model
Overly critical of limitations/failures
neglected kids
neglected by peers- quiet, good students
controversial kids
class clowns, bullies, rebels
rejected kids
highest social risk- teased, etc
____ have more unsupervised peer contact
boys
____ are monitored less
girls
teens are more likely to delay sex when...
parents express/explain disapproval
Adolescents profit from relatively less ______ control and relatively more _____ control
psychological, behavioral
From ages ___ to ___, boys and girls have about the same average height, weight, and general body configuration
5, 10
For girls, pubertal changes occur from about age ___ to age ____
8, 17
For boys, pubertal changes occur from about age ___ to age ____
11, 20
3 things that predict early female puberty
mothers with mood disorders, more family stress, absent fathers
____ maturing girls and _____ maturing boys are advantaged
late, early
____% of 14-year-olds reported feelings of being looked at, laughed at, or talked about
25
A belief held by many adolescents telling them that they are special and unique, so much so that none of life's difficulties or problems will affect them regardless of their behavior
personal fable
_____% of teens report low to medium stress
66
when beeped at random times, 27% of early teens reported being ____
bored
peak of depressed mood
17-18
a distinct self that is the real inner me
sense of identity
Commitment to identity without exploration
identity foreclosure
Identity exploration without commitment
moratorium
identity diffusion
Make no identity choices
EAs rank ____ as one of their biggest problems
siblings
type of parenting: accepting, responding, maintaining reasonable limits
authoritative
older children are less likely to live at home if they live in a ______ family
nontraditional
older children are less likely to live at home if they have a _________
stepfamily
older children are less likely to live at home if they leave to __________
cohabitate
2 factors impacting parent and older child satisfaction
level of conflict and social interaction
reservoir grandparents
passes on legends , folklore of the family