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14 Cards in this Set

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Reciprocal determinism

Bandura's model in which personal, behavioral, and environmental factors interact to influence personality development

Psychological self

an understanding of one's stable, internal traits


a stable pattern of responding to situations


belief in ones capacity to cause an intended event to occur or to perform a task

Social comparisons

conclusions drawn about the self based on comparisons to others

Self esteem

A global evaluation of one's own worth

Moral realism stage

the first of Piaget's stages of moral development, in which children believe rules are inflexible

Moral relativism stage

the second of Piaget's stages of moral development, in which children understand that many rules can be changed through social agreement


children's ability to conform to parental standards of behavior without direct supervision

Relational aggression

aggression aimed at damaging another person's self esteem or peer relationships, such as by ostracism or threats of ostracism, cruel gossip, or facial expressions of disdain

Retaliatory aggression

aggression to get back at someone who has hurt you


a complex form of aggression in which a bully routinely aggresses against one or more habitual victims

Social status

an individual child's classification as popular, rejected, or neglected

Conduct disorder

a psychological disorder in which children's social and/or academic functioning is impaired by patterns of antisocial behavior that include bullying, destruction of property, theft, decietfulness, and/or violation of social rules