Psychology test 3

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  1. Person's evaluation of his/herself
    Self-concept
  2. How children rank themselves compared to others
    (Self-Worth)
    Self-Esteem
  3. Measure of children's level of self-esteem; related to schoolastic competence, peer popularity, physical appearance, and behavior
    Competence
  4. 5 Components of Self Evaluation
    • 1. schoolastic competence
    • 2. Athletic competence
    • 3. Peer Popularity
    • 4. Physical appearance
    • 5. Behavior
  5. Self-restraint exercised over impulses, emotions, and desires.
    Self-Control
  6. A child's lack of ability to delay gratification, or self-control
    Impulsivity
  7. cruel, bossy person who has aggressive reaction patterns and considerable physical strength
    Bully
  8. youngsters who are similar in age to one another. usually 12 months apart.
    Peers
  9. Throughout the years, the interactions involving peers increases dramatically to about ___% of all social interactions.
    30%
  10. 3 + 1 Aspects of a relationship
    • 1. Individual
    • 2. Interactions
    • 3. Relationships
    • 4. Groups
  11. Aspect of relationship:
    Each child brings a unique blend of skills and temperament to any relationship, which structures the type and quality of interactions between partners.
    Individual
  12. Aspect of relationship:
    These vary with the particular social situation and the characteristics of the partners.
    Interactions
  13. Aspect of relationship:
    is influenced by, once again, the characteristics of the children involved, as well as past and anticipated interactions
    Relationships
  14. Aspect of relationship:
    Through shared beliefs, help define the type and the range of relationships and interactions.
    Groups
  15. hostile or destructive behavior directed at another person
    Aggression
  16. Nonfamilial relationship that offers feelings of warmth and support
    Friend
  17. the idea that children's views on how to relate to others emerge from thier personal theories about the traits of others
    Social perspective taking
  18. effect of school on children 1
    children are more likely to show good behavior and good scholastic achievement if they attend some schools rather than others.
  19. effect of shool on children 2
    Differences between the schools are not due o the size or age of the buildings or the space available.
  20. importance of school 3
    Differences between the schools are due to a school's emphasis on academic success, teacher expectations of student success, time-on-task, skillful use of rewards and punishment.
  21. Children who sustain some type of physiological trauma yet remain on a normal developmental path
    resilient children
  22. Love of ones self. Stage at which the child becomes aware of secual pleasure and consciously experiments with masturbation
    Autosexuality
  23. Love of members of one's own sex.
    Homosexuality
  24. Love of members of the opposite sex.
    Herterosexuality
  25. If the child's first sexual feelings about the parent of the opposite sex are strongly punished, the child may develop a permanent homosexual orientation.
    Psychoanalytic theory of Homosexuality
  26. Belief that homosexualtiy is the result of learned experiences from significant others
    Learning Theory of Homosexuality
  27. Theory that some factor in a person's DNA affects temperament, which affects sexual orientation.
    Biopsychosocial Theory of Homosexuality
  28. What % of 15-19 year olds had sex?
    50%
  29. What has caused the decrease in the rate of sexually active teans?
    The growing concern of aids and other sti's
  30. Needs such as hunger and sleep, when they are unsatisfied, dominate our lives. unless they are satisfied everything else recedes.
    Physiological needs
  31. Children who are free from fear and anxiet, both physical and psychological, usually are highly motivated.
    Safety Needs
  32. Feelings of Being alone, not being part of a group, or not having any sense of belongingness raise real threats to a child's self-esteem.
    Love and Belongingness Needs
  33. The opinions of others and a child's own self-judgement act to produce a sense of self-esteem, which, if positive, leads to a continuous desire to excel.
    Esteem Needs
  34. The tendancey, regardless of the satisfaction of other needs, to feel restless unless we sre doing what we think we are capable of doing.
    Need For Self Actualization
  35. Groups known for certain, values, attitudes, or activities
    Crowds
  36. Affiliation with a group of one's close friends
    Clique
  37. How many Hours of TV a week affects academics?
    30 Hours
  38. What % of peer relationships make up social interactions for M.C.?
    30%

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