social development- preschool

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social development- preschool
2012-05-12 13:14:57
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final exam vocab
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  1. child's cognitive representation of self; self; i-self
  2. characteristics, emotions, & beliefs people have about themselves (self-concepts)
  3. conscious awareness that you are separate, unique
  4. how I feel about myself (emotional component)
  5. ability to control your own thoughts, behaviors;
    altering them in accordance with demands of a situation
  6. gender schema; how we organize male and female
    gender development
  7. refers to thoughts, feelings, and behaviors regarding rules and regulations about what people should do in interactions with other people
    moral development
  8. one of Piaget's 2 stages of moral development; 4-7 years; justice and rules conceived as unchangeable properties of the world, removed from control of people
    heteronomous morality
  9. one of Piaget's 2 stages of moral development; about 10 years of age and older; child becomes aware that rules and laws are created by people and one should consider actor’s intentions as well as consequences
    autonomous morality
  10. Pre-conventional, Conventional, & Post-conventional stages
    Kohlberg's 3 stages of moral devellopment
  11. obedience & punishment orientation; self-interest orientation
    Pre-conventional stage
  12. interpersonal accord and conformity; authority and scail order maintaining orientation
    conventional stage
  13. social contract orientation; universal ethical principles
    post-conventional stage
  14. play in which there is pleasure in sensorimotor skills
    sensorimotor/practice play
  15. play that is dramatic in nature
    pretense/symbolic play
  16. play that involves social interaction with peers; work of preschoolers; acquire skills of initiating and maintaining friendly interactions with peers; affected by maturity levels
    social play
  17. play that involves self-regulated creation or construction of product or solution
    constructuve play
  18. play that involves rules and is more competitive in nature than at preschool
    games with rule
  19. child plays alone
    solitary play
  20. child watches other children play
    onlooker play
  21. plays with similar toys in similar ways but does not interact with others
    parallel play
  22. children interact, include sharing materials, but do not seem to be playing the same thing
    associative play
  23. children play together; help create or elaborate games and take turns
    cooperative play
  24. dimensions of parenting
    support, control, communication, maturity on demand
  25. three styles of parenting
    authoritative, authoritarian, permissive
  26. factors that influence parenting
    developmental history of parent, marital relationship, work relationship, social networks, child characteristics