Chapter 10 psychology

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Chapter 10 psychology
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  1. the fourth stage of Eriksons psychosocial stages, during which children develop a sense of their own competence through mastery of culturally defined learning tasks
    industry versus inferiority
  2. trait
    a stable pattern of responding to situations
  3. The big 5 dimensions of personality (COANE)
    • agreeableness
    • extraversion
    • conscientiousness
    • neuroticism
    • openess
  4. describe the trait for one who is active, assertive, enthusiastic
    extraversion
  5. describe the trait for these qualities:
    affectionate, forgiving, generous, kind, sympathetic and trusting
    agreeableness
  6. describe the trait for these qualities:
    efficient, organized, prudent, reliable, responsible
    conscientiousness
  7. describe the trait for these qualities:
    anxious, self-pitying, tense, touchy, unstable, worrying
    neuroticism
  8. temperament components of "extraversion"
    • high activity level
    • sociability
    • positive emotionality
    • talkativeness
  9. temperament components of "conscientousness"
    effortful control
  10. temperament components of "openness"
    • approach new situations and people
    • low inhibition
  11. temperament components of "neuroticism"
    • negative emotionality
    • irritability
  12. temperament components of "agreeableness"
    • positive emotionality
    • effortful control
  13. psychological self
    a person's understanding of his or her enduring psychological characteristics
  14. moral realism stage
    • the first stage of Piaget's moral developmentĀ 
    • children believe rules are inflexible
  15. Moral relativism stage
    • the second stage of Piaget's moral developmentĀ 
    • children understand that rules can be changed through social agreement

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