EDED 3303 CONCEPTS

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  1. Psychodynamic approach to personality
  2. Freudian Psychoanalytic theory: id, ego, and
    superego
  3. Five factors that describe basic personality
  4. Environmental and genetic influence of personality development
  5. Piaget’s 3 stages to moral development: heteronomous, incipient, autonomous
  6. Kohlberg’s 3 levels of moral development: preconventional, conventional, and
    postconventional
  7. Gilligan’s Moral Development in Girls: individual survival, self-sacrifice, morality of
    nonviolence
  8. Bandura’s import of models: reinforcement and abstract modeling
  9. Multifaceted approach to understanding self during adolescence
  10. The hypothetical standards adolescents use to compare themselves: upward and
    downward
  11. Erikson’s psychosocial development of identity during adolescence
  12. Various roles that adolescents may “try on” and the impact of self-exploration
  13. Psychological
    moratorium as it relates to adolescent development
  14. Macia’s
    crisis versus commitment theory on identity development
  15. Two
    cultural approaches to identity development
  16. Importance
    of self-esteem and consequences of high and low self-esteem
  17. Three
    domains and cycles of self-esteem
  18. Functions
    of adolescent’s emotional development and import
  19. Cultural
    differences in adolescent emotional development
  20. The impact of the generation gap on
    adolescents
  21. Factors
    that increase adolescents conflict with parents
  22. Autonomy
    and development during adolescents: emotional, behavioral, and attitudinal and
    value
  23. Attachment
    patterns in adolescents
  24. Types
    of parental discipline styles and impact on adolescents:
  25. authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, uninvolved
  26. The
    diverse types of family arrangements

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