Exam 2 Review
- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Educational Psychology
- Educational Psychology 321
- Exam 2 Review
Last Modified: 2011-07-02
1. Interpersonal distance
Best to be related, but autonomous.
Altered expectations and hidden violations can change outcomes.
Parents have a right to knowledge about prudential issues, but when they think a personal issue is in another domain it creates conflict.
2. Partial disclosure (most common)
3. Avoiding conversations
5. Keeping secrets
1. Hanging out
2. Messing around
3. Geeking out
2. Realschule (apprenticeship)
3. Haptschule (trade school)
Healthy development requires that environment can support abilities.
"Zone of proximal development." (Vigotsky)
3. Structuring opportunities
6. Peer pressure
How high status clique leaders retain their position, maintain group norms, build alliances and manage membership.
1. Sex cleavage
2. Clique leaders incite intermingling
3. Affirmed by parties
4. Breaks down into couples
1. Most popular
2. Brilliant student
1. Caricature (Newman and Newman)
2. Channel (Hollingshead)
3. Context (Coleman, Dunphy)
As it turns out, it's authoritative which results in individuals high in achievement, engagement and self-confidence while low in deviance.
This does not necessarily follow in Asian and African American contexts.
1. Closeness to parents declines
2. Feelings of autonomy rose
3. Male acceptance of parents decreased
4. Female dislike of mother increased
Peer influence is strongest for day to day and social issues, whereas parental influence is stronger over more difficult or long term decisions.
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