HDFS Ch. 8
- The Ohio State University
- Human Development And Family Science
- Human Development And Family Science 364
- HDFS Ch. 8
Last Modified: 2011-07-18
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- Emotional Self-Regulation
- Self-Conscious Emotions
- Children learn to regulate their own emotions.
- Temperament affects emotional self-regulation.
- A form of inhibiting feelings
- As self-concepts become better developed
- Amplified by parents who label worth of child with performance
- Important motivator of prosocial or altruistic behavior - benefits another person without expected reward
- Sympathy - feelings of concern or sorrow for another's plight
- Most successful
- Involves high acceptance and involvement
- Adaptive control
- Warm, attentive, and sensitive
- High in coercive control
- Low in acceptance
- Low in autonomy granting.
- Cold, rejecting. They yell, command, criticize, and threaten.
- Children are anxious, unhappy, and have low self-esteem/reliance
- Psychological control - love based on compliance
- Warm and accepting, yet uninvolved.
- Overindulging or inattentive
- Little control of child's behavior
- Children are impulsive, disobedient, and rebellious
- Combines low acceptance and involvement with little control and general indifferent.
- Often depressed, have little time or energy for children.
- Can be neglect in extreme cases
- Children display poor emotional self-regulation, school achievement, and antisocial behavior
- Young children have a new sense of purposefulness
- Initiative - children try out meaningful roles, cooperate to achieve common goals. This leads to their self-image
- Guilt - caused by threatening, criticizing, and punishing by adults
- An image of oneself as relatively masculine or feminine in characteristics.
- Can be tested using a test on personality traits
- Instrumental aggression - towards an object, privilege, or space
- Hostile Agressions:
- Physical - Harms others through physical injury.
- Verbal - harms others through threats, name-calling, teasing
- Relational - damages another's peer relationships
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