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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- reactive aggressors
- what are the three components of morality?
- no problem trajectory
- what is Piaget's premoral stage of moral development?
- what is the cognitive developmental (Eisenberg) theory of altruism?
- a cognitive development contributes to reasoning about prosocial issues, children's judgements about the worth of prosocial acts change with age.
- b affective component, cognitive component, and behavioral component
- c aggression is relatively low over childhood
- d when harmed under any circumstances they quickly attribute hostile intent to the harm does, search for cues that make act seem intentional, and retaliate wuickly without considering other solutions to the problem
- e when 0-5 year olds show little respect for rules
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- anger management and role taking experiences and problem solving techniques
- greater verbal ability, computational skills, less active and aggressive, less physically vulnerable, more compliant, more emotionally expressive
- aggression results from people enccoding and interpreting environmental cues, formulating a goal, and encoding a response
- when 5-10 year olds view rules from authority figures as a sacred and unalterable. They feel that immanent justice is the form of punishment one deserves if they break a rule
- premoral period, heteronomous morality, and autonomous morality
5 True/False Questions
a child has high cognitive and social competancies and high academics. Which parenting style did he likely receive? → permissive parenting
what is the social learning (Bandura) theory of altruism? → altruism is rewarding because it makes people feel good, when people see altruism modeled they are more likely to become altruistic
late onset trajectory → aggression is relatively low over childhood
how do parents indirectly influence their children? → by wheree they choose to live, and choosing to be a "booking agent"
what are some strengths and weaknesses of sesame street? → children are provided with security and social support, the growth of social problem solving skills and ability to compromise are promoted, a strong sense of worth and caring is fostered