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S/E development in Early Childhood and Infancy and Toddlerhood

STUDY
PLAY
Erikson's psychosocial developmental theory
trust vs mistrust
autonomy vs shame and doubt
initiative vs guilt
industry vs inferiority
trust vs mistrust
"will my needs be met, or can I not count on others for care?" (0-1)
autonomy vs shame and doubt
gaining a sense of power and control to do things on your own (1-3)
initiative vs guilt
using the opportunity to execute autonomy in adult like situations (3-6)
why are early childhood children able to make peer relationships
ego-centrism dies down
prosocial behavior increases
explain first friendships in early childhood
mutual, voluntary relationships that have positive correlation w/ success in school and dealing with stress
cognitive play
functional
constructive
imaginative
functional play
simple repetitive actions
constructive play
use of ideas and objects symbollically
imaginative
use of ideas and objects as symbols
6 levels of social play by Parten
unoccupied
onlooker
independent
parallel
associative
cooperative
genetic utterances
"boys can't be princesses"
social learning theory
bandura
we understand typing through modeling and reinforcement
behavior comes before self-perception of gender
cognitive developmental theory
understanding come before behavior
understanding sex constancy
gender (sex) constancy
gender labeling
gender stability
gender consistency
gender schema theory
how we think gender should be (I'm a boy vs. I'm Billy)
boy=high schematic
billy=low schematic