Exam 2: Educational Psychology

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demandingparent expects much of a childundemandingparent expects little of childsupportiveparent is accepting and child-centeredunsupportiveparent is rejecting and parent-centeredauthoritative (demanding and supportive)relationship is reciprocal; responsive; high in bidirectional communicationauthoritarian (demanding and unsupportive)relationship is controlling; power assertive; high in unidirectional communicationpermissive (undemanding and supportive)relationship is indulgent; low in control attemptsrejecting-neglecting (undemanding and unsupportive)relationship is rejecting or neglecting; uninvolvedpopularfrequently nominated as best friend and rarely disliked by peersneglectedinfrequently nominated as best friend; not disliked by peersrejectedseldom best friend; often actively disliked by peersaveragereceive both positive and negative peer nominationscontroversialfrequently best friend; often disliked by peersbiasa strong inclination of the mind or a preconceived opinion regarding something or someonestereotypea widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thingprejudicea rigid and irrational generalization about an entire category of people (generally negative)discriminationunequal treatment of, or actions towards particular categories of peopleJane Elliotdivided her class into blue eyes and brown eyes to teach her kids about discrimination.microassault"you throw like a girl"microinsult"you throw pretty well for a girl"microinvalidation"WNBA players make less money because they draw less crowds because of sexism"; "No, really, where are you from?"; "All lives matter"; "Hate the sin, not the sinner"stereotype threata girl catches a ball in gym class, feels the pressure to overcome the pressure of the expectation that she cannot throw well (she can), yet throws the ball short and left of her targetfinancialhaving the moneyemotionalself-regulationmentalability and skillsspiritualpurpose and guidancephysicalhealth and mobilitysupport systemsindividuals and institutionsrelationships/role modelsappropriate nurturing adultsknowledge of hidden rulesgroup norms