I'm not sure what the dates should be but here are the notes from the past few classes in reverse order, that is the newest are first. I hope to have something up for this week's classes, but my first priority is to get the practice quiz done... Unfortunately I have 2 big projects due on Wednesday, so I don't see much happening until those are turned in. See you in class on Tues!
Parten (1932): Types of Play
Unoccupied – rare at all ages
Solitary Play– decreases with age but remains important
Onlooker Play– rare at all ages
Parallel Play – decreases with age
More common with age
Good Play?Play Good.
Meaning for Children
Peers Impact on Development
Peers:social activities and tastes
Parents:educational/Vocational plans & values
Relationships and Development
John Bowlby (1969, 1973, 1980, 1988)
Mary Ainsworth (1989)
Theory: combination of Ethnological theory (focus on species wide behavior) and psychoanalytic theory.
Attachment: Strong affectional tie that binds a person to an intimate companion.
Throughout the life span, the objects of our attachments are special irreplaceable people with whom we are motivated to maintain proximity and from whom we derive a sense of security. (Ainsworth, 1989)
Caregiver’s Attachment to Infant
Phases of Attachment Development
Types of Attachment
Influences on the Quality of Early Attachments
Early Attachment and Later Development
Effects of Social Deprivation
Def: Thinking about the perceptions, thoughts, emotions, motives and behaviors of the self and other people
Theory of Mind
Perspectives on Moral Development
Moral Affect: Psychoanalytic Theory
Moral Reasoning: Cognitive-developmental theory
Raising a Moral Child
Factors that Promote Moral Growth
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