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Theories Family BONUS: Peer and School Influences
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What is middle childhood?
Period of development between ages 6 and 12.
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What is the mother?
Typically the primary caregiver.
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What is opposite sex?
During middle childhood, contact with peers of the _____ is discouraged by peers.
200
What is social cognition?
The ability to see others' perspective.
200
What are parents?
Human influence with the greatest impact on middle childhood social and emotional development.
200
What are parents?
Schools and teachers are like _______ in terms of their influence on social and emotional development.
300
What is self-esteem?
Sense of value/worth that one gives to their self.
300
What is self-esteem?
Higher _____ is related to a child's closeness to their parents.
200
What is popularity?
This is affected by a child's appearance, success in sports or academics, birth order, and level of maturity.
400
What is the latency stage?
Freud's psychosexual stage that involves the repression of sexual impulses and development of skills.
400
What is a working mother?
This can foster independence in girls, increase opportunities for children, increase financial security, and lower family stress.
200
What are boys?
Gender that tends to be favored in the classroom.
500
What is industry versus inferiority?
Erikson's label for middle childhood, where children develop a sense of industry.
500
What is coregulation?
The gradual transfer of control from parent to child.
200
What is socioeconomic background?
Coming from a lower one of these may cause a child more difficulty in adjusting to school.




Middle Childhood - Social and Emotional Development

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