Week 6 - Social Development - What Factors Influence Who We Become .docx

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Published on 22 Apr 2013
School
Queen's University
Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 100
Week 6 - Social Development - What Factors Influence Who We Become
Parenting Styles
Parents vary a lot on two main factors
Responsiveness being warm, loving, talking to your cards
Demandingness expectations of the children
Baumrind’s four different types of parenting
Authoritative (good), High Demandingness and High Responsiveness
best/most efficient style
communicate very clear limits and explains why
slowly removes limits and allow child to take their own life into their hands, aka
internal control
warm, responsive and loving
Authoritarian (bad), High Demandingness and Low Responsiveness
My way or the highway type parents
Also communicates limits but not as warm as Authoritative
Not warm as in demandingness follows with threats and punishments
Acts ‘good’ at home but tends to act out a lot outside of the home
Boys become very aggressive whereas girls become very anxious an withdrawn
Permissive Parenting Low Demandingness and High Responsiveness
Warm and loving but does not regulate themselves due to having no limits placed on
them
Rejecting-neglecting/Disengaged Low Demandingness and Low Responsiveness
Ignores the children and give them little to no limits
Parents who are mentally ill or stressed out and don’t have the attention to give the
children
More focused on themselves than the child
Authoritative parenting works the best
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Week 6 - social development - what factors influence who we become. Parents vary a lot on two main factors. Responsiveness being warm, loving, talking to your cards. Authoritative (good), high demandingness and high responsiveness. Best/most efficient style communicate very clear limits and explains why slowly removes limits and allow child to take their own life into their hands, aka internal control. Authoritarian (bad), high demandingness and low responsiveness. My way or the highway type parents. Also communicates limits but not as warm as authoritative. Not warm as in demandingness follows with threats and punishments. Acts good" at home but tends to act out a lot outside of the home. Boys become very aggressive whereas girls become very anxious an withdrawn. Permissive parenting low demandingness and high responsiveness. Warm and loving but does not regulate themselves due to having no limits placed on them. Rejecting-neglecting/disengaged low demandingness and low responsiveness. Ignores the children and give them little to no limits.

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