Early Mid Review.doc

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Family Relations and Human Development
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FRHD 2270
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Robyn Pitman

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Early and Middle Childhood John Locke-Laid groundwork for theories. Believed in Tabula Rosa where children are born with no knowledge and gain knowledge through social experience. Jean-Jacques Rousseau-Maturation Theory-We are genetically predetermined and born with all the knowledge we need, have knowledge and laws and parents should not try to adjust behaviour. Continuous learning-Development is linear, lessons and skills build on old lessons and skills. E.g. friendly at 5, friendly at 25 Discontinuous-Steps where behaviour changes. Must pass through first step to move onto the next step. Active Child-Do children influence their own development? Passive Child-Does the environment shape the child? Psychodynamic Perspective Sigmund Freud-Created the psychodynamic theory and looked at what the biological roots are for things. Learned there were patterns from childhood conflict resolution caused issues as an adult. Believed there were 3 personality traits. ID-Primitive instincts that seek instant gratification of needs. Begins at birth, idea of I want it now Ego-Emerges in the 1 year of life where you learn you cannot get everything you want, begins to reason with the ID. Gives a reality check. Superego-Emerges during preschool years, learn about right and wrong. Looks at what is moral and is influenced by adults and parents. Superego polices the Id. Freuds Contributions-Early experiences have effects on development. Individuals experience conflict with what they want to do and what they should do. -Developed the idea of talking and listening to people; talk therapy. Learning Perspective Ivan Pavlov-Developed the idea of classical conditioning and the idea that learning happens beyond our awareness. Helps us recognize what events usually occur in the everyday world so we can anticipate what will happen next. Neutral/Natural stimulus-Does not lead to learning on its own. Must be presented at time of Unconditioned stimulus. Unconditioned stimulus-Paired with the neutral stimulus to produce a specific response without prior learning. E.g. learn to pair dog food with a bell. Unconditioned Response-Response to the UCS after the learning has occurred. E.g. dog salivates. Conditioned stimulus-Paired with the neutral response now produces a learned response. Conditioned response-learn to respond to the neutral stimulus. Extinction-Conditioned stimulus is presented without the unconditioned stimulus over time the conditioned response will no longer occur. Classical Conditioning (The Office)-Neutral stimulus-computer noise, Unconditional stimulus-mint, Unconditioned response-salivation/bad breath, Conditioned stimulus- produces saliva, Conditioned response-puts out hand for mint/bad breath. John Watson-Believed in classical conditioning and behaviourism, idea we can shape a childs development by doing certain things. Applied classical conditioning to human children and believed that a child was a blank slate and we can teach them anything. Little Albert-Paired a loud noise with a rat that the child was not afraid of. Learnt to be afraid of the rat because of the noise. The child not only was conditioned to fear the rat but became afraid of all furry things. This study would now be considered unethical. Operant Conditioning B.F.Skinner-Biggest contribution was the consequences of behaviour determine whether you will repeat a behaviour or not. Positive Reinforcement-Behaviour is increased because it is followed by a positive response e.g. chocolate or pay check. Negative Reinforcement-Behaviour is increased by taking something bad away. E.g. Clean your room and you dont have to do the dishes. Punishment-Consequence that decreases future likelihood that a behaviour will occur. Much less effective because it does not explain the desired behaviour. -Can be done in two ways by either suppressing a behaviour by imposing something negative e.g. dont clean room you do more chores. Or withhold something positive. Social Cognitive Theory Albert Bandura-His contribution was that children are actively engaging and trying to understand what goes on in their world not just copying things. -Believed that children imitate because of rewards and punishments and they are more likely to imitate if there are consistent rewards or if the person is a role model. Self Efficacy-Belief in you own abilities or talents, develops through experience which determines if children will imitate. Goes along the lines of self-confidence so everyone has a different self efficacy. E.g. if you dont think you can sing you wont imitate JT Bobo Doll Experiment-3-6yr old children try to determine when they imitate. 1 group saw the doll in a room, others saw doll being attacked by an adult. Children learned to imitate the aggressive behaviour modelled by the adults, not only imitated behaviour but found new ways to cause harm to the doll. Ecological Systems Theory Bronfenbrenner-Believes that a combination of different systems effects children development. Development is influenced by the environment we live and interact with. -Believe development is active and we try to influence our environment as it influences us. Looks to how biological characteristics can also influence our environment. 5 layers Microsystem-Immediate surroundings and environments. This is a core system and must develop fully or child development will be hindered. E.g. parents, siblings, peers etc. Child also effects these things too. Mesosystem-Inter-connectedness/interacts between Microsystems effect development. Exosystem-Environment that doesnt directly interact with the child but may have an influence on them. E.g. parents work environment, not having days off to look after child. Macrosystem-Broad social/cultural context the child lives in. e.g. values, laws, customs. Chronosystem-Represents the dimension of time the child is developing. E.g. literal year 1990 or stage of development or major life events at that time.How does the system change?-Not just the child that is active but the system is active and constantly changing and developing e.g. size of a microsystem changes every time they change life roles or surrounds. -Charges are enforces from external environments, we have no control over them, but changes can occur from inside the individual; we have control over things and can control how we deal with the external environments. Ecological Theory in Action-Bronfenbrenner proposed that technology has changed out society and this has affected our societal environment. E.g. parents work too much so spend little time with their children causes breakdown in microsystem. -Created head start program which provides education to parents, health, nutrition and parent involvement services to low-income children and their families. Promotes the idea that no child is left behind. -Early head start promotes healthy development for infants, prenatal development and prepare children for school. -Head start 3-5years are services that depend on a childs and each familys heritage and experience. Focus on the child and the family. Bidirectional Theory-Idea that parents and children influence each other and that learning is not just a one way street. 4 parts Causality-Direction of influence; the idea of acknowledging bidirectional theory exists. Context-Interactions happen in long-term, close relationships you have a history with the person you are interac
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