PSYC21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gender Role, Gender Identity, Novelty Seeking

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Processes of expansion and contraction happening every second to form that connection to the neighbouring synapse. Consciousness depends on a struggle for recognition from others. Moments of others recognizing you as an object. Moments of mutual recognition (joining others and identification) Domination of one person over another may then lead to a desire for destruction. An inability to recognize others or aspects of ppl that do not conform to our own identity. Peer: another child of roughly the same age. Friend: a peer with whom the child has a special relationship. More likely to involve shared positive emotions and conflicts. Offer opportunities for new types of interpersonal exploration. Offer children a cultural community of their own. In the first 6 months of life, babies touch and look at each other and are responsive to each other"s behaviour. But not until the second half of the first year that infants begin to recognize a peer as a social partner.

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