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Psychology - Session 9

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University of Toronto Scarborough
Steve Joordens

● parental style and eventual traits of children ○ genetics and environments are always intertwined ● authoritarian parent ○ “my way or the highway” ○ tyrant ● authoritarian child ○ worried about making mistakes ○ perfectionists ● authoritative parent ○ the ideal model ● permissive-negligent ○ acts as though the presence of children does not make a difference in their lives ■ with or without, no change ○ have own lives and do their own thing ■ tells children, ‘cook your own food, I’m returning at four in the morning’ ● permissive-negligent children ○ ambiguous regarding parental affection towards children ○ vulnerable, psychologically wounded, angry ● permissive-parent ○ prefers to be a friend instead of a parent ○ one of the crowd and allows anything to go ○ loves and cares for child ● permissive-parent children ○ never lived under rules ■ lack of experience with an authority figure ○ no sense of behaving towards a certain way towards an authority figure ○ disobedient, disrespectful, immature, self-centered, rebellious ● good parents need to take the ‘bad cop’ vibe ● personality ○ interpersonal style and the way they relate ● what makes one person different from another ○ relevant differences between individuals ● components of personality ● types ○ horoscopes ■ personality type ■ (ex. all of the traits for a Capricorn will fit for Capricorns) ● traits ○ all a mix of some proportion of influences depending on the mix of those things ● ancient Greeks’ notion of personality ○ (mix of types and traits) ○ depends on how much of the four humours (liquids) are in your body ■ water, phlegm, blood, and bile ● yellow bile refers to urine ● black bile refers to feces ○ determined by which of the four humours is dominant in the mix ■ ex. blood dominant people were thought to be passionate ■ ex. phlegm dominate people were thought to be depressing ● most
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