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psyb20 lec 11.rtf

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Psychology
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PSYB32H3
Professor
Mark Schmuckler

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psyb20 lecture 11 for the midterm: motor development -> up to and including language development Classification of Parenting Patterns Diana baumrind crossed types of parenting styles - variables warmth and control authoritarian: parents want conformity - biased towards parents needs not childs needs late 40s/early50s increase in birth rate (baby boom) - steadily decreasing since that time - shift in the size of families parents attitudes change as you add more children to the home, less time parents have to devote to each time as well as to each other becomes more authoritarian increase in delinquency and anti-social behaviour in children as more kids are added to the home important caveat: family size is correlated with SES, larger families tend to be less well off than smaller families # of these impacts might have to do with the standard of living and not the family size per se growing up with siblings more children means less time with parents siblings have a much more positive type of interaction study that looked at home where mothers are preggo with second child sharp drop in maternal involvement with first child when second child comes increase in jealousy and negative behaviour in the children also, the jealousy was just a minor part. there were positive social approaches from first borns to newborn siblings parents have pressure to have a second child people say that one child will be selfish etc stereotype is incorrect! only children actually show advantages = more advanced in sociability, more willing to seek help from others, do better in school, higher education levels has to do with the special parent-child relationship if you're forced to relocate because of a job loss, divorce etc = even short distance moves can add tremendous mount of disruptivee stress and disrupt the relationship children begin to display negative behaviours = increased dependancy, rise of
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