HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Balance Bicycle, Protective Factor, Physical Abuse

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Family, friends, faith, activity they feel important in More / stronger protective factors = more resilient. Resiliency a dynamic process encompassing positive adaptation within the context of significant adversity. May not be resilient in all situations. Not absence of stress but a positive adaptation. Family also serves as a protective factor for children. Control is gradually transferred from parent to child in a process known as coregulation. Children begin to internalize the standards of their parents. Parents monitor less and give less direct feedback. Children spend more time with mother than father. 10- to 12-year-olds evaluate parents more harshly than they did in early childhood. Still rate parents as best source of emotional support. 3 styles of parenting: authoritarian parents word is law. Strict punishment high maturity demands: permissive few demands. Want to be friends not authority figures: authoritative set limits and enforce rules. Listen to children answer questions and discuss feelings high maturity demand, but forgiving when not met.

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