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Development, Part II

Development, Part II

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  1. Intro
    • Attachment
    • Attachment and Ainsworth
    • The Strange Situation Experiment
    • Quality of Attachment
    • Harlow and Contact Comfort
    • Physical Development
    • Optimal Caregiving
    • Parenting Styles (Baumrind)
    • Types of Child Discipline
    • Consequences
    • Review
    • Intro 0:00
    • Attachment 0:08
      • Rapid, Relatively Permanent Type of Learning That Occurs During a Limited Time Period Early in Life
      • Conrad Lorenz (an Ethologist) Studied Natural Behavior Patterns of Animals
      • Hatched Baby Geese in an Incubator; When Geese Were Born, First Moving Object They Saw Was Lorenz
      • They Followed Him Around and Acted as Though He Were Their Mother
    • Attachment and Ainsworth 1:42
      • Attachment is the Strong Emotional Bond Young Children Form With Their Parents or Primary Caregivers
      • Ainsworth's Strange Situation
      • Secure and Insecure Attachment Styles
      • Emotional Attachment: Close Emotional Bond That Infants Form With Parents, Caregivers, or Others
      • Separation Anxiety: Crying and Signs of Fear When a Child is Left Alone or is With a Stranger; Generally Appears Around 8-12 Months
      • Separation Anxiety Disorder: Severe and Prolonged Distress Displayed by Children When Separated From Parents/Caregivers
    • The Strange Situation Experiment 3:36
      • The Strange Situation Experiment
      • Different Combinations Where Baby is in the Company of a Parent, Stranger, Both, or None
      • YouTube Has a Video of Experiment
    • Quality of Attachment 4:50
      • Secure: Stable and Positive Emotional Bond
      • Insecure -Avoidant: Anxious Emotional Bond; Tendency to Avoid Reunion With Parent or Caregiver
      • Insecure-Ambivalent: Anxious Emotional Bond; Desire to be With Parent or Caregiver and Some Resistance to Being Reunited With Mom
      • Disorganized/Disoriented: Show a Lack of Clear Attachment Behavior; May Seem Confused or Apprehensive in Presence of Caregiver
    • Harlow and Contact Comfort 6:06
      • Pleasant and Reassuring Feeling Babies Get From Touching Something Warm and Soft, Especially the Mother
      • Research With Rhesus Monkeys (Macaques) -- Maternal Separation/Deprivation
      • Social Isolation Experiments (Severe Disturbances)
      • Cloth and Wire Mother (With Food)
      • Importance of Care-Giving and Companionship in Social and Cognitive Development
      • Ethically, Could Not be Done Today -- May Have Influenced the Rise of the Animal Rights Movement
    • Physical Development 9:58
      • Motor Development: e.g. Walking
      • Maturation and Infant Memory
    • Optimal Caregiving 12:58
      • Proactive Maternal Influences: A Mother's Warm, Educational Interactions With Her Child
      • Goodness of Fit: (Chess & Thomas): Degree to Which Parents and Child Have Compatible Temeraments
      • Paternal Influences: Sum of All Effects a Father Has on His Child -- As American Society Changes, The More of a Role Males Are Seen as Having on the Development of Their Children
    • Parenting Styles (Baumrind) 14:52
      • Authoritarian: Enforce Rigid Rules and Demand Strict Obedience to Authority. Children Tend to Be Emotionally Stiff and Lacking in Curiosity
      • Overly Permissive: Give Little Guidance. Allow too Much Freedom, Or Don't Hold Children Accountable For Their Actions. Children Tend to be Dependent and Immature and Frequently Misbehave.
      • Authoritative: Provide Firm and Consistent Guidance Combined With Love and Affection. Children Tend to be Competent, Self-Controlled, Independent, and Assertive
      • Others Added Indulgent and Neglectful Styles
      • Studied Corporal Punishment --> Mild Spanking, Not With Authoritarian, Likely Not Harmful
    • Types of Child Discipline 20:14
      • Power Assertion: Using Physical Punishment or a Show of Force, e.g. Removing Toys or Privileges
      • Withdrawal of Love: Withholding Affection
      • Management Techniques: Combine Praise, Recognition, Approval, Rules, and Reasoning to Encourage Desirable Behavior
      • Have Effective Communication
    • Consequences 24:39
      • Natural Consequences: Effects That Naturally Follow a Particular Behavior; Intrinsic Effects
      • Logical Consequences: Rational and Reasonable Effects Defined by Parents
    • Review 25:42
      • How Does Life Develop Before Birth?
      • What Are Some Newborn Abilities, and How Do Researchers Explore Infants' Mental Abilities?
      • During Infancy and Childhood, How Do the Brain and Motor Skills Develop?
      • How Do Parent-Infant Attachment Bonds Form?
      • How Have Psychologists Studied Attachment Differences and What Have They Learned About the Effects of Temerament and Parenting?
      • Do Parental Neglect, Family Disruption, or Day Care Affect Children's Attachment?
      • How Do Children's Self-Concepts Develop, and How Are Children's Traits Related to Parenting Styles?
      • To What Extent is Our Development Shaped By Early Stimulation, By Parents, and By Peers?