Child development - families and parenting Flashcards Preview

Individuals and populations 1 > Child development - families and parenting > Flashcards

Flashcards in Child development - families and parenting Deck (11):
1

What are Baumrind's styles of parenting?

Authoritarian - strict ideas about discipline and behaviour that are not open to discussion. Authoritative - ideas about discipline and behaviour that are explained and discussed with children. Permissive - relaxed ideas about discipline & behaviour.

2

According to Maccoby and Martin, what are the demanding/undemanding and responsive/unresponsive styles of parenting?  What is their significance?

Demanding + responsive = authoritative

Demanding +unresponsive = authoritarian

Undemanding + responsive = permissive

Undemanding + unresponsive = uninvolved

 

Demanding = behavioural control

Responsiveness = psychological control

3

What are the features of authoritative parenting?

Parental acceptance and warmth.
Supervision and strictness. 
Democracy and supporting autonomy.
 

4

What did Steinberg et al discover about the children of authoritative parents?

Better academic achievement.

Socially competent.

5

At what age do children show an interest in their peers?

12-18 months

6

At what age does play become sex segregated?

5-6 years

7

At what age do children develop cliques/gangs?

12+

8

What are the features of the the popular sociometric status?

High most liked, low least liked.  Socially competent.

9

What are the features of the controversial sociometric status?

High most liked, high least liked.

Dominant characters, sociable and aggressive.

10

What are the features of the neglected sociometric status?

Low most liked, low least liked.

Well-adjusted, shy

11

What are the features of the rejected sociometric status?

Low most liked, high least liked.

At risk, withdrawal, high aggression.