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1

What are the self-conscious emotions in middle childhood?

Pride and guilt

2

What is problem-centered coping?

Used when situation is seen as unchangeable. Identify the difficulty and decide what to do about it.

3

What is emotion-centered coping?

Used if problem-centered coping does not work. Situation is seen as unchangeable. Internal and private control of distress.

4

Good emotional regulation leads to what?

Emotional self-efficacy (in control of emotional experiences)

5

Poorly emotionally regulated children are ...?

Overwhelmed by negative emotions. They can't empathize or acquire prosocial behaviour.

6

Is emotional regulation culture specific?

Yes. In general, collectivist cultures put more emphasis on emotions. Individualistic ones focus on controlling behaviour rather than emotions.

7

In middle childhood, what are the major advances in perspective taking?

Self concept, self-esteem, understanding of others, increasing social skills.

8

What contributes to perspective taking?

Both adults' and peers' explanations of their viewpoints contribute to children's perspective taking.

9

Selman's stages of perspective taking - SEE CHART IN PP.

Level 0 - 4.

10

See "growing moral understandings" graph in PP.

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11

What is important about understanding individual rights?

Ideas of personal choice enhance children's moral understanding. Older school-age children put limits of individual choice and typically decide in favour of fairness, resulting in a general decline in prejudice.

12

When do children embrace their culturally transmitted religion?

Middle childhood. They assign anthropomorphic qualities to God (concrete and understandable).

13

What cultures have a more humanlike view of religion?

Morons, lutherans, mennonites, catholics, etc.

14

What cultures have a less humanlike view of religion? (more spiritual than humanlike)

Unitarians and jews

15

When are children more likely to associate power and privilege with white people?

Early school years