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The 3rd stage of Neo-Piagetian self-definition wherein children can integrate various aspects of the self.

representational systems

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Erikson's 4th stage wherein children must learn productive skills their culture require otherwise, they will experience feelings of inferiority.

industry vs inferiority (5 to 12)

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2 components that will affect a child's behavior

1. family structure
2. family atmosphere

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2 responses to family conflicts

1. internalizing behaviors
2. externalizing behaviors

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Are actions in response to family conflicts that is characterized by suppressed feelings resulting to anxiety and depression.

internalizing behaviors

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Behavior that are hostile and aggressive.

externalizing behaviors

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A transitional stage in the control of behavior in which parents supervise generally and children exercise moment-to-moment self-regulation.

coregulation

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The unfavorable attitude towards minority or those who do not belong to one's own group.

prejudice

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The tally of scores that measures popularity.

sociometric popularity

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When kids say they like that certain child.

positive nomination

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When kids say they do not like that certain child.

negative nomination

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Selman's stages of friendship

Stage 0: Momentary playmateship (3 to 7) undifferentiated level
Stage 1: One-way assistance (4 to 9) unilateral level
Stage 2: Two-way fair-weather cooperation (6 to 12) reciprocal level
Stage 3: Intimate, mutually shared relationships (9 to 15) mutual level
Stage 4: Autonomous interdependence (begins at 12) interdependent stage

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The stage of friendship when children define friends in terms of physical closeness and value them because of material/physical attributes.

Stage 0: Momentary playmateship (3 to 7) undifferentiated level

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The stage of friendship when children define friends as someone who does what they want them to do.

Stage 1: One-way assistance (4 to 9) unilateral level

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The stage of friendship that involves give-and-take still serves many separate self-interests.

Stage 2: Two-way fair-weather cooperation (6 to 12) reciprocal level

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The stage of friendship when children view friendship as an ongoing, systematic, committed relationship. In this stage they tend to be possessive and demand eclusivity.

Stage 3: Intimate, mutually shared relationships (9 to 15) mutual level

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The stage of friendship when children respect the need of a friend for dependency and autonomy.

Stage 4: Autonomous interdependence (begins at 12) interdependent stage

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Instrumental; act of aggression to get what one wants.

proactive aggression

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Hostile; aggressive behavior out of anger or reacting to what they perceive is a hostile intent.

reactive aggression

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Tendency to assume that a behavior is of hostile intent although action is ambiguous.

hostile attribution bias

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Aggression deliberately and persistently aimed against a target who is vulnerable.

bullying

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An emotional problem that is characterized by negativity, hostility, and defiance.

oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)

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An emotional problem that is characterized by repetitive, persistent pattern of aggressive, antisocial behavior violating norms and the rights of others.

conduct disorder (CD)

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An emotional problem that is characterized by unrealistic fear of school as a form of separation or social anxiety.

school phobia

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An emotional problem that is a prolonged anxiety on being away from home or the people he/she is attached to.

separation anxiety disorder

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An emotional problem that is an extreme fear and/or avoidance of social situations.

social phobia

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Anxiety that is not focused on any ingle target.

generalized anxiety disorder

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Anxiety aroused by repetitive, intrusive thoughts/impulses often leading to compulsive ritual behaviors.

obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)

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A mood disorder (child) indicated by prolonged friendlessness, inability to have fun or concentrate, fatigue, and suicide ideation.

childhood depression

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A treatment technique wherein a therapist meets the patient alone.

individual psychotherapy