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in middle childhood emotional development, _______ and ______ become governed by the child

Pride, guilt

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by the age 10, most children shift adaptively between two general strategies for managing emotion, ________ and ________

problem-centered coping, emotion-centered coping

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in ________, children appraise the situation as changeable, identify the difficulty, and decide what to do about it.

problem-centered coping

4

if problem solving doesnt work, children engage in __________, which is internal, private, and aimed at controlling distress when little can be done about an outcome.

emotion-centered coping

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________ is the capacity to imagine what other people may be thinking and feeling.

perspective taking

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Stages of Perspective Taking
children recognixe that self and other can have different thoughts and feeings, but they frequently confuse the two. what level is this? what age group is this for?

level 0: undifferentiated, ages 3-6

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Stages of Perspective Taking
children understand that different perspectives may result, because people have access to different info
what level is this? what age group is this for?

level 1: social-informational, ages 4-9

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Stages of Perspective Taking
children can "step into another person's shoes" and view their own thoughs, feelings, and behavior from the other person's perspective. they also recognize that others can do the same.
what level is this? what age group is this for?

level 2 self-reflective, ages 7-12

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Stages of Perspective Taking
children can step outside a two-person situation and imagine how the self and other are viewed from the point of view of a third, impartial party.
what level is this? what age group is this for?

level 3 third-party, age 10-15

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Stages of Perspective Taking
individuals understand that third-party perspective taking can be influenced by one or more systems of larger societal values.
what level is this? what age group is this for?

level 4: societal, age 14-adult

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By the age of __, most children can follow two-step and three-step command

6

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_______ - “language of conversation” connecting and negotiating relationships

Rapport talk

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________ - communication that offers information and directives

Report talk

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rapport talk is seem more in ________ while report talk is seen more in _________

girls, boys

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________- the response of the individual to the circumstances and events that threaten them and tax their coping abilities”

stress

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As a child grows, outside sources of stress (school, friends, etc.)_________.

increase

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_________ is the attribution of success to external factors, such as luck, and failure to low ability, which cannot be improved throught effort.

learned helplessness

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________ and underachievement are believed to be linked to children that have prolonged demands placed on them that they cannot meet.

Learned helplessness

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in middle childhood gender differences in play become more evident and play becomes more ________

complex

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What is a potential implication of an early fracture to a child?

children are being pushed in to sports to early and being pushed to hard.

21

fyi

Parents, therapists, educators, etc. influence a child’s play by offering opportunities or subjecting them to experiences.

22

fyi

concern- television and computer game use increases during middle childhood. Play continues to be important for the child for development

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________ - manipulation of objects in an intrinsically motivated way
Example: using art materials and building blocks for play and development

Object Play

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_________ continues to be one of the most popular forms of play for development and therapy use

object play

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_________ - intrinsically motivated play that is a form of leisure versus a learning activity or for school
Example: television, video game, etc..

Virtual Play