Social and Behavioral Socialization Outcomes (Contributing to risky…
Social and Behavioral Socialization Outcomes
Self regulation: the ability to regulate or control ones impulses, behavior, and or emotions until an appropriate time, place, or object is available for expression.
antisocial behavior: any behavior that harms other people, such as aggression, violence, and crime.
prosocial behavior: any behavior that benefits other people, such as altruism, sharing and cooperation.
AggressionL unprovoked attack, fight, or quarrel.
altruism: voluntary actions that are intended to help or benefit another person or group of people without that actors anticipation of external rewards.
information processing: the way an individual attends to, perceives, interprets, remembers, and acts on events or situations.
Contributing to risky developmental outcomes regarding children's antisocial behavior:
harsh parental discipline
lack of maternal warmth
exposure to aggressive adult models
maternal aggressive values
family life stressors
mother's lack of social support
peer group instability
lack of cognitive stimulation
Heteronomous morality: Piaget's stage of moral development in which children think of rules as moral absolutes that cannot be changed.
Autonomous morality: Piaget's stage of moral development in which children realize that rules are arbitrary agreements that can be changed by those who have to follow them.
Stages of Moral Development
Level 1: Pre-conventional, Stage 1: heteronomous morality
Stage two: individualism, instrumental purpose, and exchange
Level two: Conventional, Stage 3: mutual interpersonal expectations, relationships, and interpersonal conformity.
Stage four: social system and conscience
Level three: post-conventional, Stage 5: social contract or utility and individual rights
Stage 6: universal ethical principles
Pre-conventional level: kohlberg's stages of moral reasoning in which the individual considers and weighs the personal consequences of behavior.
Conventional level: kohlberg's stages of moral reasoning in which the individual can look beyond personal consequences and consider other perspectives.
Justice moral perspective: emphasizes the rights of the individual; when individual rights conflict, equitable rules of justice must prevail.
Post-conventional level: kohlberg's stages of moral reasoning in which the individual considers and weighs the values behind various consequences from various points of view.
care moral perspective: views people in terms of their connectedness with others; others welfare is intrinsically connected to ones own.