Social & Behavioral Socialization Outcomes. - Coggle Diagram
Social & Behavioral Socialization Outcomes.
Self-regulation of Behaviors
Self-regulation - the ability to regulate or control one's impulses, behaviors, and/or emotions until an appropriate time, place, or objects is available for expression.
Antisocial - any behavior that harms other people.
Prosocial - any behavior that benefits other people.
Aggression - unprovoked attack, fight, or quarrel.
Altruistic - voluntary actions that are intended to help or benefit another person or group.
How does aggressive behavior develop?
Antecedents of aggressive behavior in children may be noncompliance with adults, oppositional behavior, lying, stealing, and destruction.
Existing theories causes of aggressive behavior are: 1) Biological 2) Social Cognitive 3) Sociocultural 4) Ecological
Social Cognitive Theories
Sociocultural Theories: 1) Peers 2) Community.
Ecological Theories: 1) Child 2) Family 3) School 4) Peer group 5) Media 6) Community.
A Parents Sacred Responsibility: M. Russell Ballard
The strength of any nation is rooted within the walls of its home. -Gordon B. Hinckley
The family is not just the basic unit of society; it is the basic unit of eternity.
The family, once universally hailed as the cornerstone of society, is losing its essential role.
Our youth need steadfast, courageous mothers - and they need fathers like Enos had.
5 concepts that will help insure happy and secure families.
Full and equal partnerships
Principles for marriage and families
How does altruistic behavior develop?
Teach developmental skills, which include getting along with others.