Emotional and Cognitive Social Outcomes, - Coggle Diagram
Emotional and Cognitive Social Outcomes
Values Clarification: discovering what is personally worthwhile or desirable in life
Attitudes: Responding positively or negatively to certain people or situations.
Increased positive intercultural contact
Vicarious intercultural contact
Phase 1: awareness of cultural differences, beginning at about age 2½ to 3.
Phase 2: orientation toward specific culturally related words and concepts, beginning at about age 4.
Phase 3: —attitudes toward various cultural groups, beginning at about age 7.
Motives and Attributions
Locus of control: Sense of personal responsibility for success or failure
Learned helpless orientation
Self Efficacy: belief that you can master a situation and produce positive outcomes
self-esteem: value of one's personal identity
development of self-esteem