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The acquisition of attitudes, values, and behaviors appropriate for members of a particular culture.
Socialization:
Product of socialization: Pattern of attitudes, values, and behaviors.
Personality:
Nurture characteristic of Nurture vs. Nature
temperament
voice patterns
nervous habits
Twins
Tendency toward leadership or Dominance
Intelligence,
but not with controlling for wide economic and social variations
Nurture characteristic of Nurture vs. Nature
temperament
voice patterns
nervous habits
Twins
Tendency toward leadership or Dominance
Intelligence,
but not with controlling for wide economic and social variations
Nurture characteristic of Nurture vs. Nature
temperament
voice patterns
nervous habits
Twins
Tendency toward leadership or Dominance
Intelligence,
but not with controlling for wide economic and social variations
Nurture characteristic of Nurture vs. Nature
temperament
voice patterns
nervous habits
Twins
Tendency toward leadership or Dominance and
Intelligence, but not with controlling for wide
economic and social variations
Nurture
attitudes
values
chosen mates
drinking habits
Twins
Need for intimacy, comfort, and assistance
Isabelle and Genie: Why is analysis important and what does it emphasize about the social need for human development?
provided occasion for analysis of an individual in the absence of social influence.
Shows the need for early intervention
Who did the Rhesus monkey research
Harry Harlow's
The two things the rhesus monkey research showed
Monkeys preferred cloth mother over wire mother providing milk;
Isolation shows profound proof that comfort is crucial for very young infants, as the monkeys were unable to socialize after prolonged isolation.
Self: from Cooley
" a distinct (though not static) identity that sets us apart from others"