Peer Interactions, Relationships and Groups. Susan Brockmeyer November 4, 2004 (Use of these slides requires the information contained in the attached notes below each slide). Overview. Defining what Peer Relationships, Interactions and Groups are the study of
November 4, 2004
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By the predominant emotions associated with them:
Attributed to four factors:
(a) understand the thoughts, emotions and intentions of others
(b) abstract information about the social partner and the setting
in which the interaction is to take place
(c) generate various means by which to strike up a conversation
or interaction, to maintain it and to end it positively
(d) understand consequences of one’s social actions for the self
as well as for the other
(e) make mature moral judgments that serve to guide social
(f) behave positively and altruistically
The parental role serves three basic functions:
Parents can also influence the development of
social behaviors through
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