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Genie. Parenting Styles. Parenting. Authoritarian parents : the “bosses”; no need to explain actions or demands; child has no right to question. Parenting. Permissive parents : kids have final say; no rules/demands; no expectations; parents give up their parenting role. Parenting.

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    1. Genie

    2. Parenting Styles

    3. Parenting Authoritarian parents: the “bosses”; no need to explain actions or demands; child has no right to question

    4. Parenting Permissive parents: kids have final say; no rules/demands; no expectations; parents give up their parenting role

    5. Parenting Uninvolved parents: self-centered; uncommitted to being a parent; distant from child

    6. Parenting Helicopter parent: hover over their children; want to know and have a say in every aspect of child’s life; pays very close attention

    7. Parenting Authoritative parents: children participate in decisions made it their lives; discussions occur; kids make decisions, but parents have right to veto

    8. Example A 5-year-old wants more snack after school. Her mother tells her no. The child asks, “Why?” And the mother simply says, “Because I said so.” Which parenting style is this?

    9. Example A 3-year-old is playing with another child while the parents eat dinner. The 3-year-old snatches a toy away from the other child. The mother and father of the 3-year-old see this, but do nothing because they believe their child has a right to express himself. What parenting style is this?

    10. Healthiest Development Style • Authoritative style • Reasons: • Establishment of limits • Warmth and support • Gains: • Responsibility gradually • Identify parents with love and respect • Cooperative independence

    11. Criticism Correlation, NOT causation No universal best  different outcomes Other effects on behavior: culture, child’s temperament and perception, and social influences

    12. Parenting Style Skits Write out script of a scenario that represents your given parenting style Include: Scene, roles (i.e., parent, children), specific scenario, descriptions of reactions, etc.

    13. Parenting Style Skit Script Write out script of a scenario that represents your given parenting style Include: Scene, roles (i.e., parent, children), specific scenario, descriptions of reactions, etc.

    14. Early Attachment Attachment—deep, caring, enduring emotional bond between infant and caregiver

    15. Attachment in Animals

    16. Attachment in Animals Harry Harlow (1930s)—surrogate mothers Monkeys preferred cloth mother Need for contact comfort

    17. Attachment in Human Infants Especially strong between 6 mos and 3 years Disruptions can be distressful to infant Mary Ainsworth (1991)—The Strange Situation

    18. Prompt #1 In at least 3-4 sentences, how can attachment and a caregiver’s parenting style influence a child’s development?