Help- Remember to respond to two peers while being respectful of and sensitive to their viewpoints. Consider advancing the discussion

Help- Remember to respond to two peers while being respectful of and sensitive to their viewpoints. Consider advancing the discussion

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Remember to respond to two peers while being respectful of and sensitive to their viewpoints. Consider advancing the discussion in the following ways:

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• Post an article, video, or visual related to the development of the social self to reinforce a peer’s idea or challenge them to see their point from a different perspective.• Paraphrase something from the original post. Then consider asking a question or sharing your personal experience.

To complete this assignment, review the Psychology Undergraduate Discussion Rubric. You will also need:

Programmatic Themes PDFNorms of Practice for Online Discussion PDFEthical Usage Practices PDF

PEER 1 BB

• Based on the content in “A Class Divided,” are children immune to the attitudes and behaviors of other group members? Explain. 

I believe children are immune to the behaviors of groups because, with Mrs. Elliott two-day Blue/Brown eyes exercise it was shown, when she was favorable towards one set color of eyes the students were more enthusiastically and more app to answer questions quickly and correctly. While those who were discriminated against felt more like outcasts, and would second guess themselves, when it came to answering questions.  

• In what ways might important developmental milestones influence social development in childhood? 

Important developmental milestones influence social development in childhood because, as children they will end up gaining a better understanding of their own emotions and those of other people, in which those skills they learn how to interact and play with other people with development of empathy.  

• Based on psychological evidence, should antisocial behavior in adulthood be primarily blamed on impaired socialization as a child? If so, what types of interventions might help to remediate these impairments? If not, what do you think leads to adult antisocial behavior? 

Based on psychological evidence antisocial behavior in adulthood could be partially blamed on impaired socialization as a child, but genetics and environment plays a huge role. According to the National Library of Medicine for childhood antisocial behavior genetics played a 41% role, and their environment played 40% role. Wang et al had examined influences of genetic and environmental factors when it came to aggressive antisocial behavior in 780 twin pairs, it was shown that with age the level of aggressive antisocial behavior had increased in males in ages of nine to eighteen. (National Library of Medicine)  

• Can you teach children tolerance and inclusiveness if they are already indoctrinated by societal intolerance? What if the children in “A Class Divided” had never had a follow-up class explaining brown eyes as an indicator of the smart people? 

It is said children soak information in like sponges’ soak water.  As a mother myself I had instilled set beliefs in my son starting at an early age, we share our toys, do not make fun of people based on their appearance.  He has done great with that, he has stuck up for his friends who were getting made fun for the way they look. But times are also changing social media has taken over people seem to become more comfortable with attacking others online and making their own prejudice judgements on individuals based on what they see and not what they know( andor before getting all the facts).   

• How does the concept of development of the social self apply to any of the following programmatic course themes: 

I believe it ties into ethics as we have a set standard to follow, some people ethics in time or some point get twisted up but we as individuals need to remember our morals. Peoples morals and values are tested daily, and with the video Class A Divided I believe it touched greatly on ethics.  

References 

National Library of Medicine, Genetic and Environmental Influences on Antisocial Behavior https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3920596/ 

PEER 2 KH 

In my opinion children are more susceptible to the attitudes and behaviors of other group members. Children are like sponges, absorbing everything that they see and then copying what they see. The children in “A class divided” watched and listened as their teachers told them that kids with the opposite-colored eyes were less then them. Suddenly someone who was their friend they day before was no longer their friend based off the idea that eye color determined importance. “A Class Divided” shows that children and adults can be taught tolerance and inclusiveness. In 1968 societal intolerance was embedded in almost every white American family yet Mrs. Elliott taught them about discrimination and inclusiveness. This lesson stayed with those children and shaped how they raised their children. If they children never had the follow-up lesson then the children would have less tolerant of people with different colored eyes, they would have thought that people with brown eyes were less smart because that had been told that and seen it in their third-grade class.      

When developmental milestones are missed this can result in a child being anti-social. In the experiment of Anna, she did not interact with people, so she did not learn how to interact, therefore missing milestones. This led to Anna not making eye contact with, not learning to smile, or interact with people. Anti-social behavior in adulthood is mostly a result of impaired socialization as a child as well as life experiences, or lack thereof. To remedy this, slow and gradual exposer and socialization can help.

The concept of development of social self applies to emotional intelligence. Understanding the importance of the development of social self and helping others develop a social self demonstrates emotional intelligence. Being able to identify when someone lacks development of a social self and knowing how to deal with a person who is lacking in that area also demonstrates emotional intelligence.

References:

CrashCourse. (2017, June 12). Social Development: Crash Course Sociology #13 [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbBm_YLwowc

Frontline. (2019, January 18). A Class Divided [Video]. YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mcCLm_LwpE

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PSY Ethical Usage Practices

Before adding content to a paper, project, portfolio, or discussion, you need to fully understand the legal and ethical practices associated with using resources and words that are not your own. Why cite your sources?

● Shows that you are a responsible scholar ● Shows that your work can be supported and establishes your credibility ● Provides credit of ownership to others’ work ● Guides readers to further information on a topic

When should you cite?

● A direct quotation ● A paraphrase or restatement of what someone else says ● A summary of someone’s work ● Any data, charts, or graphs used ● Websites ● Media, including images and videos ● Class discussions or online discussions ● A previously written paper

When do you NOT cite?

● Common knowledge (George Washington was the first president of the U.S.)

Do you need more information about citation?

● Visit this Shapiro Library webpage: APA Style: Basics

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PSY Programmatic Themes Psychology is more than just one course you are taking in college. Psychology is everywhere! It’s a tool that can help you live a better life, make a bigger impact on the world, and build stronger relationships. As you complete coursework throughout your degree program, you’ll discover and rediscover five key themes. Each one illustrates a way to apply psychology in your life both personally and professionally. By the end of your program, you’ll have the tools to understand yourself more fully, improve your personal and professional connections, and effect positive change in the world.

 Self-care: When you hear the term self-care, you may think of things like bubble baths and dark chocolate. But self-care is about more than just pampering yourself. Engaging in self-care means taking time for personal reflection and developing skills to improve your well-being. You can also take care of yourself by increasing your resilience and self-regulation.

 Social justice: Everyone deserves the same rights and access to opportunities. When you apply psychology ethically and empathetically, you’re supporting social justice. As you work through this program, you’ll see that psychology can do more than just improve your own life—it can help you enhance the lives of others and promote social justice for society as a whole.

 Emotional intelligence (EI): Emotional intelligence is defined as the practice of self-control and

the ability to accurately perceive the emotions of self and others, appropriately adapt emotions and actions in daily interactions, and consistently understand and express interest in the well- being of self and others. In short, it’s how you understand and respond to emotions in yourself and the people around you. Emotional intelligence is not just an abstract concept. It’s a set of skills, including self-awareness, self-regulation, ethical judgment, empathy, social awareness, and conflict resolution.

 Career connections: Even if you don’t become a psychologist, studying psychology can help

advance your career. Psychology helps explain why people behave in certain ways and how you can work with them more effectively. Whether you major in psychology or use this course as a stepping-stone to other opportunities, the study of psychology can improve your daily life and job prospects.

 Ethics: Modern psychology is guided by ethical principles. While formal ethics are set by governing bodies such as the American Psychological Association, you also have your own set of values and morals that influence your personal ethics. Throughout your coursework, you will apply ethics by citing your sources.

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PSY Norms of Practice for Online Discussion The norms below help define what acceptable behavior looks like in your discussions. These norms are

established to strengthen communication among you and your peers, as well as feelings of safety.

In each discussion, please practice the following:

 Provide thoughtful commentary and participation to the community.

 Help peers, through advocacy and communication, to promote equity and fairness.

 Respect diversity. o Refrain from name calling. o Do not criticize individuals or groups, but don’t be afraid to note non-inclusive ideas. o Be open and considerate of others and their perspectives.

 Acknowledge bias. o Consider your background and experiences and how they may differ from the

experiences of others. o Consider sources of research.

 Acknowledge peer contributions to the learning community. o Summarize and quote others within the community.

 Politely challenge others, with the goal of facilitating growth.

 Maintain academic ethics.

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PSY Norms of Practice for Online Discussion The norms below help define what acceptable behavior looks like in your discussions. These norms are

established to strengthen communication among you and your peers, as well as feelings of safety.

In each discussion, please practice the following:

 Provide thoughtful commentary and participation to the community.

 Help peers, through advocacy and communication, to promote equity and fairness.

 Respect diversity. o Refrain from name calling. o Do not criticize individuals or groups, but don’t be afraid to note non-inclusive ideas. o Be open and considerate of others and their perspectives.

 Acknowledge bias. o Consider your background and experiences and how they may differ from the

experiences of others. o Consider sources of research.

 Acknowledge peer contributions to the learning community. o Summarize and quote others within the community.

 Politely challenge others, with the goal of facilitating growth.

 Maintain academic ethics.

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PSY Ethical Usage Practices

Before adding content to a paper, project, portfolio, or discussion, you need to fully understand the legal and ethical practices associated with using resources and words that are not your own. Why cite your sources?

● Shows that you are a responsible scholar ● Shows that your work can be supported and establishes your credibility ● Provides credit of ownership to others’ work ● Guides readers to further information on a topic

When should you cite?

● A direct quotation ● A paraphrase or restatement of what someone else says ● A summary of someone’s work ● Any data, charts, or graphs used ● Websites ● Media, including images and videos ● Class discussions or online discussions ● A previously written paper

When do you NOT cite?

● Common knowledge (George Washington was the first president of the U.S.)

Do you need more information about citation?

● Visit this Shapiro Library webpage: APA Style: Basics

,

1

PSY Programmatic Themes Psychology is more than just one course you are taking in college. Psychology is everywhere! It’s a tool that can help you live a better life, make a bigger impact on the world, and build stronger relationships. As you complete coursework throughout your degree program, you’ll discover and rediscover five key themes. Each one illustrates a way to apply psychology in your life both personally and professionally. By the end of your program, you’ll have the tools to understand yourself more fully, improve your personal and professional connections, and effect positive change in the world.

 Self-care: When you hear the term self-care, you may think of things like bubble baths and dark chocolate. But self-care is about more than just pampering yourself. Engaging in self-care means taking time for personal reflection and developing skills to improve your well-being. You can also take care of yourself by increasing your resilience and self-regulation.

 Social justice: Everyone deserves the same rights and access to opportunities. When you apply psychology ethically and empathetically, you’re supporting social justice. As you work through this program, you’ll see that psychology can do more than just improve your own life—it can help you enhance the lives of others and promote social justice for society as a whole.

 Emotional intelligence (EI): Emotional intelligence is defined as the practice of self-control and

the ability to accurately perceive the emotions of self and others, appropriately adapt emotions and actions in daily interactions, and consistently understand and express interest in the well- being of self and others. In short, it’s how you understand and respond to emotions in yourself and the people around you. Emotional intelligence is not just an abstract concept. It’s a set of skills, including self-awareness, self-regulation, ethical judgment, empathy, social awareness, and conflict resolution.

 Career connections: Even if you don’t become a psychologist, studying psychology can help

advance your career. Psychology helps explain why people behave in certain ways and how you can work with them more effectively. Whether you major in psychology or use this course as a stepping-stone to other opportunities, the study of psychology can improve your daily life and job prospects.

 Ethics: Modern psychology is guided by ethical principles. While formal ethics are set by governing bodies such as the American Psychological Association, you also have your own set of values and morals that influence your personal ethics. Throughout your coursework, you will apply ethics by citing your sources.

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