Humans have al the same instincts found in another animal species.
Without social experiences, a child never develops personality.
Personality is present in all humans at birth
Many human instincts disappear int he first few years of life
The importance of gender in socialization
The development of biological instincts
Girls and boys typically use different standardsin deciding what is right and wrong
Girls are more interested in right and wrong than boys are
Boys are more interested in right and wrong than girls are
Today's children are far less interested in right and wrong than their parents are
The part of the human personality made up of self-awareness and self-image
The presence of culture within the individual
Basic drives that are self-centered
Present in infants from birth
Family members provide necessary care for infants and children
Families give children social identity in terms of class, ethnicity, and religion.
Parents greatly affect a child's self-concept
All of the above
In every society, the first ten years of life are a time of play and learning
Rich societies extend childhood much longer than poor societies do
Poor societies extend childhood much longer than rich societies do
Childhood is defined by being biologically immature.
To reward someone for achievement in the outside world
To give a person more choices about how to live
To encourage lifelong learning in a supervised setting
To radically change a persons personality or behavior