- Understand how a child’s psychology is influenced by their social environment
- Learn why Adolescents tend to take part in more risky behaviours
- Learn how to use operant conditioning to get the best results for your child’s development.
- Understand the dangers of giving your kids rewards that are unearned or inappropriate.
- Learn te be aware of how things are being said to the children and how that can impact our children’s behaviour.
- Learn various types of parenting styles and which of these parenting styles are best for the children and which ones are useless
- Understand the dangers of overly disciplining a child and how it could lead to a stressful life when they grow up.
In this first section, you will discover how a child’s psychology is influenced by their social environment, using the concept of Psycho-social Development.
You will understand the concept of serve and return interactions and why are they important for your child’s development.
Here you will learn the importance of early interactions with babies and toddlers and how we can practise the serve and return interactions with our child
Here you will learn why Adolescents tend to take part in more risky behaviours with the explanation of fuzzy-trace theory.
In this section, you will learn why teenagers are so bad at risk assessment, why they indulge in risky behaviours, and how the brain’s Prefrontal Cortex is related to all these. You will also learn about the methods you can use to minimize this type of risk-taking among adolescents.
This section will cover our topic on Operant Conditioning and how can this help you out with your children. You will also have a clear understanding of how, as a parent, you would use operant conditioning to get the best results for your child’s development.
In this section, you will have a clear understanding of the dangers of giving your kids unearned or inappropriate rewards.
Your main learning outcome of this session is how to be aware of how things are being said to the children and how that can impact our children’s behaviour.
In this lesson, you will explore what effect do violent media have on children’s behaviour. Does violence on media actually increases a children’s aggression or not. If so, then is there a way to neutralize this consequence.
This session will teach you about the various types of parenting styles. Which of these parenting styles are best for the children and which ones are useless. We will also learn how we can implement the parenting styles based on different situations.
In this lesson, you will understand how culture influences the role of a parent. You will also learn about various types of parenting based on their cultures and societies.
This session’s main learning lesson will be why some children grow into adults who prefer abusive partners and how this is related to having an abusive childhood experience.
In this lesson, you will learn about the dangers of overly disciplining a child and how it could lead to a stressful life when they grow up.
In this lesson, you will understand the difference between Heritability and Inheritance and how we can differentiate between these two concepts while parenting our children.
In this lesson, you will learn the importance of hormones and its affect on a child’s development.
|Child Psychology for Parents|
|The Theory of Psycho-social Development||00:09:00|
|Serve & Return||00:03:00|
|Practical Tips For Serve & Return||00:04:00|
|Fuzzy Trace Theory – Explains and Predicts Adolescent Risk Taking||00:06:00|
|Adolescent Risk Taking and the Prefrontal Cortex||00:03:00|
|Operant Conditioning – How Reinforcement Works and How it can help you||00:08:00|
|The Danger of Unearned Rewards (Habituation and Expectations)||00:04:00|
|Influencing behavior through linguistic cuing||00:04:00|
|Does violent media lead to aggressive kids?||00:04:00|
|Culture and seeing world||00:04:00|
|How childhood experience (ie violence) can result in choosing abusive partners||00:04:00|
|A Highly Regimented Life is a Very Stressful Life||00:02:00|
|Heritable vs. Inherited||00:04:00|
|Hormones and Development||00:04:00|
|Resources – Child Psychology for Parents||00:00:00|