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Social Psychology: Chapter 6 Terms

(*) after a clue indicates two word answer with no empty grid space between the words
Across
In status characteristics theory, beliefs held in common by people about the usual relationships between particular status characteristics and reward levels*
An aspect of life-course sociology referring to incidence, duration, and sequence of roles and to the relevant expectations and beliefs based on age
A system of knowledge, beliefs, behaviors, and customs shared by an interacting group to which members refer and employ as a basis of further interaction
The first stage of self-development in which children simply mimic the attitudes and behaviors of their parents and caretakers*
A feeling that minority members of a group feel because they are different from the majority members*
Children that want to be popular but do not quite get accepted into this group
A group of people born around the same time period*
The third stage of self-development in which children are capable of managing several different roles*
An aspect of life-course sociology referring to our relationships with other people*
When children develop according to expectations of a group or society*
The process by which individuals acquire thoughts, feelings, and behaviors “appropriate” to their positions in society
Any events that cause significant changes in the course of our lives*
Down
The second stage of self-development in which children begin to use language to make-believe as they play others’ roles*
An aspect of life-course sociology referring to our ability to make decisions and control our destiny
When the “normal trajectory” of our lives is altered by a life event or role change*
Learning about one’s ethnic and racial identity in a given culture*
An aspect of life-course sociology referring to how historic events affect development for different birth cohorts*
The process of personal change from infancy to late adulthood resulting from personal and societal events and from transitions into and out of social roles*
The process of change from infancy to late adulthood resulting from personal and societal events and from transitions into and out of social roles*