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Common Forms of Social Behavior

Erikson's Psychosocial Theory

Behavior patterns in social situations during Early


Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development

Social Behavior Patterns

Cooperation. P25.00 Friendliness. ...P8.00

Rivalry... P40.00Unselfishness...P6.00

Generosity. P3.00 Imitation.. P7.00

Desire for social approval P2.00 Attachment behavior..P9.00

Sympathy..... P1.00Dependency.....P10.
Empathy.... P5.00

a situation in which people work together to do something

a state or situation in which people or groups are
competing with each other

the quality of being kind, understanding and not selfish

Desire for social approval

this motivates children to conform to social expectations.
Adult approval usually comes first before that of peer's

the feeling that you care about and are sorry about someone
elses trouble, grief and misfortune

it is the ability to put oneself in the shoes of a person.

on others for help, affection and other things motivates
children to act/ behave in socially approve ways.


a friendly child is one who wants to do things for and with others
by showing his/ her love , care and concern to the person he/
she considers as a friend.

an unselfish child thinks more about others than himself/ herself.

the act of copying or imitating someone or something

Attachment behavior
is when the baby's developed warm and loving attachment to the mother or
caregiver is transferred to other people and learns to establish friendship with

Unsocial behavior patterns

Negativism. P5.00

Egocentrism.. P4.00

Aggression P6.00


Quarreling.. P1.00

Sex antagonism..... P5

Teasing and bullying.. P9.00

Ascendant behavior... P7.00

Children physically express this in a manner similar to temper tantrums, verbal
refusal to do what have been asked or told to do.

Children express this either in physical or verbal attacks on another usually
children smaller than they are.

is expressing angry dispute which started with an unprovoked
attack of a person on another.

Teasing and bullying

teasing is a verbal attack on another in bullying.

Ascendant behavior
is the tendency to dominate others to be bossy.

this is a behavior or trait wherein the tendency of the children is to
think and talk about themselves.

Children realize that some people / children are different in
appearance and behavior from them and these differences are
regarded by the social group as signs of inferiority.

Sex antagonism
towards the end of early childhood, boys are pressured by
male relatives and peers to avoid associating with girls or
playing girls games.

Erikson's Stages of Psychosocial Development