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Psych 1603 Ch 10 - EMOTIONAL SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE...

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EMOTIONAL & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN MIDDLE CHILDHOOD Chapter 10
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The Self Self-esteem Self-concept Social comparison lower self- esteem Low self-esteem is related to depression
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Improving Self-esteem 1. Identify the causes of low self-esteem 2. Provide emotional support & social approval 3. Help children achieve 4. Help children cope *Industry vs. Inferiority stage
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Emotional Development Understanding complex emotions Understanding that more than one emotion can be felt at a time Comprehending the “bigger picture” surrounding emotional reactions Ability to suppress negative emotions Redirecting feelings independently
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Emotional Intelligence Perspective taking: monitor feelings of self and others Be able to discriminate among emotions Use information to guide thoughts & behaviors Handling relationships
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Coping with stress Directly related to moral development and feelings of hopelessness & despair Reinforce ideas of safety & security
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