Lab5_Emotions - NAME_Alyssa Bergman CLASS SECTION_907...

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NAME ________Alyssa Bergman____________ CLASS SECTION__907_________ CLASSROOM(S) OBSERVED ______08D, 012,013,014, 015A_________ Lab Assignment 5c: Social/Emotional Development Emotions Introduction Infants and toddlers display a range of emotions from distress and disgust to surprise and joy. Newborns seem to show only a few basic emotions (pleasure and distress), but more discreet emotions emerge soon: joy and sadness (2 to 3 months), anger (4 to 6 months), and fear (6 months). More complex emotions such as pride, guilt, or embarrassment emerge in the toddler months (18 to 24 months), because they depend on the child having some understanding of self. Toddlers are also learning to label and give words to emotions—their own and those of others. Purpose The purpose of the assignment is to observe the range of emotions in infants and toddlers. Tasks For each age range given below , describe a child’s expression of an emotion . You may use the list of emotions as a help in guiding your observations. For each instance that you describe , answer these questions : What elicits/causes the emotional reaction (Caregiver takes away a favorite toy, smiling mom arrives, loud clap of thunder, for example).
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