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Chapter 10 Guided Notes

Chapter 10 Guided Notes - Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 10...

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Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 10 Guided Notes Emotional Development I. Emotional Development a. Emotions Subjective responses to experience b. Nature and nurture II. Infancy a. Crying i. Learn emotional regulation Initiating, maintaining, and altering emotional responses b. Smiling 1
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Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 10 Guided Notes c. Basic emotions i. Development of emotions follows predictable order ii. Related to brain maturation III. Emotions in Early Childhood a. Self-Evaluative Emotions compare self against what is socially ok i. Requires knowledge of socially accepted behaviors ii. Socialization learning the rules of society iii. Social referencing iv. Internalization b. Emotional language IV. Emotions in Middle Childhood a. Improved emotional understanding in self & others b. Difference between experiencing & expressing emotions i. Display rules c. Improved self-regulation of emotions 2
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Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 10 Guided Notes d. Empathy V. Emotions in Adolescence a. Time of emotional turmoil?
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