10-11 Lecture - SESP 201 Emotional Development Chapter 10...

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                                                SESP 201:  SESP 201:  Emotional Development Emotional Development Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Wednesday, October 11 Wednesday, October 11
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    Review: Perceptual Development Touch Taste/smell Balance Hearing Vision (kinetic, binocular, pictorial depth cues) Intermodal – simultaneous input from multiple sensory  systems
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    How do infants learn? Major Points:    Infants come into this world ready to play an active role in  their own learning. Perception, motor ability, cognition, motivation and emotion  all work together to promote learning. Most important equipment: Basic perceptual and motor capacities Curiosity, attraction to novelty Ability to feel pleasure and pain Ability to form associations and memories
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    What are emotions? Rapid appraisals of the personal significance we 
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10-11 Lecture - SESP 201 Emotional Development Chapter 10...

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