Chapter 6 - FCE 225 The Role of Emotional Competence...

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FCE 225 Temple Odom, PhD MSU 1 INFANCY: The Development of Emotional and Social Bonds Chapter 6 The Role of Emotional Competence Emotion: The physiological changes, subjective experiences, and expressive behaviors that are involved in such feelings as love, joy, grief, anger, and others. Emotional Development in Infancy Functions of Emotions Help humans survive and adapt to environment Guide and motivate human behavior Support communication with others Social Referencing An inexperienced person relies on a more experienced person’s interpretation of an event to regulate subsequent behavior. Greenspan’s Model of Infant/Young Child Emotions Self-regulation and interest in world “Falling in love” Developing intentional communication Emergence of organized sense of self Creating emotional ideas Emotional thinking
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FCE 225 Temple Odom, PhD MSU 2 Emotional Intelligence (Goleman) The ability to: Motivate oneself Persist in the face of frustrations Control impulses Delay gratification Empathize, hope
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course FCE 225 taught by Professor Odom during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Chapter 6 - FCE 225 The Role of Emotional Competence...

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