FCE Notes 2-5 - FCE Notes 2-5 Chapter 6 Emotional...

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FCE Notes 2-5 Chapter 6 Emotional Development in Infancy Developmental Course of Facial Expressions of Emotions Interest, Neonatal smile Present to birth Social Smile 4-6 Weeks Anger, surprise, sadness 3-4 months Fear 5-7 months Shame/shyness 6-8 months Functions of Emotions Help humans survive and adapt to environment Guide and motivate human behavior Support communication with others Social Referencing An inexperienced person relied 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” 2-7 months Developing intentional communication 3-10 months
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Emergence of organized sense of self-don’t really know the difference between them and their moms 10-18 months Creating emotional ideas 18 months-3 years Emotional Thinking 3-5 years Emotional Intelligence (Goleman)
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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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FCE Notes 2-5 - FCE Notes 2-5 Chapter 6 Emotional...

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