Chapter 6 slides - INFANCY: The Development of Emotional...

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INFANCY: The Development of Emotional and Social Bonds
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The Role of Emotional The Role of Emotional Competence Competence h Emotion: I Serve functions I Adaptive processes that enhance survival I Guide and motivate behavior I Support communication I Social referencing
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Social Referencing Social Referencing h An inexperienced person relies on a more experienced person’s interpretation of an event to regulate subsequent behavior.
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Emotional Development in Emotional Development in Infancy Infancy
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Emotional Intelligence Emotional Intelligence (Goleman) (Goleman) h The ability to: I Motivate oneself I Persist in the face of frustrations I Control impulses I Delay gratification I Empathize, hope I Regulate one’s moods to keep distress from overwhelming one’s ability to think
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Attachment Attachment h An affectional bond that one individual forms for another and that endures across time and space.
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What Is the Course of What Is the Course of Attachment? Attachment? h First stage (first 2 months): arousal from all parts of environment I Second stage (around 3 months): indiscriminate attachment I Third stage (around 7 months): specific attachment
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How Do Attachments Form? How Do Attachments Form? h Ethological Perspective: Adaptive for survival I Learning Perspective: Mother and baby are rewarded for closeness
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Who Are the Objects of Who Are the Objects of Attachment?
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Chapter 6 slides - INFANCY: The Development of Emotional...

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