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Week 10 Take Note HD 115 Tuesday, October 30, 2007 I. Emotional and Social Development Continued A. Emotional Development 1. Self-Regulation a. Self-regulation is the child’s ability to regulate its own emotions. b. A child’s level of language and cognitive development helps regulate his/her emotions, particularly negative emotions. Scaffolding helps children to label their emotions and to start talking about them. The temperament of the child effects the development of emotional self-regulation. c. Children that are emotionally reactive have more difficulty regulating their emotions than calm children that do not experience negative emotion as intensely. d. Kids need to learn regulation strategies from their parents. 2. Self-conscious emotions are emotions that are linked to self- evaluation. As children develop a greater self-concept, they experience self-conscious emotions including guilt, shame, and pride. a. It is more adaptive for parents to focus on how to improve on performance than on the worth of the child. b.
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