7: Infant Socioemotional Development

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Infant Socioemotional Development · Emotion Emotion is related to communication and behavioral organization “Biological evolution has endowed human beings to be emotional, but embeddedness in relationship and culture with others provides diver Santrock p 204. o Primary emotions Present in humans and animals Appear in first 6 months Surprise, Interest, Joy, Anger, Sadness, Fear, Disgust o Self-conscious emotions (Secondary emotions) Require self-awareness/sense of “me” Usually develop closer to 2 years old Guilt, Jealousy, Pride, Shame, Empathy · Emotional Expression and Social Relationships Smiling Social smile: as early as 4 weeks in response to caregiver’s voice Reflexive (first month,usually during sleep) Fear: maybe 3 months, usually 6-18 months Stranger anxiety: starts ~ 6 months, usually 6-18 Months Separation protest:starts ~ 7 months, peaks ~15 months Social referencing: starting around 6 months · Emotional Regulation and Coping Initially depend on caregivers to soothe (rock, sing, etc.)
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