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Psychology 250 - Ward Winter 2008 KEY TERMS AND CONCEPTS FOR EXAM 2 Chapter 6 – Emotional and Social Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood Psychodynamic theories of infant and toddler personality: beliefs of Freud vs. Erikson, components of Trust vs. Mistrust psychosocial conflict; Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt psychosocial conflict Emotions as first language; basic emotions vs. self-conscious emotions; early smiles versus social smile stranger anxiety, social referencing; emotional self-regulation definition of attachment, attachment behaviors (what they look like) nature of ethological theory of attachment 4 steps in the development of attachment - Terms: separation anxiety, secure base, internal working model general nature and purpose of Strange Situation nature of four attachment classifications; caregiving factors predicting secure and insecure attachment differences in nature of father-infant and mother-infant interactions understanding infant-father attachment; results of Cox et al. (1992) and Belsky (1996) impact of early attachment on later social and emotional development debate about attachment security and infant day care – from text (pp. 155) and Lamb (1999 - READING 2) temperament - definition – three categories developed by Thomas and Chess; roles of environment & genetics stability of temperament, findings of Stifter & Fox (1990) and NYLS; goodness-of-fit model Chapter 7 - Physical
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