2610_7 - Emotional Development Professor Mikels 09.16.2009...

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9/16/09 1 1 Emotional Development Professor Mikels 09.16.2009 2 Announcements Discussion Sections on Friday Review session for Exam #1 No reaction responses Study guide is posted 3 Today’s Plan Emotional development Positive & negative affect Self-conscious emotions Parental influence on pride & shame Emotional understanding Emotion regulation Competence Temperament
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9/16/09 2 4 Positive Affect Social smiles (6-10 weeks) Human-specific (3 months) 5 Ellsworth, Muir, & Hains (1993) 6 Ellsworth, Muir, & Hains (1993)
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9/16/09 3 7 Social smiles (6-10 weeks) Human-specific (3 months) Familiar companions (6-7 months) Positive Affect 8 Stranger Anxiety Following first emotional attachment 7-8 months of age (peaks 8-10 months) Decline in 2nd year Separation Anxiety Role of attachment 6-8 months (peaks 14-18 months) Negative Affect 9 Evolutionary explanation Association of certain situations with danger Cognitive-development explanation Scheme discrepancies Negative Affect
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9/16/09 4 10 Self-Conscious Emotions Secondary (complex) emotions e.g., embarrassment, shame, guilt, envy, pride Develop in 2nd to 3rd years Require self-recognition & self- evaluation 11 Self-Conscious Emotions
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course HD 2610 taught by Professor Mikels,j. during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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2610_7 - Emotional Development Professor Mikels 09.16.2009...

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