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2610_6 - Emotional Development Professor Mikels 09.14.2009...

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9/14/09 1 1 Emotional Development Professor Mikels 09.14.2009 2 Announcements Discussion Sections on Friday Review session for Exam #1 No reaction responses Study guide will be posted by Thursday 3 Today’s Plan Theoretical Perspectives The Levels of Affect The Emotion Process Discrete versus dimensional perspectives Positive versus negative emotions Emotional Development Happiness Negative emotions
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9/14/09 2 4 Ecological Systems Theory Urie Bronfenbrenner (1917-2005) 3. The Exosystem Influential contexts outside of the child’s microsystems (e.g., parents’ work) 4. The Macrosystem Overarching cultural or social class context (e.g., values) Chronosystem Temporal dimension 5 Macrosystem Exosystem Mesosystem Microsystem Individual Child School Peer groups Home link link Parents’ Workplace Community Service Cultural Norms Laws Chronosystem 6 Sociocultural Theory Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934) Emphasis on sociocultural context The role of social interaction
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9/14/09 3 7 Sociocultural Theory
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