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Emotional Development Click here Overview Emotional expression Simple emotions Complex emotions Recognizing and interpreting emotions Discrimination of emotions Social referencing Basic emotions… universal? Fear Sadness Happiness Anger Disgust
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Emotional expression in infancy Birth - 6 months Interest Joy Sadness/ Distress Anger Can be spontaneous, and evoked by imitation – defined in terms of features Do Infants FEEL Emotions? “Positive” Emotions Expressions (e.g. smiling) linked to positive events from very early (2 months) Negative emotions Expressions (fear/distress, anger/sadness) not linked to negative events until later (6-7 months) Positive emotions By 2 months Social smiles – directed at other people Non social contexts Smile when they control a happy event such as causing a mobile to move
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Fear/distress Show “distress” facial expression from beginning But “Fear expression ” in fear situations does not becomes distinct at 7 months Visual cliff
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