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1 Emotional Development I Expressing & Understanding Emotions Lecture 9 Outline square6 Today… square6 Expressing emotions square6 Understanding emotions square6 Next time… square6 Regulating emotions square6 Individual differences in emotion and its regulation: Temperament square6 Attachment theory Expressing Emotions square6 What Are Emotions? square6 Subjective reactions square6 Have 3 components square6 Cognitive square6 Experienced as pleasant or unpleasant square6 Physiological square6 Bodily reactions square6 Behavioral square6 Facial expression square6 Parents think newborns express a wide range of emotions square6 These interpretations might be accurate… or not! Expressing Emotions in Infancy square6 Parents think newborns express a wide range of emotions square6 These interpretations might be accurate… or not! square6 Researchers created elaborate coding systems to objectively identify babies’ facial expressions Expressing Emotions in Infancy Coding Adult Facial Expressions square6 Ekman’s 6 basic (primary) emotions Anger, fear, disgust, surprise, joy, sadness square6 Distinct facial expression square6 Universal square6 Evolutionarily adaptive
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2 Babies’ Emotion Expressions square6 Positive Emotions square6 1 st month: reflexive smile square6 3-8 weeks: smile in reaction to external stimuli square6 2-3months square6 Social smile square6 More likely to smile at people square6 Happy when they control events Expressing Emotions in Infancy square6 7 months: smile at familiar people square6 Positive Emotions square6 4 months: laughter in reaction to physical stimuli square6 By age 1: laughter is a
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