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1 Emotional Development II Emotion Regulation and Temperament Lecture 10 Outline s Regulating emotions s Temperament s differences in emotion and its regulation Regulating Emotion s Emotional self-regulation is a process of changing several aspects of emotions s Internal feeling states s Cognitions s Physiological processes s Behavior Regulating Emotion in Children s Caregiver regulation s Limit exposure to stimulation s Soothe or distract the baby s Early Self-regulation Behaviors s Gaze aversion s Engage in repetitive self soothing behaviors Regulating Emotion in Children s Preschoolers’ self-regulation s Play by themselves s Less likely to seek comfort s Talk about feeling rather then simply venting s Negotiate ways to resolve situations Happens because of: 1. Brain maturation 2. Changes in parents expectations Regulating Emotion in Children s School-aged children’s self-regulation s Use cognitive strategies to control emotion s Select appropriate strategies s Distinguishing controlled versus uncontrolled situations
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