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Emotional Development Emotional Development Chapter 10 Prepared by J. W. Taylor and  C. Kirkman
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Emotion Emotion Definition and components:
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Perspectives Perspectives Discrete Emotions Theory The Functionalist Approach
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Characteristics of Some Families Characteristics of Some Families of Emotions of Emotions
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Happiness Happiness Smiling is the first clear sign of happiness that infants express Young infants smile from their earliest days, but the meaning of their smiles appears to change with age Social Smiles
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Negative Emotions Negative Emotions The first negative emotion that is discernible in infants is generalized distress The interpretation of negative emotions is complicated by the fact that infants sometimes display negative emotions that seem incongruent with the situation they are experiencing
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Fear Fear The first clear signs of fear emerge at around 6 or 7 months, when unfamiliar people no longer provide comfort and pleasure similar to that provided by familiar people Separation anxiety
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Evidence of Fear Evidence of Fear in Young Children in Young Children
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Separation Anxiety Separation Anxiety
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Anger Anger
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Self-Conscious Emotions Self-Conscious Emotions Feelings such as guilt, shame, embarrassment, and pride that relate to our sense of self and our consciousness of others’ reactions to us Guilt vs. shame: structural emotions
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Depression Depression The rate of clinical depression, which is 3% prior to adolescence, is 15% or higher from age 15-18. .. An addition 11% of U.S. youth experience less serious symptoms of depression Children with depression frequently exhibit behavior problems
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Depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day, as indicated by either subjective report (e.g., feels sad or
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course PSYCH 210 taught by Professor Kirkman during the Fall '10 term at CUNY Hunter.

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