2. Emotional Development - lecture outline

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Lecture Outline : Emotional Development
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What are Emotions? Involvement of the brain Discordance between puberty and brain development in girls. Functionalist view of emotions
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Understanding Emotions Importance of face-to-face communication Emotional contagion Social referencing Developmental Trends in Emotion Regulation 1. Shift in responsibility 2. Cognitive strategies increase problem-centered coping emotion-centered coping 3. Learning to minimize negative emotions 4. Greater confidence in ER.
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What is temperament? Constitutionally based individual differences in emotional, motor, and attentional reactivity and self- regulation …[which have been found to]…demonstrate consistency across situations, as well as relatively stability over time.” Temperament Dimensions 1. Easy Child 2. Difficult Child 3. Slow-to-Warm-Up Child 4. Others Link to Child Adjustment Child behavior (Bates) Peer relationships (Rubin et al.; Criss et al.)
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Reasons for link to Child Adjustment? Indicators of Personality
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