Appropriate Emotional Response

Appropriate Emotional Response - Infancy Early Middle...

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Infancy Early Childhood Middle Childhood Adolescence Pride Pride in infants is shown when they learn to crawl or walk, and receive encouragement from their parents or caregivers. Often by walking tall or continue to crawl happily around the room and smiling with excitement. Pride is displayed in children between the ages of 6-8 when a difficult or perplexing task is completed. This age group seems to want to feel the sense of pride very much, and often want to please their parents, caregivers, or teachers. Smiling, speaking with excitement are signs of pride. Pride in children in this age group often show pride when a task possibly in sports or academics is accomplished. Or when they have reached a goal. Smiling, speaking with excitement are signs of pride. Pride in adolescence would be displayed when the teenager has received an accepting letter from a college in which they applied. Smiling, speaking with excitement are signs of pride. Fear
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