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Unformatted text preview: wChapter Ten: wChapter Ten: Emotional Development Early emotional development Early emotional development Early emotional clues are important for development Crying-Initially means physical discomfort-Shows distress as baby gets older Early emotional development Early emotional development Types of cries ◦ Hunger cry: Rhythmic cry –“Neh” sound ◦ Angry cry: Variation of rhythmic cry with extra air forced through vocal chords ◦ Pain cry: Sudden, loud crying without preliminary moaning-sometimes hold breath afterwards-Rrrrr” sound Frustration cry: 2-3 drawn our cries with no prolonged breath holding-Try to prevent distress ◦ Try to prevent distress Smiling and laughing ◦ First smile: 3-6 weeks old ◦ Involuntary smiles: usually when sleeping-First to appear ◦ Waking smiles: Voluntary smiles-Begin by giggling at baby-After feeding-When they hear caregiver’s voice Smiling and laughing ◦ 2mo: start smiling at faces they know ◦ 4mo: laugh out loud ◦ 6m old: begin laughing at the unexpected-shows cognitive development When do emotions appear? When do emotions appear? Emotions involving the self ◦ Self-conscious emotions Ex. Embarrassment,empathy,envy-Need self-awareness to show these emotions-Begins between 15-24 months ◦ Self-evaluative emotions Ex. Pride,shame guilt By age 3 Empathy: Feeling what others feel ◦ Begins during 2 nd year and increases with age-Can respond to another child’s distress ◦ Need social cognition-Ability to understand what others are thinking Temperament Temperament A person’s characteristic disposition, or style of approaching and reacting to people and situations....
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