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Chapter 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
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Activity Write down four emotions. Turn to the person next to you: without saying anything display the emotions you have recorded one at a time. Ask your partner to record the emotions he/she sees. Switch roles. How did you and your partner do? What helped (or hindered) understanding of the emotions you were trying to convey? 2
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Emotions in Infancy Interest, distress, disgust present at birth Emotional expressions are similar across cultures Degree of expressivity varies by culture 3
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Interpreting Infant Emotional Expressions Expressions may help to regulate emotion as basic expressions are modified and better controlled with age -- adaptive If displays are innate, facial expressions may occur without accompanying cognitive referents -- reflexive Two Different Views 4
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What Are Emotions? 5 APA definition: A complex reaction pattern, involving experiential, behavioral, and physiological elements, by which the individual attempts to deal with a personally significant
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 1402 taught by Professor Held during the Fall '11 term at Texas Tech.

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