devtest3 - 16:08 *Journalassignment:...

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16:08   ****    Journal assignment: due Nov 29 (Tuesday after thanksgiving) male and female in each age group name on every page 1.5 page for each child. (roughly 3 paragraphs) paragraphs for each topic ( 4 descriptions) integrade what you see with what you know ex: separation anxiety, joint attention, ect.  competencies: for ex: making eye contact compare – contrast-  (have children with different broad differences) **separation protest- pg 295
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16:08 Chapter 10: Emotional Development- Personality - there is a biological component to personality Tempermant: - An individuals enduring emotional response and behavioral style Observed in infancy and is stably present in some form through out life - An aspect of personality that is inherited - Chess and Thomas: Easy child Positive mood Difficult child Cries Slow to warm up child
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16:08 Low activity level Kagan – did the most to solidify that there is a biological basis to personality Inhibition ( dear/boldness) High inhibition- shy, timid Low inhibition- extraverted, bold Rothbart and Bates   *  (use these for journal)  * Extraversion/surgency Positive emotion, active, fearless Impulsive Negative affectivity   Frustration, fearful Effortful control (self-regulation) High control- able to regulate emotion Low control- intensely emotional Emotions: Feeling or “affect” when engaged in interaction
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16:08 Charles Darwin Facial expressions are the same in all cultures around the world Therefore they are innate ( not learned ) BUT Display rules are NOT universal Culture governs when, where, and how emotions should be expressed Functionalist view Emotions are signals.  (correlate facial expressions with words. (ex im upset. With a  frown) Emotions are relational (vs strictly internal, intrapsychic phenomena) Drive behavior (fear….flight) Emotions Defined by Campos as “Social” Feeling, or “Affect”, when in important interaction
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16:08 Film: The Medicated Child Joseph:  diagnosed in preschool- teachers made complaints diagnosed with ADHD. Started taking meds at 4 and took him off at age 8. Was off for  24 hours, and was then diagnosed with bipolar disorder.  DJ: Diagnosed at 4. Had rages that lasted half a day. Went on meds when he was around 4.  Jessica: Diagnosed at 5. Started taking meds, instead of referring her to counseling to cope with  her father leaving and bullying, the dr. just put her on meds.  Regulating emotions: Diagnosing “bipolar disorder” and other conditions in young children Anti- psychotic medication
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16:08 Emotions Feeling or “affect” when engaged in interaction Development of emotion Primary emotions Interest, joy, surprise, anger, sadness, fear, disgust
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