18_Emotion - MQ#4 Summary Kids Day Samantha's motor skills...

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MQ #4 Summary – Kids Day Samantha 's motor skills. She was distracted by all the different things in the room such as the students, desks, and stairs. This shows that she is exploring the world in her own way , and she is very interested in learning more about the environment around her. (Emily W.) Jack was able to classify the tree as an evergreen and the dinosaur as a t-rex , showing that he understood the idea of subsets (classification). Cayla said that there were more pennies in the row that had more spaces between the pennies, an example of Piaget's conservation task . (Cathy)
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MQ #4 Summary – Kids Day Cayla exhibited a high level of social referencing shown by her continual glances at Peter before answering questions. This can almost be viewed as “asking permission” Jack , to a lesser extent, displayed social referencing when answering questions. Ella ’s actively sought an alternative way of grouping the colored shapes after the two obvious routes had been taken. Piagetian theory would argue that she is in the concrete operational stage and thus has the ability to think logically in order to find a new answer. (Kyle)
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MQ #4 Summary – Cayla Language – Cayla seemed to be on track, she confidently knew words like "rhinoceros" and "motorcycle." Memory - confidence had a lot to do with their responses, with encouragement , they were able to recall words/images Cognition - Cayla did not fully understand the concept of conservation, a characteristic of the preoperational stage . Socio-emotional Cayla - Emotional connection/reliance on dad Ella - more independent action
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Emotional Development Agenda Emotional Development Attachment styles EQ Socialization of Emotions Research/Application Learning emotions?
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Emotional Development Emotions are… Fundamentally biological Learned Able to be regulated Influenced by previous experiences Moderators of the learning process Affecting future social development
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course EPSY 236 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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