Emotion.Development

Emotion.Development - EmotionalDevelopment ExploringEmotions

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Emotional Development §   Exploring Emotions §   Development of Emotion §   Temperament
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What Are Emotions? Feeling or affect in a state or interaction  characterized by: Behavioral expression Conscious experience Physiological arousal Functionalist View of Emotion: Individuals’ attempts to adapt to specific contextual demands Relational Exploring Emotions
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Developing Emotional Regulation   Exploring Emotions As one ages or matures:    Regulation shifts from external sources to internal resources. Cognitive strategies for regulation and ability to shift focus increase. Ability to effectively cope with stress increases. Develop greater capacity to modulate emotional arousal. More adept with age at selecting and managing situations, relationships.
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Development of Emotion Development of Emotion Early emotions: Present in humans and other animals Appear in first six months of life Surprise, joy, anger, sadness, fear, and disgust Self-conscious emotions: Appear in first 18 months to 2 years Acquire and use society’s standards and rules Empathy, jealousy, and embarrassment 
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Infant Crying Development of Emotion Basic cry: Rhythmic pattern usually consisting of cry, briefer silence,  shorter inspiratory whistle, and brief rest. Anger cry: Similar to basic cry, linked to exasperation or rage, with  more excess air forced through vocal chords. Pain cry:   Sudden appearance of loud crying, no preliminary  moaning; stimulated by high-intensity stimulus.
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Infant Smiling Reflexive smile:   Does not occur in response to external stimuli.  Occurs during first month after birth, usually during  sleep.
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