Psych 105-ucsb-fall-2011-lecture 9-ch 10_Emotional_Development_Fall_2011_slides

Psych 105-ucsb-fall-2011-lecture 9-ch 10_Emotional_Development_Fall_2011_slides

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1 Emotional Development and Attachment Click here Overview Emotional expression Simple basic emotions „Self conscious‟ emotions Individual differences in emotional expression – „temperament‟ Recognizing and interpreting emotions Discrimination of emotions Social referencing Learning display rules Basic emotions and expressions… appear to be universal across human cultures. Same basic expressions seen across cultures Same basic expressions recognized across cultures Methods: people required to match pictures of facial expressions to matching vocal cues to emotions etc. Fear Sadness Happiness Anger Disgust Determining whether infants express emotion: Methods note: „natural‟ versus „structured‟ observation Natural observation Advantages Non laboratory setting Disadvantages Many important behaviors are infrequent Behavior may be affected by the presence of observers Structured observation BOTH REQUIRE “RATER AGREEMENT”
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