Chapter 6 Child Development in Diverse Families Power Point Slides

Chapter 6 Child Development in Diverse Families Power Point Slides

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Primary Intersubjectivity Synchronous interactions Coordinated Disruptive
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Obstacles to Intersubjectivity Maternal Depression Obstacles to intersubjectivity Depressed mothers are less sensitive to their infants emotional cues and this unresponsiveness can be transferred to the baby. Overtime, infants learn to disengage from stressful unresponsive interactions with their mother (the baby will not protest or fuss)
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Maintaining Intersubjectivity Babies have a deeply ingrained need to be emotionally connected to others and this need may be accounted for a particularly interesting and very common infant behavior- Pouting Emotional Regulation Pouting evolutionary
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Intersubjectivity and the Brain Mirror Neurons: Special brain cells that fire when an individual sees or hears another perform an action, just as they would fire if the individual were performing the same action.
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Mirror Neurons Imitating facial expressions Importance of imitation
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II. The Infant-Caregiver Emotional
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course FSW 281 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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Chapter 6 Child Development in Diverse Families Power Point Slides

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