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(Psycho)Social Development: Emotion and Personality
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Emotions (Larson et al., 2002) Early adolescence Downward shift in emotions – more negative and fewer positive states Greater instability in emotional experience Late adolescence downward shift slows and levels
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Emotions Cross-Age Stability (Continuity): similarities across the adolescent period Contribution of stress to daily negative emotions does not change markedly Adolescents’ degree of emotional sensitivity to stress Emotional experience and adjustment (self-esteem, problem behaviors) Underscores significance of emotional
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Emotions Cross-age Differences (Discontinuity) Decline in downward emotion ceases around Grade 10 “Bottom” emotional level still positive Equally experienced by males and females Females greater increases in within- person variability Females report more frequent experience of positive affect
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Emotions Downward trend is not universal Individual trajectories Ego-resilience as a potential protective trait Ability to modify one’s behavior in
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course PYSC 521 taught by Professor Dr.zarrett during the Spring '11 term at South Carolina.

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