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Unformatted text preview: 9-30-10The strange situationSocial and Emotional DevelopmentI.First stage: Development of social responsiveness: 1 month: clearly prefer social over non-social stimulationII. Second stage: Development of attachments to specific peopleA. Usual sequence of noticeable behaviors:1.3-4 months: coo and smile more at attachment figure (AF) than stranger. Subtle preference earlier.2.6-7 months: seek proximity to AF; oriented to AF. Separation protest (cry, play disrupted). Reunion response3.8-9 months: typically show stranger anxiety4.12-18 months: exploration increases, but counterbalanced by peak in behaviors listed in #2 and #3 above5.2 years: clear decline in behaviors in #2 and #3 above6.3-4 years: separation and protest and stranger anxiety gone. Does emotional attachment decrease? If specific behaviors not gone, need to shape them out.7.Why intense behaviors begin 6-7 months? They are now capable of getting into trouble (crawling)....
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course DEP 3103 taught by Professor Lane during the Fall '08 term at FSU.
- Fall '08