AED-202 wk 7 check point

AED-202 wk 7 check point - Running head: APPROPRIATE...

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Running head: APPROPRIATE EMOTIONAL RESPONSE 1 Appropriate Emotional Response Anna Borsick AED-202 January 6, 2012 Kai Walker
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APPROPRIATE EMOTIONAL RESPONSE 2 Appropriate Emotional Response Appropriate emotional responses for Infancy – Early Childhood – Middle Childhood – Adolescence. Anger ~ Signs in children are frowns and anger expressions; children also have behaviors that could possibly lead into retaliation toward the person that made them angry. Fear ~ Fear shows in a child’s face, a scared expression on the child’s face and in the body language will be apparent. Children that are scared tend to withdraw from their circumstances. Other physical attributes are sweating and tense body postures. Anxiety ~ Signs that show a child is anxious are frequent worrying and a total avoidance of the source of anxiety. Shame ~ Signs of embarrassment, attempts to withdraw from attention, as well as looking down and away from other people are all signs to look for in children that feel shame. Infancy ~ An appropriate emotional response for an infant that is angry may
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