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The First 2 Years: Psychosocial Development Ch 7 Emotional Development 1. Infants’ Emotions a. At first, the only infant emotions are… b. The first social smile appears at about _____ weeks of age. c. Infants begin to laugh somewhere between _____ and _____ months d. Anger is evident by about _____ months e. Fear emerges about _____ months 2. Toddlers’ Emotions a. Anger and fear are less _______________but become more _______________ b. New emotions … 3. Self-Awareness … 4. Temperament … a. The New York Longitudinal Study b. Three dimensions of temperament … c. Goodness of Fit … Theories of Infant Psychosocial Development
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Psychoanalytic Theory 2. Behaviorism 3. Cognitive theory 4. Sociocultural theory a. Enthotheory b. Proximal and Distal Parenting The Development of Social Bonds 1. Synchrony … 2. Secure / Insecure Attachment a. Insecure / avoidant … b. Insecure / resistant or ambivalent … c. Disorganized … d. Secure … 3. Social Referencing – 4. Fathers’ Involvement … 5. Infant Day Care a. Worldwide, about _____% of infants are cared for by someone who is both trained and paid to do so b. In the U.S., only _____% of infants are cared for exclusively by the mother for the first year...
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