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Emotions & Motivation Emotions & Motivation PSY/355 - MOTIVATIONAL PROCESSES IN HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY Instructor:XX Student: XX Emotions, what are they? They are strong feelings as anger, fear, or anger. Emotions often can be followed by a physical reaction. We will aim with this poster to provide a fulfilled understanding of the key stages of your emotional development and how it will impact, interrelated skill set, and of course the ideas that will influence your emotional competence. Learning emotionally begins at a very young age, you will discover a variety of ranges of emotions and these emotions will evolve as you grow throughout your life. Let’s start with the foundation of your emotional development that does rely on its relationship with your parents. On the care and nurturing you receive through a positive interaction with adults you will further learn: how to express with your own words your feelings, further understand and accept the emotions of others, be able to control any negative emotions that you will face with hard situations, how to deal when you are faced with uncertainty the fear that comes with it, when you are distress you are able to calm and or self-sooth yourself and lastly, learn and control anger from your unfortunate mistakes when you are faced with failure.
Emotions & Motivation Comforted and supported when we have negative or unsettling emotions and dealing with them through a strong bond with our parents and expressing with help us be more confident and communicated fully our needs and to understand others and their needs. Our emotional competence is a long developmental learning process that is set to three interrelated competencies: 1. Emotional knowledge; emotional regulation; emotional expression. In the adolescent stage, children like yourself will usually already display a wide range of emotions in most social situations in non-verbal messages (hugging, sulking). Cognitive Development further allows children to further correlate their and others they may come in contacts emotions, circumstances will further push to their expression.

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