5 7 month olds recignize happy but not angry and fear Can recognize face motr

5 7 month olds recignize happy but not angry and fear

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suggesting they recognized that it was not in the happy category. 5-7 month olds recignize happy but not angry and fear Can recognize face motr than voice Social referencing paradigm: is exposed to two novel objects. An experimenter expresses negative emotion toward one object and neutral emotion toward the other object. Kids who were physically abused only recognize anger faster than those not Insecure Attachment (Anxious/Resistant) o Anxious o Very distressed when separated o Ambivalent on mom’s return o Wary of strangers when mom is there Insecure Attachment (Anxious/Avoidant) o Not interested in exploring o Little distress when separated o Avoids contact on return
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o Not wary of stranger Well-being goes up as people age Socioemotional Selectivity Theory (SST):As people get older, they stop trying to have All the friends, and spend their time cultivating the ones they have. How long preschoolers wait predicts school preferences o Delay-time until eating predicted self-reported and parent-reported behavior during adolescence, including: “Is attentive and able to concentrate.” “How capable is your child of exhibiting self-control when frustrated?” Disgust is associated with movements of the Levator Labii. Social Functions of Emotional Experience: Prepares the body to respond to social contingencies (e.g., anger), shifts blood from internal organs towards the hands and arms , Motivates formation of group bonds, loyalty, identity; Elicits adaptive social responses from others; Transmit coordinating information Perception-Action Model of empathy: Empathy involves simulating the emotions of others, Perception-action enables cooperation and prosocial behavior Empathy increases with: o Familiarity o Similarity : if theyre like you, more empathethic o Learning : can be taught o Salience : how real or fake o Past experience Situation selection Encourage participation in contexts that elicit desired emotions Enable avoidance of undesirable experiences Situation modification
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