P 132 understand early development and emotiional

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Understand the role of the still-face paradigm. (p. 132) Understand early development and emotiional regulation. (p. 131-132) Be familiar with the learning points from the video on page 135. Understand the relationship between traits and easy and difficult temperaments, as summarized in table 4.3. (p. 144) Understand the role of oxytocin in early social bonding. (p. 139) Understand temperament and its role in attachment. (p. 145) Understand what goodness of fit means. (p. 145) Be familiar with Bowlby’s attachment theory. (p. 151-152) Undestand the cross-cultural influence on infant attachment. (p. 151-152) Understand Main’s research using the AAI to assess the quality of attachment that parents have with their children. (p. 153-154) Understand the concept of intergenerational transmission. (p. 153-154) Be familiar with the role of stability in infant attachment. (p. 155-156) Understand the learning points regarding infant mental health and the role of helping professionals. (p. 157-158) Understand the research regarding the age of entry and the amount of time spent in day care. (p. 159)
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HSCO 502 Understand the charactertics of the 4 parenting styles. (p.180-182).
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