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(display rules) (4-6 years) More developments in emotional understanding . . . understanding that emotions can be provoked by mental events (reminders of past feelings) (5 years) the same situation can evoke two di ff erent emotions (mixed feelings or ambivalence) (8 years)
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10/30/12 3 It’s hard when you feel so angry. You’re going “AAAH, he’s bouncing my guy o ff there!” Right? How did the other kids feel when you shut o ff the game? It makes you sad thinking about it, doesn’t it? After you stopped the game, the other guys said, “You know, Joey wasn’t really doing so bad.” You thought you were losing, but you weren’t. causes total emotion references outcomes linking events requests for information definitions p < .05 p < .01 p < .005 p < .001 Elements of mother-child emotion conversations: (Ontai & Thompson, 2002) Validation Autonomy Support (affirmation) Constructive emotion regulation coaching Security of attachment is significantly associated with the combination of these measures of conversation quality p < .05 p < .01 Elaborative explanation (Waters, Virmani, Thompson, Meyer, Raikes, & Jochem, 2010)
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  • Spring '08
  • LEHMAN
  • Feeling, Raikes & Thompson, Ontai & Thompson

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