What emotions do you see in Baby A and Baby B? Your choices are the six primary emotions: anger, disgust, fear, surprise, joy, and sadness.
(a) sadness; (b) anger
Psychologists study the primary emotions like anger, sadness, and joy, which are experienced by the child during the initial months of life.
The display of emotions starts from early life when a child is born. There are two kinds of emotions: primary emotions and secondary emotions. The experience of primary emotions by a child starts in the initial six months. Examples of such emotions are anger, sadness, and joy. Secondary emotions are felt by a person after the initial one and a half years. Examples of such emotions are an embarrassment, empathy, and envy.
The display of the following emotions can be observed:
The babies in the display the following primary emotions: