Emotional Development Infancy & Toddlerhood

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Emotional Development Infancy & Toddlerhood. April 23, 2022 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Reporter: RUTH L. PEPITO – ORILLA / MAED- SpEd_Area 5.

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Let’s Discuss!. EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT. abstract. abstract.

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abstract. abstract. The Questions we Need to Answer : How do psychologists define and classify emotions, and why are they important to development? How do emotions develop during the first two years of life?.

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Emotion is the color, music, and tie that bind us together..

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Infants are emotional beings.. abstract. abstract.

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Emotions are infant’s means of communication.. abstract.

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The 2 designated classifications of emotions according to psychologists.

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. abstract. Influences on Emotions: BIOLOGICAL Certain regions of the brain that develop early in life (such as the brain stem, hippocampus, and amygdala) play a role in distress, excitement, and rage, and even infants display these emotions (Buss & Goldsmith, 2007) ..

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. abstract. Influences on Emotions: BIOLOGICAL Certain regions of the brain that play important roles in emotion and behavior: brain stem hippocampus amygdala cerebral cortex (Buss & Goldsmith, 2007) (Bell, Greene, & Wolfe, 2010).

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. abstract. Influences on Emotions: 2. ENVIRONMENTAL Social relationships, in turn, provide the setting for the development of a rich variety of emotions (Kopp, 2011; Thompson, 2010). Embeddedness in relationships and culture with others provides diversity in emotional experiences. (Thompson & Virmani , 2010).

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. include surprise, interest, joy, anger, sadness, fear, and disgust..

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. include jealousy, empathy, embarrassment, pride, shame, and guilt, most of these occurring for the first time at some point in the second half of the first year through the second year..

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1. CRYING is the most important mechanism newborns have for communicating with their world..

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2. Smiling is critical as a means of developing a new social skill and is a key social signal (Campos, 2009)..

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abstract. Babies’ Smiles & Laughter.

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abstract. Fear as One of the Earliest Emotions.

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Temperament. Let’s Discuss!. abstract. abstract.

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