Psychology 2040A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Vocal Folds, Wrinkle, John Bowlby

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Emotion: complex behaviours involving physiological, expressive components produced in response to external/internal event. Function of emotions: serve to organize childs own beh"r, serve to initiate, maintain or terminate interactions w/others. Measuring emotions record changes in heart rate or brain activity fine analyses of child"s facial expressions or vocalization. Tiny movements in brow, eye, mouth produce facial configurations associated with emotions. Ekman/lzard: universal facial expressions for basic emotions similar across cultures: since infants display these emotions, they are innate and have adaptive value, emotion automatic from sensory feedback. Lewis/michalson: enviro event doesn"t directly produce emotion, instead child relies on cognitive progresses to asses" event. Campos/saarni: theorist, emotions are intertwined with social enviro. How it compares with past event, social rules: childs understanding of own/others emotions and how they regulate emotional arise from personal goals and interactions w/others, emotions motivate individual towards particular social actions. Emotional expression in infancy: 7 months, infant added expressions of fear.

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