Emotional Development in Middle Childhood

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Department
Human Develop & Family Studies
Course
HDFS 212
Professor
G T
Semester
Fall

Description
Emotional Development in Middle Childhood Self-ConsciousEmotions - Pride - Guilt EmotionalUnderstand - Explainusinginternalstates - Understandmixedemotions EmotionalSelf-Regulation - Motivatedbyself-esteemandpeerapproval - Emotionalself-efficacy CopingwithStress - Problem-CenteredCoping o Usedwhensituationisseenaschangeable o Identifythedifficultly o Decidewhattodoaboutit - Emotion-centeredcoping o Usedif problem-centeredcopingdoesnotwork o Situationisseenasunchangeable o Internalprivatecontrolof distress Selman’sStagesof PerspectiveTaking Level Name Age Level0 Undifferentiated 3-6 Level1 Social-Information 4-9 Level2 Self-Reflective 7-12 Level3 Third-Party 10-12 Level4 SocietalAdult 14-Adult ▯ Development of DistributiveJustice EQUALITY–5-6YEARS MERIT–6-7YEARS BENEVOLENCE–around8YEARS ▯ GrowingMoralUnderstanding - Socialconventions: o Conventionswithvswithoutaclearpurpose o Considerintentionsandcontextof violations. - Moralrules: o Considerintentionsandcontextof violations - PersonalMatters: o Recognizesareasof personalchoice,relatetomoralrules o Recognizelimitsonchoice ▯ MoralEducation CharacterEducationApproach - Emphasizesmoralcharacter - Identifiesacommonsetof moralvirtues CognitiveDevelopmentalApproach - Emphasizesmoraljudgment - Identifiescomponentsof moralthinking o Interpretingsituation o Reasoning o Moralmotivation o Convictions–moralcharacter ▯ ▯ PeerGroups - Formedfromproximity,similarity - Adoptsimilardressandbehavior - Peerculture - Rela
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