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Chapter 7

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PSYC 2290
Debra Lall

Chapter 7 Trust vs. Mistrust  Infant Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt  Toddlerhood  Resolved when parents provide guidance and reasonable choices  Do not criticize child Basic Emotions  Happiness, interest, surprise, fear, anger, sadness, disgust  Promote survival in all primates Social Smile  Between 6 and 10 weeks baby smiles at parent talking Stranger Anxiety  Common fear response to strangers Secure Base  Familiar caregiver who is a point from which to explore  Go into environment then return for emotional support Social Referencing  Seeking emotional info from trusted person Self-Conscious Emotions  Guilt, shame, embarrassment, pride  Involves injury/enhancement to sense of self Emotional Self Regulation  Strategies to adjust our emotional state to a comfortable level so we can accomplish our goals Temperament  Early differences in reactivity and self regulation  Reactivity is speed and intensity of emotional arousal, attention, motor activity  Self regulation modifies reactivity Easy Child  40 %  Quickly establish routines, cheerful, adaptable Difficult Child  10%  Irregular routines, slow to accept new experiences, react negatively and intensely Slow to Warm Up Child  15%  Inactive, mild reactions, negative mood, adjusts slowly Effortful Control  Ability to supress dominant response to execute more adaptive response  Regulate reactivity Inhibited/Shy Children  React negatively/withdraw from novel stimuli Uninhibited/Sociable Children  Display positive emotion an
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