Santrock.dev psych.chpt 10.key terms

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  • 1. Learning Chpt 10 Goals1. Discuss basic aspects of emotion. • How is emotion defined? • What are some developmental changes in the regulation of emotion? • What constitutes emotional competence, according to Saarni?2. Describe the development of emotion through the life span. • How does emotion develop in infancy? • What characterizes emotional development in early childhood? • What changes take place in emotion during middle and late childhood? • How does emotion change in adolescence? • What are some key aspects of emotional development in adulthood?3. Characterize variations in temperament and their significance. • How can temperament be described and classified? • How is temperament influenced by biological foundations and experience? • What is goodness of fit? • What are some positive parenting strategies for dealing with a child’s temperament?4. Explain attachment and its development. • What is attachment? • How does attachment develop in infancy and childhood? • How are caregiving styles related to attachment? • How is child care related to children’s development? • How does attachment develop in adolescence? • What is the nature of dating and romantic relationships in adolescence? • What are attachment and love like across the adulthood years? Key TermsAffectionate love Insecure-avoidant babies Separation protestAnger cry Insecure-disorganized babies Slow-to-warm-up childAnxious attachment style Insecure-resistant babies Social referencingAttachment Pain cry Social smileAvoidant attachment style Preoccupied-ambivalent Socioemotional selectivity theory attachmentBasic cry Primary emotions Strange situationDifficult child Reflexive smile Stranger anxietyDismissing-avoidant attachment Romantic love TemperamentEasy child Secure attachment style Triangular Theory of LoveEmotion Securely attached babies Unresolved-disorganized attachmentGoodness-of-fit Self-conscious emotions Key People Mary Ainsworth Jerome Kagan Carolyn Saarni Ellen Berscheid Sheila Kammerman Phillip Shaver
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