Emotional social development infants
Some things you should know at the end of this lesson:
- Maternal responsivity and sensitivity
AN example of Social referencing- here Julia looks to her father for a cue as to whether it is safe to chase after the cat. According to research reviewed in your textbook, if he looks frightened, she is likely to stop, but if his facial expression is excited or amused she is more likely to continue crawling after it.->
(In case you are interested, this worked exactly as the research predicted. He laughed, she chased after the cat and Smokey (the cat) narrowly escaped through the open door.
A friend of mine who grew up in the south (though I am not sure that's relevant) told me that she had learned at a very young age to be afraid of black men. She said, "I don't recall my mama ever saying to me, 'Now, that's a black man, you be afraid of him.' It was just the way she pulled me closer to her, held my hand tighter, put me and her purse on the other side of her when a black man walked by that let me know that, in our family, at least, we are supposed to be afraid of black men - and I was, for all of the time I was a child, and didn't even know why. No black man had ever done anything to hurt me, but I was afraid of them.Attachment has been defined as an affectional bond that endures across space and time.A definition I like better is "the recognition of one person as special among all others." For example, if your mother walked into a crowded classroom and sat down, you would have an emotional response - physiologically, your arousal level would increase - if you were almost asleep, you would suddenly begin to pay a little more attention to what was going on around you. There would most likely be a psychological response; you would feel surprised and somewhat pleased to see your mom. On the other hand, none of the rest of the people in the room would notice her at all.
Infants who are 'securely attached' have successfully developed what Erikson referred to as trust.(See your textbook for a description of the different types of attachment).
Secure attachment is related to successful adjustment later in life, from showing less aggression and fewer behavior problems in preschool to better relationships as an adult.
One book I like on the correlation of attachment with later personality development is If this is love, why do I feel so insecure?"
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External (social, environmental)...by pronaturalism
Factors do alter brain chemistry in some people and also alter gene expression so that neural networks are built in maladaptive ways from alternative proportions of proteins, alternative architectures, and deficient myelination.
This latter is best seen in infant development when the primary caregiver lacks the ability to bond with the infant. Extreme cases, behaviorally, include orphaned children who receive only basic physical needs.
In these cases, the brain architecture in the emotional parts of the brain adapt to the situation by failing to develop sufficient connectivity to the frontal lobes, and hence they mature without emotional regulation skills (amygdala-dorso-lateral frontal connections)
Building Strong Foundations: Practical Guidance for Promoting the Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers
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How to understand Piketty: read him yourself — Oxford Student
The first is to applaud Piketty's work, construct some grand theory of social decline such as a new gilded age or a transition to oligarchy, and back his proposals for new taxes and regulation of wealth.
Zim: Health and education bounce back — Mail & Guardian Online
The scale of the social decline required an equally large-scale national response.
How Culture Shapes Social-Emotional Development: Implications for Practice in Infant-Family Programs
Book (Zero to Three)
Holyrood Message — Greenock Telegraph
And this despite the government stating that reversing economic, physical and social decline of communities where market forces alone won't suffice is a top priority.
The Neurobehavioral and Social-Emotional Development of Infants and Children (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology)
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New Iron App helps bridge the gap between gaming and education — WalesOnline
The past century has seen the town suffer from relative economic and social decline but there is undoubtedly an economic and cultural renaissance underway.