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Emotional and Social Development, the 1 st Year. November 15, 2011. Good Morning! 4/8/14. Today’s Agenda: Emotional and Social Development 1 st year Intellectual Development 1 st Year Thursday: Test on all areas of the 1 st year Physical Emotional and Social Intellectual.

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good morning 4 8 14
Good Morning! 4/8/14
  • Today’s Agenda:
    • Emotional and Social Development 1st year
    • Intellectual Development 1st Year
  • Thursday:
    • Test on all areas of the 1st year
      • Physical
      • Emotional and Social
      • Intellectual
emotional development
Emotional Development
  • The process of learning to recognize and express one’s feelings and to establish one’s identity as a unique person.
  • Healthy development = adult with self-confidence, who can handle stress, shows empathy toward others.
social development
Social development
  • The process of learning to interact with others and to express oneself to others.
  • Healthy development = adult with tolerance for others, who can communicate well and listen to others points of view before acting.
emotional social development
Emotional-Social Development
  • Connected to each other
    • Child’s feelings about himself/herself and behavior toward others depend on one another.
  • Begin at birth and continue throughout life
  • Many influences shape the development
    • Bond between child and parent
    • Atmosphere of the home
    • Temperament of the child
attachment
Attachment
  • A bond between a parent or caregiver and the child.
  • Babies need physical contact – holding, cuddling, rocking and being near a person
  • Famous studies – Harlow study
babies who don t receive care
Babies who don’t receive care
  • Research has shown babies who are abused or neglected (fail to receive love, touch, and opportunities for learning) had brains 20-30% smaller than average
  • Result = Failure to Thrive
    • Condition in which the baby does not grow and develop properly
  • Not helped – become unattached
  • Helped – trust the world, growing attachment
emotional climate of home
Emotional Climate of Home
  • Smile – someone smiles back
  • Parent/caregiver emotions affect the baby’s mood and feelings
    • Up and down – unstable
    • Tense – baby becomes fussy and tense
temperament
Temperament
  • Style of reacting to the world and relating to others
  • Researchers have 9 different ways of looking at temperament
  • High and low – greater or lesser amount of that trait
  • Person looked at as all of the traits together
9 areas of temperament
9 Areas of Temperament
  • Intensity – Strength of emotional responses to events
  • Persistence – Determination to complete an action
  • Sensitivity – Strength of reactions to feelings (comfort, food, etc.)
  • Perceptiveness – Awareness of surroundings
  • Adaptability – Ease of adjustment to change
temperament continued
Temperament continued
  • Regularity – Tendency to follow routines/patterns
  • Energy – Level of physical activity
  • First reaction – Ways of facing new situations
  • Mood – Typical mood – cranky, happy
let s review
Let’s Review!
  • What are the 3 influences on emotional and social development?
  • What is temperament?
  • How does the environment the parent’s create affect their baby?