Observation & Development Chapter 4. Emotional Development Nita Thomason Ed. D. Nature or Nurture? Do you think emotional development is primarily a function of genetics or environment?. Emotional Development. Parenting Styles. Authoritarian Permissive Authoritative Neglectful.
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Do you think emotional development is primarily a function of genetics or environment?Emotional Development
To help children develop emotionally, the preschool teacher should be concerned with promoting positive responses and teaching management of inappropriate responses.
The emotion that results when we are physically or psychologically restrained from doing something, frustrated in our attempts, interrupted, personally insulted, or forced to do something against our will.
Remains calm in difficult or dangerous situations
irreversible and permanent
life functions stop
everyone must die
Handles sudden changes/startling situations with control
Does not withdraw from others excessively
Smiles, seems happy much of the time