2 Emotional Development Process of learning to recognize and express one’s feelings and learning to establish one’s identity and individuality.SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT = Process of learning to interact with others and to express oneself to others.
3 Group Questions1. What are signs of healthy emotional development in teens and adults?2. What are signs of healthy social development?3. Do you think healthy emotional development is possible without healthy social development? Why or Why not?
4 Emotional Development Depends upon: IndividualityType of care the baby receivesAtmosphere at home
19 Group Questions Why is attachment important for an infant? Which aspect of attachment represents EMOTIONAL development?Which aspect of attachment represents SOCIAL development?When do you think attachment begins to be established between a parent and a baby?In what other kinds of relationships (other than parent and child) does attachment exist?
20 ATTACHMENT Babies 1st real social relationship A special, strong bond between 2 peopleREQUIRES: Physical ContactInteraction
21 ATTACHMENTHappens around the 6th monthWITH parents or caregivers
22 Harry HarlowWho is he??None of the monkeys raised by substitute mothers developed normal social relationships.
23 What happens to a child when there no one to love them? NO RESONCEThere stop responding to people or objects around them. They turn inward.
24 FAILURE TO THRIVE Baby does NOT grow and develop properly. May die from lack of Love.
25 STRANGER ANXIETYFEAR, Usually expressed by crying, of unfamiliar people8 monthsIndicator of baby’s improving memory
26 HOW BEHAVIOR IS LEARNED: Through relationships with othersDaily routineCertain behaviors rewardedMore sensitive to attitudes than wordsConsistency: repeatedly acting the same way
27 ConsitianceyNecessary for a child to identify the behavior expected by parent(s).
28 PERSONALITYTotal of all traits that are consistent in a behavior
29 INFLUENCES ON PERSONALITY Born WithEnvironmentSelf Concept
30 Group QuestionsWhich do you think has a stronger influence on a baby’s personality—heredity or personality? WHY?How do you think a baby’s personality is affected by the personality of the parents?Does this effect change if the parents are NOT the baby’s primary caregivers?If so, HOW?If not, WHY NOT?What kind of control can a person have over their own personality?By the time an individual becomes a teen, is their personality “set”?If so, WHY AND HOW?If not, what kinds of changes are possible, and how can those changes be made?
31 SENSITIVE PERSONALITY Fussy and IrritableSlow to warmReluctant to try new thingsNotice changesNew experiences may end in failure, pain, or embarrassment. Child my lose self confidence, resulting in uncertainty, insecurity
32 SENSITIVE CHILD AS an adult by become counselors or therapists Parents can help by being PATIENT, ENCOURAGEING, and providing lots of REASSURANCE
33 PLACID PERSONALITY Easy Going Less upset by changes Happy, cheerful, patient, quietAdjusts easily to new thingsMinimum of fuss and upset
34 PLACID CHILD May become peacemakers, will get along with co-workers Parents need to love, encourage, push, and challenge
35 AGGRESSIVE PERSONALITY Active and on the goResponses are extremeEats more actively, cries more loudly, kicks harderStrong willedTemper tantrumsNeeds CONSTANT parentingNeeds to be made aware of feelings and interests of others
36 AGGRESSIVE CHILD May become LEADER, SPORTS, PRESIDENT of company Parents need to impose LIMITS, LOVE, PRAISEIf this child is not limited or channeled in a positive direction, this child could get into a lot of trouble.