Keenan: Child Development 2e - Chapter 10
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is the emotional bond which is formed between an infant and a caregiver.
refers to the processes by which an individual's emotional arousal is maintained within their capacity to cope.
Emotional display rules
are the rules which dictate which emotions are appropriate to express in a given circumstance.
Functionalist theory of emotion
stresses that emotions are adaptive processes which organize functioning in a variety of domains of human development.
Goodness of fit
refers to the fit between a child's temperament and their parents' expectations and behaviours towards the child.
are attachment relationships which fail to provide the infant with a sense of confidence and security and comprise three subtypes: infants who show an insecure-avoidant attachment typically avoid contact with the mother during reunion; infants who show an insecure-resistant attachment show a pattern of alternately seeking and resisting contact with the caregiver; infants who show an insecure-disorganized attachment seem confused or disoriented during the reunion with the mother.
Internal working model
is a mental representation of the infant's relationship with their primary caregiver.
are a form of mental representation which includes knowledge of what kinds of behaviours and emotions are appropriate to a particular event or situation.
Securely attached infants show only minimal disruption during separations from the caregiver and positive affect on reunion with the caregiver.
refers to the function of the caregiver as a refuge and source of comfort from which to explore their environment.
A self-conscious emotion
is the term given to emotions such as guilt, shame, envy, embarrassment, and pride.
refers to the parental behaviour that is consistent and responsive to the infant's needs.
is the use of another's emotional expressions as a source of information, allowing the child to interpret the meaning of events and situations.
refers to the processes by which parents, siblings, peers, and others work to shape children's behaviour.
a situation for testing attachment wherein the infant is separated from the caregiver its mother, exposed to a stranger, and then reunited with the mother in order to assess the quality of the attachment relationship.
is a fear of strangers shown by infants that first emerges around 7 to 9 months of age.
refers to constitutionally based, individual differences in emotional, motor, and attentional reactivity and self-regulation.
Theory of personal emotion
is a coherent network of beliefs about one's own emotional processes.
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