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Exam 3 PSY 235
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Developmental psychologists include which of the following in their definition of emotion?
Subjective feelings, the desire to take action (overt behavior -- including facial expressions) , and the physiological correlates of feelings
Discrete emotions theory maintains that:
The basic emotions are innate and distinct from early in life. Universal = common across all cultures.
Includes: interest, disgust, surprise, happiness, sadness, anger, fear.
Each emotion is packaged with a specific set of physiological, bodily, and facial reactions. Distinct emotions can be differentiated very early in life.
The first negative emotion apparent in infants is:
Which parental practice in response to a child doing something wrong is likely to influence the child to feel guilt rather than shame?
helping the child to understand the consequences of his or her actions for others
Newborn infants' emotions are MOST frequently regulated in which way?
through other people's attempts to soothe and/or distract the baby
Which statement about children's temperament and parenting style is true?
Children with similar temperaments may exhibit different patterns of adjustment depending on the family environment.
_________ theory is primarily concerned with the survival value of particular behaviors.
The study of parent-child attachment was prompted by Bowlby's _____.
observations of children growing up in orphanages in the 1940s
When the presence of a trusted caregiver enables the infant or toddler to move away and explore the environment, the child is using the caregiver as a _____.
Behavior during which episode(s) of the Strange Situation is/are MOST indicative of the quality of the child's attachment to the caregiver?
Reunions with the caregiver
Attachment theorists believe that the MOST important contributor to the development of a secure attachment is ____.
During the Strange Situation, Maria shows little distress when her mother leaves the room. When her mother returns, Maria may look at her mother but does not typically move toward her or seek contact with her. Maria's attachment to her mother would most likely be classified as ____.
_____ is defined as initiating, inhibiting, or modulating internal feeling states:
When a stranger approaches her with a toy, Jamie looks to her mother. Seeing that her mom is smiling, Jamie takes the toy from the stranger. This example best illustrates which concept?
At 2 to 4 months of age, the infant's rudimentary sense of self is based on:
a sense that their own actions affect others
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