Occurs when an infant smiles in a response to a human face.
A common early fear, stranger wariness (also called fear of strangers) is first noticeable at about 9 months.
Which is the infant's fear of being left by the mother or other caregiver, is usually strongest at 9-14 months.
Refers to a person's realization that he or she is a distinct individual whose body, mind and actions are separate from other people.Self-awareness makes possible many new self- conscious emotions, including shame, guilt, embarrassment, and pride.
Trust versus mistrust
In Erikson's theory, the crisis of infancy is in which the infant learns whether the world is essentially a secure place in which basic needs will be met.
Autonomy versus shame and doubt
In Erikson's theory, the crisis of toddlerhood is , in which toddlers strive to rule their own actions and bodies.
Is learning by observing others.
According to cognitive theory, infants use social relationships to develop a set of assumptions that organizes their perceptions and experiences.
Refers to the "constitutionally based individual differences" in emotions, activity, and self-control.
Goodness of fit
Is the pattern of smooth interaction between the individual and the social context.
Practices involve close physical contact between child and parent.
Practices focus more on intellectual development than on physical development.
Refers to the coordinated, rapid, and smooth interaction between caregiver and infant that helps infants learn to express and read emotions.
Is an experimental device in which an adult keeps his or her face unmoving and without expression in face-to-face interactions with an infant.
Is the enduring emotional tie that a person forms with another.
Is one in which the infant derives comfort and confidence from the base of exploration provided by the caregiver.
Is the pattern of attachment in which the infant seems uninterested in the caregiver's presence or departure.
Is the pattern of attachment in which an infant resists the active exploration, becomes very upset when the caregiver leaves, and both resists and seeks contact when the caregiver returns.
Is the pattern of attachment that is neither secure nor insecure and is marked by inconsistent infant-caregiver interactions.
Is a laboratory procedure developed by Mary Ainsworth for assessing attachment. Infants are observed in a playroom,in several successive episodes, while the caregiver (usually the mother) and a stranger move in and out of the room.
Infants are looking to trusted adults for emotional cues on how to interpret uncertain situations.