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Título Emotions in early development / edited by Robert Plutchik, Henry KellermanLibros / Disco comp. - Libros
Autor(es) Plutchik, Robert (Autor)
Kellerman, Henry (Autor)
Descripción Física 1 online resource (xvi, 363 pages) : illustrations.
Idioma Inglés;
Series Emotion, theory, research, and experience (volume 2)
ISBN 9781483269511 (electronic bk.)


Clasificación(es) BF561.E48 vol. 2eb
W1EM668 v.2 1983
WS 105.5.E5E546 1983
Materia(s) Emotions in infants; Infants - Development; Child Development; Emotions; Child; Infant; FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Life Stages - General; PSYCHOLOGY - Developmental - General; PSYCHOLOGY - Developmental - Lifespan Development; PSYCHOLOGY - General; Emotions in infants; Infants - Development; Nourrissons - Psychologie; Émotions chez l'enfant; Enfants - Psychologie; Émotions; Kind.; Gefühlspsychologie.; Aufsatzsammlung.; Affektive Entwicklung.; Gefühl.; Entwicklungspsychologie.; ;
Nota(s) Emotions in Early Development
Includes bibliographical references and index
Front Cover; Emotions in Early Development; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; CONTRIBUTORS; PREFACE; CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1; CHAPTER 1. ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTION IN INFANCY; THE INFANT ORGANISM-ENVIRONMENT SYSTEM; EXPERIENCES CONTRIBUTING TO EMOTIONAL STYLE; BEGINNINGS OF PRECURSORS OF AFFECT; THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL ATTACHMENTS; FEELINGS AND THE SELF; IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH; PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN STUDYING EMOTION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. PRECURSORS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONS IN EARLY INFANCY; INTRAUTERINE ""LEARNING""; NEONATAL BEHAVIOR AS EVIDENCE OF ""LEARNING""
Communication during neonatal assessmentnurturant envelope as a precondition; mother's role; violation of the expectancy for interaction; preverbal communication; stages of regulation; references; chapter 3. emotions as behavior regulators: social referencing in infancy; social referencing; empirical work on infant social referencing; levels of utilization of facial expression information; social referencing and implications for emotion theory; conclusion; references; chapter 4. individual differences in dimensions of socioemotional development in infancy
Security of attachment and its affective correlatesmother-infant interaction and the development of socioemotional responsiveness; security of attachment and mother-infant interaction; research strategies and methods; conclusion; appendix: scale for assessing infant distress vocalizations; references; chapter 5. affect and intellect: piaget's contributions to the study of infant emotional development; problems with piaget's ""data"" on emotional development; piaget's database on infant emotional development; the relation between emotion and cognition during the sensorimotor period
Piaget's conceptual framework, as inferred from infants' emotional reactionsthe contribution of piaget's data to a developmental theory of the emotions; conclusions; acknowledgment; references; chapter 6. emotional sequences and consequences; the emotional triumvirate: fear, anger, and love; historical perspectives; complex, unlearned responses; developmental, maturational sequence of the three emotions; the amelioration of fear and aggression; societal implications; references; chapter 7. on the relationship between attachment and separation processes in infancy
The parent-infant relationship as a regulatortwo forms of separation hyperactivity in the same-age infant; toward a unified theory; references; chapter 8. emotions in early development: a psychoevolutionary approach; central concepts of a psychoevolutionary theory of emotions; infant ethograms; schemata; relation of psychoevolutionary theory to emotions in young organisms; references; chapter 9. emotional development and emotional education; the primary motivational/emotional systems; social learning and emotional development; the course of emotional development and education
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