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baby day summary

gail only uses under 18 months as otherwise they realise when they are being laughed at etc = upset
5 month old
object permament tasks = failed, but showed how hard it was to run as found mic for example more interesting
started child care young = no fear of strangers
currently interested in other kids (cousins her age) but no interactions yet
dogs in the home
rolling = need for baby proofing, but can now chose what toy to play with
anti-tech
exposing to hebrew but mum and dad not bilingual
exploration of everything in her mouth
association of music with sleep

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emotional development includes

experiencing, managing and expressing emotions

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the effects of social media

cannot restrict in older kids
what are the consequences for younger kids
social comparisons = more self-conscious
eg gail daughter all friends are always having so much fun
broader exposure to stuff = mixed bag
competing for parents attention
dangers of attention seeking behaviour

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early milestones in emotional development
-positive emotions

by 2 months - smiling after controlling events
by 3 months - social smile
by 7 months - mostly smile at familiar people
smiling increases during first year of life

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early milestones in emotional development
-negative emotions

first month - general distress only
around 7/8 months
-stranger anxiety (peaks around age 2)
-separation anxiety (don' get this if put in child care at an earlier age)
shots research - some scream alot but no cortisol reaction

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social referencing

using others for clues about how to feel / act in certain situations
(shot example should maybe go here)
by 12 months show wariness when caregiver acts afraid

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social referencing video

visual cliff experiment
baby crawl to drop, mum looks scared, baby backs off
mum now smile = baby tries to cross gap

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events that elicit social referencing

bday parties
strangers
minor injuries
insects - potential for how phobias spread
also basis for hypochondria
social influence - parent is afraid of something, baby too
little distinction though is shoen between smile and neutral so fear drives behaviour more

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when does self-awareness occur

18 months
show mirror self-recognition
reason why get more difficutl after this - aka terrible 2s
want to dress themself but cant etc

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video for developing self-awareness

spot of lipstick on 9 month old nose
in mirror girl looks but not familiar - so wont wipe lipstick off herself
18 month knows it is her in the mirror so knows to wipe the lipstick off her nose

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what else occurs around 18 months

concern with standards
-upset if shirt has missing button or something is dirty
-doing things by self
self-conscious emotions occur
-pride (self-first)
-embarrasment (start to show when centre of attention)
-guilt (associated with empathy for others, desire to undo behaviour)
shame (focus on self, feel like hiding)

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cultural influences on children - in a collectivits culture

pride discouraged for individual achievement
-related to strong modesty normms
parents promote shame and guilt for not fulfilling social obligations
instead pride in the group

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modesty video con li

poem wll kids learn
permissible white lies in asia / collectivist
modesty lie - should not take credit / tell truth, should lie and hide it
modesty lie study in china
p1 = story about a little girl who tidies up trash in school yard, headteacher asks if she did it, girl = no. little girl shown this story = good isn't a lie or the truth is something else
P2 little girl cleans up herself (unprompted), headmistress asks who cleaned it, little girl = don't know and if asked if it was her replies no
ran in toronto, P2 girl doen't offer help, P1 = very bad to lie, parent says it is important to get recognition for what she did

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chinese exception to modesty

are allowed to show off but only in the context of offering to help

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featured article - understanding surprise

can young children use probability in their inferences about surprise
ages 4-7yo
exp 2 - gumball machines - one mainly red and the other mainly blue
which girl is surprised
7yo get right, 6 no better than chance. but if 6yo prompted (social scaffolding) then right
result only (two prompts, belief = girl think vs probability = which colour does the girl have a chance of getting)
probability (not belief) prompt led most children to get this correct (is an example of scaffolding)

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what is tempermament

bio based individual differences
-fearful distress/ inhibition
-irritable distress
-attention span and persistence
-activity level
-positive affect / approach
-rhythmicity

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tempermament and parenting

bad tempermament = needs better parenting to overcome, but able to overcome
good tempermement = less susceptible to parenting, way more liekly to be just good naturaly

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tempermament findings

MZ = more similar than DZ
can predict behaviour problems
-high levels of fearful inhibition and anxiety
-lack of fearful inhibition and conduct disorders
can lead to different environmental influences
-so what looks like parenting effects = tempermament

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how infants try to manage their emotions

self-soothing
distraction
seek out support
rething meaning of event

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rumination

one of the biggest factors associated with depression
being with other people can make it worse
give depressed person who is ruminating a really boring task to do = become less depressed as ruminating thoughts blocked (task distracts them from rumination)

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strategies for expressing emotions

minimization - when really angry, act irritated
maximization - act more tired to try avoid work
masking - show poker face
substitution - feel anxious, look happy

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ability to hide emotions by age...
how was it shown

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children given dissapointed presents
some could mask their dissapointment - lots of variation, may be some gender differences (girls better than boys)
control - get parents to ask kid the truth (to double check kide doesn't love the shit present)

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socialization of emotion management

see others do
see what others get approval and disapproval for - includes gossip
parent child discussion of emotion

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control of behaviour video

3yo jacob
mean monkey always choses the sticker you want
does jacob learn to deceive. 3yo = no
4.5yo patrick - knows to lie/ deceive so he can get the sticker he wants

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delay of gratification video

marshmallow task
ability to wait = predictor of happiness, popularity, SAT etc
so how do we help our kids develop self-discipline
one = doesn't look at marshmallow
4 ate within a minute
twins - one within 11 seconds, other licked played etc but didn't eat

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some more findings of the marshmallow task

predicts long term academic outcomes
children can be taught strategies for delay of gratification - pretend it is just a picture
children won't delay gratification without trust
children wait longer if told teacher will find out

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video human capacity for cooperation

child help experimenter trying to pick up paper balls = litte girl picks balls up to help
little boy helped stack tiles
experimenter never thanked children
if kid already helping then reward = helped less
kid who did not have a tendency to help but then helped and got rewarded
little girl left her playing to help. then gives experiemnter advise = you need to be more careful
also she will use knowledge only she has to help pthers = helping or showing off?
note the use of strange contraptions / paradigm to test against knowledge / experience kid may already have

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research application - how can we promote prosocial tendencies and reduce antisocial tendencies

work together to achieve common goal
help children infer what they can do
eg teacher makes fun of child making a mistake = socialises that to be a correct response

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attachment

infants form emotional connections with specific people
normally mum first then dad pretty quickly after

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bowlby view

infant has inborn attachment system
helps protect the child
-child motivated to stay close
-crying and smiling bring caregiver closer
response to long term separation
-at first protest, then despair (self-comfort), detachment (emotionally unresponsive, avoid new attachment)
not true for all kids, but true for most
political problem - long term separation