Emotions in Early Development by Robert Plutchik and Henry Kellerman (Eds.)

By Robert Plutchik and Henry Kellerman (Eds.)

Show description

Read or Download Emotions in Early Development PDF

Similar development books

Agricultural Trade Reform And the Doha Development Agenda (World Bank Trade and Development Series)

Agricultural alternate reform is important to a good improvement consequence from the Doha improvement schedule. yet agricultural guidelines and the coverage reforms being reflected are fiendishly advanced, and the satan is within the information. Agricultural alternate Reform and the Doha improvement schedule builds up from the fundamental element of the price lists and different safety measures, and makes use of this data to supply an research of the big-picture implications of proposed reforms.

The Future of Foreign Aid: Development Cooperation and the New Geography of Global Poverty

The panorama of international relief is altering. New improvement actors are at the upward thrust, from the 'emerging' economies to various deepest foundations and philanthropists. whilst the character of the worldwide poverty 'problem' has additionally replaced: many of the world's bad humans now not stay within the poorest international locations.

Development and Prevention of Behaviour Problems: From Genes to Social Policy

This ebook brings jointly global major researchers from varied fields to discover the aptitude motives of the improvement of behaviour difficulties. The ebook offers theories that wish to steer public health and wellbeing, schooling and social coverage within the prevention of the expensive social issues that behaviour difficulties may cause.

Extra info for Emotions in Early Development

Sample text

Abridged from paper read at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development at Minneapolis, Minn. April 1971. In L. Joseph Stove, Smith, H. , Murphy, L. B. ), The competent infant. New York: Basic Books, 1973, 1978. Cousins, N. Anatomy of an illness (as perceived by the patient). Saturday Review, May 28, 1977. Ding, G. , & Jersild, A. T. A study of the laughing and smiling of preschool children. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 1932, 40, 452-472. Duffy, E. Emotion: An example of the need for reorientation in psychology.

The aversive reactions included distress reactions of early infancy, then wariness of the un- 1. ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTION IN INFANCY 23 familiar, then acquired fears. Parameters affecting reactions to the unfamiliar included temperament of the infant, qualities of the stimulus, nature of the encounter situation, and the baby's age and experiential history. Some reactions seemed to reflect a momentary balance between wariness or fear, on the one hand, and a tendency to explore the new object or to establish a relationship with the new person.

New York: Wiley, 1971. Katan, A. Children who were raped. Psychoanalytical Study of the Child, 1973, 28, 208-224. Krystal, H. Aspects of affect theory. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 1977', 41, 1-26. Lacey, J. , Lacey, B. C , & Moss, H. A. The visceral level: Situational determinants and behavioral correlates of autonomie response patterns. In P. H. ), Expressions of the emotions in man. New York: International Universities Press, 1963. 1. ISSUES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTION IN INFANCY 33 Levy, D.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.66 of 5 – based on 48 votes