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Social and Emotional Development
Babies first YearSlide2
is the process of learning to recognize and express one’s feelings and learning to establish one’s identity.Slide3
is the process of learning to interact with others and to express oneself to others.Slide4
The two kinds of development are related because each influences the other.
How you feel about yourself will influence how you react with others.Slide5
Three factors that can affect a childs’
The baby’s individuality traits
The type of care the baby receives
The atmosphere of the homeSlide7
Most babies find close, gentle contact
very comforting. They feel secure when a caring parent holds, strokes, and pats them.
Holding the baby during feedings, rocking the baby when he/she is fussy, and taking the baby for a walk can help the baby develop a sense of comfort and trust.
The baby begins to trust the parents and caregivers to supply these needs. Slide8
The emotional climate of the home is how it makes the baby feel.
Babies will catch the feelings of others in the home. If there is a lot of stress and anxiety, the baby will be upset and fussy. If family members are playful and happy, the baby will be happy as well.
A baby can tell if it is genuinely loved and cared for.Slide9
Comforting techniques to quiet a crying baby -
Cuddle up with the baby in a rocking chair
Move the baby to a new position
Talk softly to the baby or sing to the baby.
Offer a toy to interest and distract the baby
Place the baby face down across your legs as you sit.
Offer the baby a pacifier, a favorite toy, or blanket.Slide10
A newborn experiences only two emotions
Contentment or pleasure
Pain or discomfortSlide11
Emotions in the first year =
Social Development follows a general pattern. Most babies develop following the pattern at certain stages within a range of time. Slide14
Around six months of age a baby understands they are a separate person
Then they begin to develop a special bond between themselves and parents and caregivers.
This is the baby’s first social relationship
Physical contact is vital to forming good social relationships as a baby but also affects socialization the rest of their life.Slide15
Harlow’s experiment with monkeys
Monkey shaped forms substituted for baby monkeys real mothers
All baby monkeys clung to the mothers even though they were just a form.
Once grown up the monkeys with a form mother did not relate or interact with other adult monkeysSlide16
Failure to Thrive
A condition in which the baby does not grow or develop properly when not given love or attention.
Stranger Anxiety – a fear of unfamiliar people.
An important sign of social development
Usually occurs around 8 months of age
Indicates improved memorySlide18
Influences on Personality – the total of all the specific traits that are consistent in an individual’s behaviorSlide19
A child’s personality is influenced by their self-concept.
Self-concept – a persons feeling about himself
Self-concept is influenced by the way parents and others treat
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