276 Unit 3 Infancy Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. The Social-Emotional World of Babies Objectives After studying this lesson, you will be able to identify the three main aspects of social-emotional development. differentiate between high-reactive infants and low-reactive infants and then identify three parenting behaviors (environmental factors) that infl uence high-reactive children’s temperaments. explain the meaning of “serve and return” in infant-adult relationships and give an example of a positive and a negative interaction. describe how babies develop focused attachment. explain the roots of four emotions—love, fear, anxiety, and anger. give examples of social-emotional developmental milestones children might achieve in the fi rst year. Organize your notes for this lesson according to the three aspects of social-emotional development. In the middle circle of a chart like the one shown, write Aspects of Social-Emotional Development. Then, draw three outer circles labeled disposition, social relations, and emotions. For each note you take, place it next to the circle to which it most closely relates. Skim this lesson, paying close attention to the figures included in each section. For each figure, write a one- to two-sentence prediction about how the figure illustrates a topic covered. Then, after reading, revisit your predictions and update or correct them to reflect what you learned. How well do the figures illustrate the concepts in this lesson? What other figure options might expand your understanding of the concepts? Aspects of Social-Emotional Development Disposition Social Relations Emotions Lesson 10.1 Key Terms age-appropriate behaviors anxiety attachment attachment behaviors disposition emotions high-reactive infants low-reactive infants separation anxiety temperament Academic Terms intrusive precedes siblings
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