288 Unit 3 Infancy Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. Meeting Social-Emotional Needs in the First Year Objectives After studying this lesson, you will be able to describe the confl ict infants must resolve in the fi rst stage of Erikson’s psychosocial theory. explain and give an example of how parents can respect an infant’s temperament. explain newborn’s social-emotional needs for interacting with caring parents and co-regulating their crying. identify ways a caregiver might soothe a baby. describe how parents can aid infant-adult interactions through “serving and responding.” list the requirements for infant attachment and explain the importance of attachment. give examples of ways infants develop self-awareness. identify helpful tips for reducing a baby’s stress. Erikson’s Psychosocial Theory Helping Infants Develop Self-Awareness Aiding Baby-Adult Interactions Handling Stress and Special Problems in Infancy In a chart like the one shown, write the main headings of this lesson. As you read, take notes and organize them by heading. Draw a star beside any words or concepts you do not yet understand. Write the objectives for this lesson on a piece of paper and then, beneath each objective, rewrite it as a question. While reading this lesson, take notes about information relating to these objectives. After reading, refer to your notes and write two to three sentences answering each objective’s question. Key Terms co-regulation self-awareness trust versus mistrust unconditional love Academic Terms inadvertently overtures predictor proximity psychosocial Lesson 10.2
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