Emotional Development: Forces that Drive Emotions

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Emotional Development: Forces that Drive Emotions

The Forces At Work

Developmental Stages Developmental Stages are an essential driving force amonst all kids particularyly in the adolescent stage. This is the stage of psychological crisis, where children experience lots of confusion about gender, the opposite gender and will face other issues related to the teenage stage. During this adolescent stage, kids:1.Learn to answer your questions in a satisfactory manner, 2. Begin to know more about self., 3.Face some role identity issues, 4.Rebellious nature surfaces when confronted with an issue, 5.Experience self doubt, 6. Become self-conscious about the appearance. 7.Seek true intimacy. 8. Prefer to be isolated.Look out for a long lasting and genuine friendship

Psychoanalytic theorist have viewed emotions as instinctual drives such as fear, pleasure or anger!

SchoolSocial and economic and issues have the tendency to make the most confident child feel as though they are in capable of performing to the high demands that the school environment requires. Effective teachers promote the best fit between the personal learning and goals and a classroom. These teachers provide accommodations for students based on their skill level. Helps students gain skills making a more confident student who is emotionally balanced. In addition to academics in school, teenagers have the desire to achieve and they are also concerned with appearing to competitive or unattractive by gender stereotype to be standard femininity.

FamilyThe concept of emotional, competence is basically states that children are a reflection of their parents feelings of efficacy. It is often found that if a parent thinks highly of their child and that their child is good that their children tend to have feelings of success. Adversely, children whose parents feel like their children are out-of-control they feel like they are unsuccessful as parents. Parents with these feelings typically deliver negative messages such as teasing or joking and make attribute that tend to lead to students misbehavior. Children's resistance to Parents control is to directly linked and predict misbehavior. Research shows that the most effective parenting style for school age children is authoritative parenting. This type of parenting offers acceptance and approval and affection to children's, it also treats children's interest problems as if their meaningful, gives children reasons for rules and helps enforce limits fairly, use non-coercive forms of discipline such as denial of privileges, takes into account that the child’s opinion in decision-making. Children of authoritative parents tend to uphold high standards of behavior.

TemperamentTemperament of a child can determine their emotional disposition in the sense of a person's characteristics. Temperament helps us understand why people respond to people task. And describes the emotions and reaction to events. These reactions are usually quite stable over a lifetime. Temperament in middle childhood is determined by activity level approach extroversion attention fear of flexibility/adaptability. Temperament is also biased among genders boys between the ages of 10 of 14 have higher probability of positive moods and activity level where as girls are rated higher than boys on attention. Page 154.A students temperament and emotions are usually a stem of their household and when they entered the classroom they have to adjust to the new setting. Temperament can help us this is how adaptable and positive things are how regular they are in their habits and how focus they are.

Community and CultureCulture affect emotional development and the interpretation of meaning of emotion is community settings. Although basic human emotional experiences remain similar across culture. Emotions are often shaped by the community in the culture that they reside in for example in some communities it may be appropriate to do certain things with that are not appropriate others. People from diverse cultures are likely to respond effectively and different ways to the world around to their own.

The Forces At Work


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