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LC 2.2 Normal Emotional Development


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Sensori-motor
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development occurring between 0-2 years
Pre-operational
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development occurring between 2-7 years
Concrete operational
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development occurring between 7-12 years
Formal operational
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development occurring from 12 years
Sensori-motor
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development based on learning through actions and sensation
Pre-operational
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development where objects begin to be classified
Concrete operational
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development where the conservation of mass, length, weight and volume is understood
Formal operational
The stage of Piaget's four stage model of cognitive development where abstract reasoning takes place
Depression
Insecure attachment leads to [________] in girls
Conduct problems
Insecure attachment leads to [_________] in boys
80%
An Adult Attachment Interview during pregnancy predicts the attachment relationship with the infant with [__]% accuracy
Endorphines
Regarding emotional development, [_________] positively regulate gene expression
Dopamine
Regarding emotional development, [_________] is powerfully associated with cell growth in the brain
Cortisol
Regarding emotional development, high levels of [______] inhibit brain growth
Attachment theory
A theory by Bowlby stating that an infant needs to develop a relationship with at least one primary caregiver for social and emotional development to occur normally
Secure
Attachment pattern: Uses caregiver as a secure base for exploration. Protests caregiver's departure and seeks proximity and is comforted on return, returning to exploration
Avoidant
Attachment pattern: Little or no distress on caregiver's departure, little or no visible response to return, ignoring or turning away with no effort to maintain contact if picked up. Low self-esteem
be with children in hospital
Regarding emotional development, in the interest of improving the quality of attachment, caregivers are now allowed to [__________]
High self-esteem
Secure attachment in infancy is associated with long standing [__________]
Sensitivity
Regarding emotional development, warmth as a parental attribute is less positive than [________] in promoting a secure attachment relationship