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1st year - 3rd year
Stanley Greenspan
described specific emotional stages of chilren
Emotional and Intellectual Dvlpt
CANNOT be separated

they develop together
Greenspan's 6 stages of Development
1. self-regulation and interest in the world
2. Falling in Love/Intimacy
3. Intentional Communication
4. Emergence of an organizational sense of self
5. Creating Emotional Ideas
6. Starting to take Reality into account
Stage 1
Self-regulation and interest in the world
starts at birth

regulate to outside world, and develop an active interest in outside world
Basis for all emotional learning
Capacity for relationships
Two Fundamental challenges of the newborn
1. regulate itself to the patterns and sensations of life outside the womb
2. develop an active interest in the world

*Accomplish via 5 senses
do babies show a clear preference?
yes. for positions and movements
1. look and follow
2. discriminate and take pleasure in sound
3. feel and touch
4. comfort themselves
5. tune out world when rest is needed
Stage 2
Falling in Love/Intimacy

baby and mother relate

secure relationship allows for baby to reach out with confidence and pleasure
Stage 3
Intentional Communication

1. act with purpose
2. respond to others and learn that their response causes reaction
3. Identify their own needs
4. Begin to explore
5. Learn about cause and effect
Stage 4
Emergence and Organization of Self

1. further emotional dialogue
2. organize behavior
3. Role Playing and Imitation
4. Learn about Groups and Rules they need to follow
children use their emotional experiences in innovative ways
Parents Role in Stage 4
admiring supporter
Stage 5
Creating Emotional Ideas

can create images of objects/people when they are not present

1. Apply Ideas to Emotions
2. Starting to realize consequences
3. Play is organized and confident
Stage 6
Taking Reality into Account

can combine a large # of ideas/feeings into a logical sequence

1. plans ahead and follows through
2. logical and realistic sequences
Parents role in all stages
simply to enourage and support

does NOT interfere
2 weeks old (0-4weeks)
1. interact with world orally
-oral(freud) and
2. recognize primary care-giver
3. self-console and modulate
1-3 Months
1. self-reg body rhythms: sleep/wake eat/excrete
2. Regulation of arousal
3. begin attachment to caregiver
3-6 Months
1. Develops Attachment with clear preferences
2. Play develops
3. memory develops
4. motor- head/neck first, reach next, coordinate at 4-5 months
6-12 Months
1. initiates play
2. can self-entertain
3. understands/speaks 1st words
4. dvlp physical skills(walking)
5. memory-stranger anxiety
6. Object Permanence-looks for hidden object
7. imitative learning
8. self awareness, self-esteem
Postitive Sense of Self
directly related to responsive caregiving
Locomotion Development

from 7-14 months
enduring emotional bond

*important psychological catalyst for the development of trust and understanding of self*

Qualitative entity that may fluctuate. NOT all-or-none
Demonstrate early attachment
quality of response/interaction with care-giver vs stranger

undifferentiated response=attachment issues

want to see it 18months
Self consoling
in infant is indicitive of infants ability to self organize