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Socio-emotional (Spiritual, Social, Emotional)-Child And Early Adolescence. Pn.

Norasikin Binti Ismail




Muhammad Hafiz Bin Masron Muhammad Fitree Bin Mohd Fuhaad Aiminadiah Binti Ab Mubim Najwa Adibah Binti Bukhari

Emotion are an expression of feeling which show a readiness for action

That may mean that the individual continues with an action already started, or modifies it or even changes it

a) Basic emotions: • • • • • • • • Joy Anger Surprise Fear Interest Distress Disgust Sadness .


12 month Age 3-6 years 1.2 years .Birth-6 month 7-11 years 7.

.Birth-6 month Shows sign of almost all emotion from birth Begins to smile socially Begins to laugh as an expression of happiness Shows facial expressions of happiness with familiar carers.

especially in a situation with strangers The child will avoid unfamiliar or uncomfortable situation The child needs a secure base.7.12 month Anger and fear increases. provided by those who care for them The child can become distressed or withdrawn in unstable situation .

2 years Feelings of selfconsciousness appear but depends on the presence of others Social smile appears Is very dependent on adult .1.

6 years They show more self-conscious emotions and these are clearly linked to self-esteem They use their developing language to express emotion They begin to conform in social contexts. even when this is against their emotions .3.

11 years Feelings of selfconsciousness become integrated with inner standards for right action Internal strategies for emotional selfregulation are evident and these can be adjusted to situations Conformity to and conscious awareness of displays of emotion improve .7.

Eriksan defined 8 stages of human emotional development from baby to adult. . in every stage there will be +ve and –ve attitudes that will lead to psychological adjustment problem due to the emotional conflict. According to him.

 Conflict: Trust vs Mistrust of Emotional Development  Characteristic    Build trust Build non-believe feelings when the needs are not being fulfill -ve behavior towards others .

 Conflict: Autonomy vs Shame/ Doubt of Emotional Development  Characteristic     Power maniac Desire to be independent Shy Afraid of making mistakes .

 Conflict: Initiative vs Guilt of Emotional Development  Characteristic      Fast learner Fast movement Alert to the right or wrong doings Feeling bad when being laughed Rebellious .

 Conflict: Industry vs Inferiority of Emotional Development  Characteristic      Conquering desire Desire to be succeed Basic physical and social skills Being appreciated Inferior when being criticised .

 Conflict: Identity vs Crisis Identity of Emotional Development  Characteristic      Self understanding Crisis identity Sensitive towards physical changes and appearance Develop positive intrapersonal Emotional development .

 Conflict: Intimacy vs Isolation  Characteristic  of Emotional Development Fear of commitment  Trying to establish identity  Mutuality of devotion .

 Conflict: Generativity vs Self-absorption of Emotional Development  Characteristic  Middle adulthood  Generativity and stagnation  Selfish.return on their investment  Need to be needed  Overextension illustrates the problem  Tendency of rejectivity  Midlife crisis .

 Conflict: Integrity vs Despair of Emotional Developmen  Characteristic       Late adulthood Develop ego integrity Preoccupied with the past Presumption Malignant tendency Generosity of spirit .

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