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    healthy and appropriate emotional response for a child in infancy, early childhood, middle childhood

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    This job identifies what you believe is a healthy and appropriate emotional response for a child in infancy, early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence. It then counters the acceptable behavior with an inappropriate display of emotion for each stage of development.

    Happiness

    Anger

    Fear

    Sadness

    Please give examples of healthy emotions (at least 2-3 each) for each age group and then give at least (1-2) of an inappropriate emotion for each age group.

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    Happiness
    infancy (0-11 months)-cooing, smiles (healthy); crying, no response (inappropriate)
    early childhood (1-4 years)-smiling, laughing (healthy); cooing, no response (inappropriate)
    middle childhood (5-10 years)-smiling, laughing, hugging (healthy); acting out, no response (inappropriate)
    adolescence (11-21 years)-smiling, laughing, singing (Healthy); acting out, no response (inappropriate)

    Anger
    infancy-crying, screaming ...

    Solution Summary

    This job offers examples of behavior for each stage of development.

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