• Rozwój emocjonalny od niemowlęctwa do dorastania. Kierunki rozwoju kompetencji emocjonalnych i problemów emocjonalnych

Rozwój emocjonalny od niemowlęctwa do dorastania. Kierunki rozwoju kompetencji emocjonalnych i problemów emocjonalnych

  • Autor: Dale F. Hay
  • Wydawca: Difin
  • ISBN: 978-83-8270-019-0
  • Data wydania: 2021
  • Liczba stron/format: 192/B5
  • Oprawa: miękka

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Książka przedstawia przegląd wszystkich aspektów rozwoju emocjonalnego od niemowlęctwa do okresu dojrzewania, od zachwytu, zaskoczenia i miłości do gniewu, niepokoju i strachu. W podejściu chronologicznym w każdym rozdziale skupiono się na konkretnej emocji i omówiono teorie i badania związane z jej rozwojem, od potencjału emocjonalnego niemowląt do zmian w rozumieniu siebie i własnych emocji w okresie dojrzewania. Autorka łączy klasyczne podejście do różnicowania rozwojowego z teorią emocji różnicowych, tworząc kompleksowy podręcznik o unikalnym podejściu do tematu, prezentujący szereg badań łączących emocje z biologicznymi podstawami i wczesnymi doświadczeniami.

Ta obszerna książka zawiera również omówienie różnic w temperamencie, psychopatologii rozwojowej, regulacji emocji i rozwoju zrozumienia emocjonalnego oraz przywiązania. Pozycja ta jest doskonałą lekturą dla studentów psychologii rozwojowej, psychologii zdrowia, pomocy społecznej i pracy socjalnej, a także dla wszystkich, którzy uczestniczą w szkoleniach z zakresu rozwoju społecznego i emocjonalnego. Z pewnością zainteresuje również praktyków zajmujących się psychologią edukacyjną i kliniczną oraz psychiatrią dziecięcą.

Spis treści:

1. Więcej niż uczucie: Badanie emocji i ich rozwoju
2. Niepokój i zachwyt w niemowlęctwie
3. Zaskoczenie i wstręt
4. Strach i lęk
5. Złość: Walka lub ucieczka
6. Szczęście, radość i uniesienie
7. Czułość, miłość i zazdrość
8. Empatia
9. Wstyd i poczucie winy
10. Posłowie

Piśmiennictwo

Dale F. Hay
Emerytowana profesor psychologii rozwojowej na Uniwersytecie w Cardiff. Prowadziła duże badania podłużne mające na celu zrozumienie pochodzenia zaburzeń rozwojowych. Wykłada psychologię rozwojową, ze szczególnym naciskiem na rozwój społeczny i emocjonalny, psychopatologię rozwojową i metody badań rozwoju.

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