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Human Development (2020) 64 (3): 119–124.
Published Online: 03 November 2020
... and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Developmental psychology Emotion Emotion understanding Functionalist theory Infancy Commentary Human Development...
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Human Development (2020) 64 (3): 108–118.
Published Online: 02 November 2020
... – 119 . 10.1111/1467-9507.00150 0961-205X 36. Halberstadt , A. G. , Dennis , P. A. , & Hess , U. ( 2011 ). The influence of family expressiveness, individuals’ own emotionality, and self-expressiveness on perceptions of others’ facial expressions.   Journal of Nonverbal...
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Human Development (1997) 40 (2): 74–86.
Published Online: 21 January 2010
... Development The Handbook's Back Pages - and Ours1 William Damon Brown University, Providence, R.I., USA Keyw ords Biological maturation Change and continuity Cognition Culture Developmental theory Emotion Intellectual history Language Learning Morality Perception Social behavior Abstract...
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Human Development (1995) 38 (2): 71–102.
Published Online: 20 January 2010
... to emergent order. How do fluc­ tuations invade and reorganize cognition through interaction with emotion? Emotioneliciting fluctuations include any change in perception or cognition [Mandler, 1975; Scherer. 1984], the direct sensory input of emotionally significant events [Buck. 1985], or the registration...
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Human Development (1991) 34 (3): 143–159.
Published Online: 15 January 2010
..., 1967], Emotionally repressed people are sparse in their emotion vocabulary. Gender differences occur in usage [Sommers and Scioli, 1986]. A manic-depres­ sive such as Virginia Woolf shifts rapidly between polar opposites [Haviland. 1984]. These written emo­ tion statements seem to symbolize...
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Human Development (1989) 32 (5): 279–299.
Published Online: 08 January 2010
...Gisela Labouvie-Vief; Julie Hakim-Larson; Marlene DeVoe; Steven Schoeberlein Both throughout history and in current philosophies, two modes of thought and self-regulation have been documented: one that is intuitive, subjective, and emotional, and one that is rational, objective, and logical...
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Human Development (1977) 20 (5): 253–276.
Published Online: 18 December 2009
... crying uncontrollably. Mary is at a loss as to what s disturbing her so, but feels emotionally shaken herself in sensing the intensity of the girl s trembling. She is immediately reminded of Barbara and her neighbor and fears this is another case of marital discord. Later, however, she finds out...
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Human Development (2003) 46 (2-3): 104–108.
Published Online: 17 March 2003
... or young children react emotionally to novelty biases the development and activation of cognitive processes that are involved in the interpretation and appraisal of social events [Fox, Henderson, & Marshall, 2001]. Differences in reactivity in the first year of life provide a starting point...
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Human Development (2000) 43 (3): 135–156.
Published Online: 30 June 2000
... socialization, and are then directed and shaped throughout life by reflection and by our experience. The description of the model is buttressed by research results, including a study of narratives collected from working class African-, European-, and Mexican-American men and women. Emotion Gender Moral...