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Chapter 6

Emotional intelligence A concept proposed by Goleman that includes such abilities as being able to motivate oneself, controlling impulses and delaying gratification, empathizing, hoping, and regulating of one’s mood to keep distress from overwhelming one’s ability to think
Interpersonal intelligence The ability to understand other people
Intrapersonal intelligence Correlative ability turned inward, the capacity to form an accurate veridical model of oneself, and to be abel to use that model to operate effectively in life.
Person permanence the notion that an individual exists independently of immediate visibility
Social referencing the practice whereby an inexperienced person relies on a more experienced persons interpretation of an event to regulate his or her subsequent behavior.
Disorganized/Disoriented infants (pattern D attachments) seem to lack coherent coping strategies during separation episodes and upon parental return, they indicate confusion and apprehension toward their mothers.
Insecure/avoidant infants (pattern A attachments) ignored or avoided the mother on her return.
Insecure/resistant infants (pattern C attachments) were reluctant to explore the new setting when they entered the playroom and would cling to the mother and hid from the stranger.
Reactive attachment disorder (RAD) children who are emotionally withdrawn or inhibited, who rarely look to others for comfort or react when comfort is given, and who show no preference for a particular caregiver
Separation anxiety An infant’s fear of being separated from the caregiver, demonstrated by distress behaviors.
Child abuse is defined as nonaccidential physical attack on, or injury to, children by individuals caring for them.
Multiple mothering an arrangement in which responsibility for a child’s care is dispersed among several people.
Neglect is defined as the absence of adequate social, emotional, and physical care, and neglect can occur regardless of socioeconomic status.
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