Piaget Emotional Development

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2.0 BODY OF CONTENT The emotional development in middle childhood in Jean Piaget Theory those are described how the way that children are thinking developed as they are interacted with the world around them. The Piaget’s theory has four stages. For example is sensorimotor stage, preoperational, concrete operational and formal operational. Their emotions are also will increase influenced by their thinking. In the middle adolescence, they expand their understanding of fairness to include ideal reciprocity. Ideal reciprocity refers to a type of fairness beyond simple reciprocity and includes a consideration of another person’s best interest. According Piaget, the ideal reciprocity has been reached in moral development that has been completed.…show more content…
Santock (1998), defines emotion as a feeling or effect involving a combination of physiological stimulation (physiological arousal) such as heart beat rate with the actual behaviour like smile. Emotions can be classified into two categories: positive emotions and negative emotions. Emotions are categorized as positive emotions such as happy, fun, passionate and enthusiastic. While a negative emotion is composed of emotions that have a negative tone such as anxiety, anger, sadness, guilt, and so on. Children are said to be suffering from both types of these emotions simultaneously. Children control their emotions based thinking. They consider a way to not think of something sad in a way that would be happier. According to Bandura's theory states that the child's emotional development is also obtained by means of imitation. Bandura believes children to imitate behaviours observed emotions in others and make the response that never made before. How children express their emotions depends on what he had learned about the reception by the public, the most rewarding and he has learned to get something with a much simpler and faster. Feeling of sad is about lost, not getting what the child is trying to get more of what our founding, giving all of feeling and thinking how to overcome feeling of…show more content…
For example if some child can complete the test well, the child will feel happy. If it fails to make a test, they will feel sad and disappointed. For estesis sense, it namely a feeling experienced when it considers something nice or good or bad. To assess things are good or bad, there must be a level than a certain level, known as flavours. Tastes are often influenced by temperament, age, environment, and mood (feeling of) time. Art is one way to evoke the beauty. Ethical feelings a sense of morality, where it exists when someone is about to judge good or bad. The level of existing good or bad in a person affected by intuition. However, other factors that affect the disposition, age, education, religion and way of life. Religious feelings: Feelings are accompanied by religious appreciation. For example sincere feelings, resignation, shame, and others. How effective are needed to develop this feeling is to familiarize the child which is about religion, through motivation, role model, and through religious institutions. Mechanical early child is to know God is through language and through their natural responses. At first child is to know God in a simple but after getting constant guidance child is able to know what the real meaning of God. Sense of self is feeling associated with self. Feeling themselves divided into two positive senses of self (self-reliance) and negative self-feelings (not

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