Emotions involving injury or enhancement to the sense of self (2 words)
self conscious
Temperament style characterized by inactivity; mild, low-key reactions
slow to warm up
The capacity to understand another's emotional state and to feel with that person.
empathy
Early-appearing, stable individual differences in reactivity and self-regulation.
temperament
Delay of ________: the ability to wait for an appropriate time and place to engage in a tempting act.
gratification
Temperament style characterized by irregular daily routines, slow acceptance of new experiences, and negative, intense reactions.
difficult
Emotional self-________: strategies for adjusting one's emotional state to a comfortable level of intensity.
regulation
A child who reacts positively to and approaches novel stimuli.
uninhibited
Stranger-________: an infant's expression of fear in response to unfamiliar adults.
anxiety
Attachment style characterizing infants who seem unresponsive to the parent when she is present and are not distressed when she leaves.
avoidant
Temperament style characterized by establishment of regular routines in infancy, general cheerfulness, and easy adaptation to new experiences.
easy
Babies become upset when their trusted caregiver leaves.
separation anxiety
A child who reacts negatively to and withdraws from novel stimuli
inhibited
Voluntary obedience to adult requests and commands.
compliance
The self-regulatory dimension of temperament, called _________ control, involves voluntary suppression of a dominant, reactive response in order to plan and execute a more adaptive response.
effortful