By Michael Lewis PhD
Winner/m-/William James e-book Award, Society for common Psychology (APA department 1)
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This is related to group membership, cultural factors, and historical factors. These are usually grouped together under the general topic of socialization. Socialization can imply a process involving action on a passive child by others who surround him. What is referred to is a broader idea than the child being acted on. In our studies, everything indicates that the child both is acted on and is acting on. The child helps to create his own world. All of this is going on within the context of the values of the family.
First, observation of these emotions requires not only measuring a facial expression, but measuring bodily and vocal behavior as well. Whereas the earlier emotions can be observed readily in specific facial configurations, these new emotions require measurement of bodily behavior. Embarrassment, for example, is best measured by such signs as smiling, nervous bodily touching, and short duration head and gaze aversion. The second point is that although these emotions require self-referential behavior, they require few other cognitive abilities.
The doctor and the white coat are associated with an inoculation and pain. The child therefore responds with a fear emotion to the anticipated pain. Later the child may remember and associate pain simply with the words “going to the doctor,” or the child may not remember or associate the event until an event triggers the memory, such as being in the doctor’s office or seeing the doctor’s face or white coat. Moreover, by 4 years of age the child has a self-representation and therefore experiences her fearfulness behavior in context.
The Rise of Consciousness and the Development of Emotional Life by Michael Lewis PhD