2. • Emotion derived from Latin word emover which
means stir up.
• Emotion is a stirred up state of an organism.
• Emotion is the product of perception.
• The core of emotion is feeling.
• Emotion may be either positive or negative.
• Humor is positive emotion and anxiety is negative
• Emotion may be constructive in nature or
destructive in nature.
3. Characteristics of Emotional Development
• Emotions are frequent. They express common
emotional expressions like anger, joy, fear etc.
• Emotion is related to concrete objects.
Children need a concrete object for the
occurrence of emotions.
4. • Each emotion is temporary in nature. There is
shift in emotional expression rapidly. If the child
is in an unpleasant mood, he get a chocolate
• Children cannot hide their emotion. They does
not bothered the social situation where they
• As the child grows the strength of the emotion
varies. Intensity of the emotional expression is
5. • Late Childhood
• Child cannot control their emotional expressions
in social situations. They express their emotion at
the time of the perception.
• Emotional expressions become less diffuse,
random and undifferentiated. The emotion
cannot be spread to other social situations. There
is a mixture of emotional expressions related to a
particular stimulus and cannot be differentiate it.
Eg. Excitement is accompanied by fear
6. • Emotions are expressed in the absence of
concrete objects. In this stage the child
needn,t any physical object to express his
• Emotions are most contagious. Because
children are most suggestible and dependence
on others. The emotional expressions he share
7. • Cannot hide their emotions.
• As the child grows the
strength and intensity of
the emotion varies.
• An adolescent person has undergone a lot of
stress and strain-ful situations.
• We cannot understand him by his overt
• They learn to hide their emotions from others.
• So it is very complex to identify the individual.
9. 2.Development of abstract emotions
• They needn’t any
concrete objects to
express their emotions.
• It is highly individualized
and can’t be identified it
10. 3.Emotional feelings are
• The social contacts of an individual are more
• He is related to classmates, elders and young
people, emotionally attached heros etc. the
influence of all these which sharpen their
• They develops an integrity about their past
experiences and future expectations.
• So they become more patient and tolerate any
delay in their life circumstances.
11. 4. Bearing of emotions
• They can tolerate stress
and tensions in various life
• So they develop a sense of
12. 5. Capacity of sharing emotions
• They have a tendency to consider others
feelings and share their emotions to others.
• Sharing of emotions reaches its peak at this
• Satisfication of others is important.
• So they engaged in the activities of others and
take role for others.
13. 6. Loyalty expands
• Their social contact expands to neighbors and
other social organizations.
• So they maintain a loyalty towards others.
14. 7. Realism in emotional experiences
• He entered into the world of reality.
• He becomes aware of his strength and
• This awareness reflect in their emotional
15. 8. Reviewing hopes and aspirations
• It is period of high expectation for his future.
Some realistically hard-work for it.
• So they feel a positive emotion in it.
• Others engaged in day dreams, fantasy or
remain in illusion.
• Later they became unrealistic.
16. 9. Tolerance of aloneness
• Develop a feeling of aloneness.
• So they like to be alone in homes.