Emotions Experienced
Emotion Regulation
Understanding Other's Emotions
100

Basic emotions such as distress, interest and disgust are exhibited.

Infancy & Toddlerhood

100

able to delay emotion expression

Infancy & Toddlerhood

100

can be empathic toward victims in faraway places 

adolescence

200

children become able to accurately judge responsibility and therefore guilt.

middle childhood

200

Not moody, feel positive most of the time, more boredom, drowsiness, and social discomfort.

adolescence

200

understand a few basic emotion words. Positive emotion words are learned before negative.

Infancy & Toddlerhood

300

depression is identifiable

early childhood

300

ability to judge controllability of the situation allows them to select the best copying strategy.

Middle childhood

300

emotion contagion is present, mimic others' facial expressions

Infancy & Toddlerhood

400

complex emotions such as envy and embarrassment emerge. Social emotions that involve moral judgement.

Infancy & Toddlerhood

400

intense crying and tantrums abate.

early childhood

400

ability to accurately discuss and label emotions continues to grow

middle childhood

500

more venerable to social evaluation emotions, such as embarrassment 

adolescence

500

understand copying strategies help relieve strong emotions

early childhood

500

empathy and affective perspective talking improve as they learn to label and talk about emotions

early childhood

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