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By Jose Alfonso Feito, Christina Maslach

ISBN-10: 096585647X

ISBN-13: 9780965856478

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G. Saarni, 1987; Reichenbach & Masters, 1983). Socially, the negative emotions can involve substantial interpersonal vulnerability and may even lead to physical harm. It is logical to assume that these emotions would require early social regulation in the form of prohibitive display rules. They may be among the first emotions to bring about unfavorable social consequences and thus contribute to the formation of negative expectancies. Even very young children (2-3 years) spontaneously offer justifications for angry or aggressive displays, recognizing the likelihood of imminent socialization pressure (Miller & Sperry, 1987).

There is also some evidence that infants are aware that negative emotions are responded to less favorably than positive ones (Malatesta & Haviland, 1982). 21 Given these factors, we chose to focus our study of young children’s expectancies exclusively on the negative emotions of anger, sadness and fear. This will allow us to compare our findings more directly to those of Fuchs and Thelen (1988) who also studied expectancies regarding anger and sadness. Our choice of these particular negative emotions will also take on additional significance as we continue our discussion.

It is logical to assume that these emotions would require early social regulation in the form of prohibitive display rules. They may be among the first emotions to bring about unfavorable social consequences and thus contribute to the formation of negative expectancies. Even very young children (2-3 years) spontaneously offer justifications for angry or aggressive displays, recognizing the likelihood of imminent socialization pressure (Miller & Sperry, 1987). There is also some evidence that infants are aware that negative emotions are responded to less favorably than positive ones (Malatesta & Haviland, 1982).

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