Life's First Feelings examines research techniques that open a window on infant emotions and allow scientists to explore the inner workings of a child's world. The program provides evidence that emotions serve important biological and social functions in the development of a child's personality.
The work of the following researchers is presented:
Life's First Feelings seeks to show that infants begin life with a set of survival-oriented emotions and acquire social emotions as they pass through childhood.
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Includes: Closed-captioned DVD
Produced By: Lipscomb and Wander
Total Running Time: 60 minutes