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FEAR -defined as a startle reaction plus certain withdrawing or avoiding tendencies. 1. Infancy: Visual or auditory - fear of strange faces: fear of strange voice. May become rigid or may yell out loud. 2. Childhood: Visual, auditory, tactual. Fears horrid pictures on TV, magazines:; explosions, thunder; fuzzy or strange objects. May run screaming to mother, may hide behind something or somebody. 3. Adolescence: May conceal fear with a swagger to avoid ridicule or ostracism. May talk loudly, boast, and may inhibit tendency to run. Remains with peer groups. Fears with ridicule, physical unattractiveness, inability to compete, etc. 4. Adulthood: More tendency to conceal fear. Source of fear-family, personal, business or social responsibilities. Senility and old age: Fears death, illness, being left alone by married sons, etc., inability to perform usual occupations. May be manifested in return in return to childish behavior like crying, tantrums, etc.

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ANGER -an emotion response to the thwarting of goal-seeking activity. 1. Infancy and early childhood: Anger manifested through body rigidity, screaming, striking, scratching, biting, shouting, talking back, name calling. 2. Childhood: Increase in motor and verbal resistance and in retailing behavior. 3. Adolescence: Verbal violence, (swearing, calling names, sarcasm, tongue lashing); Physical-breaking, throwing, etc. 4. Adulthood: Decreased outward manifestation of anger. May “mutter under the breath” 5. senility: petulance, sullenness, retreat, etc.

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Love -a strong predilection or liking for anything. 1. Infancy : arises thru constant contact with persons who satisfy his needs and wants, making him comfortable and relieving his distress as it arises. 2. Childhood : tendency towards another transfers from the mother or mother person to other members of the famil7y circle towards and gradually towards those beyond the immediate family group. At nursery-school or kindergarten age, this extends to playmates and ‘outside’ adults with whom he comes on in contacts. 3. Adolescence : Extends itself to more objects, persons, situations. Emotional states become more intense and more frequent. At this stage, two goals becomes important (1) those connected with financial independence and (2) those with social approval. 4. Adulthood: More restrained and controlled. Has learned to react maturedly to new situations and to modify emotional behavior. 5. Senility : deeper and more enduring.

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