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This finding confirms this age group’s preoccupation with managing their emotional displays in the face of potentially negative peer reactions. Parker and Gottman’s proposed sequence of social development has clear implications for our hypotheses about the emergence of expectancies regarding emotional expression. In terms of our proposed age groups, it suggests that school-aged children would be more aware of display rules and the expectations that accompany them than preschoolers would. In addition, school-aged children would likely have more elaborate 20 expectancies regarding the reactions of their peers to displays of emotions, particularly the negative ones involving peer derision and embarrassment.
The younger children, in middle childhood, preferred adults to peers because they feared peer derision and thought adults more trustworthy. This finding confirms this age group’s preoccupation with managing their emotional displays in the face of potentially negative peer reactions. Parker and Gottman’s proposed sequence of social development has clear implications for our hypotheses about the emergence of expectancies regarding emotional expression. In terms of our proposed age groups, it suggests that school-aged children would be more aware of display rules and the expectations that accompany them than preschoolers would.
When peers provoke their anger, they mention aggression, retaliation, yelling and swearing as typical responses. In general, their strategies with peers are more confrontational and assertive than with adults. In light of these findings, we would predict that young children’s expectancies regarding the expression of anger would be more negative when the provocateur was an adult as opposed to an equal status peer. Even preschoolers, such as Max, may be aware of this most salient social dimension when making judgments about the potential ramifications of an angry display.
A Life of Change by Noshir H. Antia