This chapter looks at the major perspectives that form the basis for personality and sociocultural development during early childhood. Topics covered include coping habits, aggression, prosocial patterns, the consequences of peer interactions, and continuing development of self applied. Children learn to manage a variety of feelings and feelings. Quite to mental development is the child's potential to handle anxiety and stress. Fear is a reply to a specific situation and panic is a generalized psychological state. A kid may experience regular and constant feelings of unease, often without knowing why. Children can be help cope with fear and anxiety by parents reducing unnecessary stress, being a role model, seeking specialized help.