Attachments plan

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  • Created on: 21-05-13 19:35
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  • Attachment  -an emotional bond reciplicated between 2 peeps.
    • Learning theory
      • Classical
        • UCR-cry, UCS-food, NS-mother, CS -mother, CR- food
      • Operant
        • Hungry-drive state, parent bring food- drive state reduuction + prim forcer .     -associate mother reward so cry
      • Harlow monkeys- Reductionist.
    • Evolutionary theory
      • SCCAMII
        • Minesota longitudal, MCcarthy women, Hazen + shaver
        • 21/2 years + Konrad Lorenz
        • Critcal/sensitive- Ruuter romainian children
    • Types of attachment
      • Ainsworth+Bell 1970 SSC MACCOBY releases 66%secure,22%avoidant,12%resistant
        • Isabella caregiver sensitivity, Kaganchid temperant hyothesis
      • TAKAHASHI- 68% secure 32% resistant (90% not carry on)
        • Meta-analysis Monotropy- Thomas good to have one bond ? caribean mixed bonds   Tronick- multiplee bonds in the Pygmie tribe= still one bond
    • CCM
      • 44 theives study- 86% affectionless, some still experienced seperation
        • Bowlbys TB (contradicts) + cause & effect mixed up. No actual way to measure seperation
      • Robertson - Boy John   Robertson- hospital mothers
    • privation
      • 24 adopted,15 restored= correlation better social for those adopt, both trouble outside homes
      • Attrition + confounding= (random allocation)
      • Rutter Romanian- still could form attachments + longer to adopt harder developed
      • Genie + attachment disorders - show irreversible depending on age.
    • Impacts
      • social devel
        • Belsky- 20+ = more insecure -Egeland & Heister more bad for secure
      • Agression
        • EPPE + Sammons 20 + more agressive NIICHD- rude attention seeking
      • EPPE -cog devel, mixed backgrounds, reverse anti social, type of pre school important
      • Peer relations
        • Field + campbell more time by age of 3 1/2 more liekly to participate = sociable
    • implications
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