AS Psychology Attachment Revision Notes

AS AQA attachment revision notes for

Attachment- Stages, Evolutionary theory, Learning theory, Types of attachments, Deprivation, Privation, Daycare + Studies 

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Attachment is measured according to:
1. Separation anxiety the child becomes anxious when the caregiver is
absent
2. Reunion behaviour the child's response when the caregiver returns
3. Stranger anxiety the child's ability to distinguish between the caregiver
and someone else
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Longitudinal study in natural environment
Observations & diary records
Study consisted of 60 babies in Glasgow; visiting them monthly for the first year and then returning again at 18 months.…read more

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Pre-attachment (0-2 months): Little discrimination between familiar && unfamiliar people
Attachment in the making (2-7 months): Recognition of familiar people but on stranger
anxiety
Specific attachment (approx.…read more

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Infants may have stronger preferences than Schaffer and Emerson
allow for
Infants show preference for mothers face within 24 hours of birth ­
BUSHNELL ET AL
Other evidence suggests recognition of mother's voice && scent in
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