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- Children are biologically pre-programmed to form attachments in order to survive.
- Study of imprinting in animals - mainly developed Lorenz' study on birds.
- Believed that attachment behaviours are innate/adaptive.
- Maternal deprivation can lead to:
- reduced intelligence
- increased aggression
- affectionless psychopathy
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- Social Learning Theory.
- Children are more likely to imitate the people they perceive as similar to them - Bobo doll experiment.
- Behaviour is picked up from other people in social settings.
- For example, a teen may pick up "slang" from their peers and the people they spend time with.
Further details on Albert Bandura's experiment in Social Learning Theory card set.
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- Proposed that the process of classical conditioning (based on Pavlov) was able to explain all aspects fo human psychology.
- Denied completely the existence of the mind or consciousness.
- Believed that all individual differences in behaviour were due to different experiences of learning.
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