- Created by: Niamh Crawford-Thomson
- Created on: 10-02-19 12:16
AINSWORTH'S STRANGE SITUATION (CG=caregiver, S=stranger)
- Developed as a way to judge the quality of a childs attachment
- Controlled lab observation
- Five catagories were used to judge...
- 1.)PROXIMITY SEEKING
- 2.)SECURE BASE BEHAVIOUR
- 3.) STRANGER ANXIETY
- 4.)SEPERATION ANXIETY
- 5.) RESPONSE TO REUNION
- The procedure had seven episodes...
- Child ecouraged to explore by the CG >> S enters and talks to CG >> CG leaves >> CG returns and S leaves >> CG leaves the child alone >> S returns >> CG returns
- RESULTS- indentified three different types of attachment types, 60-75%= secure, 20-25%= insecure avoidant, 3%= insecure resistant
- EVALUATIONS- some infants didnt fit into a particular type…