describe and evaluate Bowlbys theory of attachment

Describe and evaluate Bowlby’s theory of attachment

 

Bowlby’s theory of attachment states that attachment is due to nature. He says a child has to make an attachment during the critical period of 3 years, or else this will have serious consequences later in life. He also states that the effects of deprivation are irreversible (making an attachment and then losing it at a later date) and wouldn’t be able to form healthy adult relationships. This also applies with privation (when they make no attachment at all), Bowlby believed in monotropy. This is the

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describe and evaluate Bowlbys theory of attachment

Describe and evaluate Bowlby’s theory of attachment

 

Bowlby’s theory of attachment states that attachment is due to nature. He says a child has to make an attachment during the critical period of 3 years, or else this will have serious consequences later in life. He also states that the effects of deprivation are irreversible (making an attachment and then losing it at a later date) and wouldn’t be able to form healthy adult relationships. This also applies with privation (when they make no attachment at all), Bowlby believed in monotropy. This is the

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