Attachment key words

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Reciprocity
Mother-infant respond to each others signals and each elicits a response from the other
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Interactional synchrony
Mother and infant reflect both the actions and emotions of the other and do this in a co-ordinated way
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Learning theory
A set of theories from the behaviorist approach that emphasise the role of learning in the acquisition of behaviour
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Monotropic
One particular attachment is different from all others and of central importance to the child's importance
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Internal working models
The mental representations we all carry with us of our attachment to our primary caregiver
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Critical period
The time in which attachment needs to form if it's too form at all
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Institutionalisation
A term for the effects of living in an insitutional setting
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Mother and infant reflect both the actions and emotions of the other and do this in a co-ordinated way

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Interactional synchrony

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A set of theories from the behaviorist approach that emphasise the role of learning in the acquisition of behaviour

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One particular attachment is different from all others and of central importance to the child's importance

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The mental representations we all carry with us of our attachment to our primary caregiver

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