Attachment - Key Words

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Affectionless PSychopathy
A term used by Bowlby to describe people who don't show concern or affection for other people and show no or very little remorse or guilt
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Asocial Stage
Stage from 0-6 weeks where infant may respond to faces or voices but an attachment has not been formed.
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Attachment
Two-way enduring emotional tie to another person.
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Contact Comfort
The physical and emotional comfort that an infant receives from being close to its mother.
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Continuity Hypothesis
The idea that early relationships with caregivers predict later relationships in adulthood.
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Stage from 0-6 weeks where infant may respond to faces or voices but an attachment has not been formed.

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Asocial Stage

Card 3

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Two-way enduring emotional tie to another person.

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Card 4

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The physical and emotional comfort that an infant receives from being close to its mother.

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Card 5

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The idea that early relationships with caregivers predict later relationships in adulthood.

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