1. What is privation?
- Separation from the caregiver
- Failure to form any attachment at all
- Where a child spends a part of their life in an orphanage or children's home
- Success of forming an attachment within the critical period
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2. How did Bowlby describe the amount of time a baby has to form an attachment with its primary attachment figure (normally the mother)?
- Critical period
- Maternal deprivation
- Time of attachment
3. According to Bowlby's theory of attachment, what is Monotrophy?
- The idea of that forming an attachment is an innate tendency
- The idea of forming many attachments
- The idea of forming one attachment
- The physical or behavioural features of a baby that make the adults want to care for the baby.
4. What are the 3 types of attachment (according to Ainsworth's Strange Situation)?
- Insecure, Insecure Rejection and Insecure distress
- Insecure, secure and indifferent
- Secure, Insecure Avoidant and Insecure Resistant
- Secure, Really Secure and Really Really Secure
- Insecure, secure and avoidant
5. What did Ainsworth want to test in her experiment, "The Strange Situation"?
- Secure base, stranger anxiety, separation anxiety and reunion behaviour
- Secure base and emotional support from caregiver
- Separation anxiety and reunion behaviour
- Monotrophy and the internal working model