attachment studies

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Feldman and Eidelman 2007
reciprocity
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Brazelton 1975
interaction as a dance where each partner responds to each other's moves
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Feldman 2007
interactional synchrony defined as the temporal co-ordination of micro level social behaviour
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Meltzoff and Moore 1977
interactional synchrony ( on of three facial expressions displayed by the adult)
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Isabella 1989
interactional synchrony important for the development of mother infant attachment
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Isabella 1989
observed 30 mothers and infants together - assessed the degree of synchrony and quality of mother infant attachment
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findings
hiigh levels of synchrony were associated with better quality mother infant atachment
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ATTACHMENT FIGURES
Shaffer and emerson found that majority of the babies attached to their mothers first at 7 months and within a few weeks or months attached to secondary attachment such as the dad.
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Parent infant attachment 1
Shaffer and emerson found that majority of the babies attached to their mothers first at 7 months and within a few weeks or months attached to secondary attachment such as the dad.
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2
75% of the babies attached to their fathers by the age of 18 months and was seen when they protested when their father walked away.
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the role of the father
Grossman 2002 ( longitudinal study - parents behaviour and its relationship to the quality of children's attachment into their teens)
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FINDINGS
quality of infant attachment was related to children's attachment in adolescence and the quality of fathers play in infancy was related to adolescence attachment
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Fathers as primary carers
Tiffany Field 1978
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Procedure
Filmed face to face interaction in 4 month old babies with primary caregiver mother, secondary caregiver fathers and primary caregiver fathers
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Findings
Primary caregiver fathers spent more time smiling and imitating and holding infants than the secondary fathers. shows fathers can take on mother behaviours too
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