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Sensitive Period
A biologically determined peroid of time during which the development of a specific response or characteristic is formed. Can take place outside this time e,g talking between 12- 18n months
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Critical period
There is a more finite period during which change can take place- more specific time something has to develop. Anything that effects this has a lasting effect.
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Positive Reiniforcement
Increases the likelihood of that behaviour to be repeated i.e food (addition of stimulus)
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Negative reinforcement
Switches off something unpleasant e.g pain killers (Removal of stimulus).
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Punishment
Decreases likelihood of behaviour being repeated by using unpleasant consequeneces e,g fine
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Attachment
An emotional connection or bond between the child and the principal caregiver, characterised by mutual affection, frequent interaction, a desire for proximity and selectivity and both the caregiver & child are distressed when apart & happily reunited
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Insecure- avoidant
Attachemnt develops as a result of the caregivers lack of sensitive responding to the infant's needs. Mainly unconcerned at departure. Shows little or no reaction when mother comes back.
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Insecure resistant
Attachment characterises those who both seek and reject intamacy and social interaction. Intense distress at separation. May cling to their mother but show ambivalent behaviour at reunion.8u
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