1. What is monotropy?
- Infant not being able to form an attachment
- A strong attachment
- Infants attach to one primary caregiver
- Infants attaching to multiple caregivers
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2. What does the internal working model give infants expectations of?
- relationships with other people
- Short term memory
- mental health
- the type of person that they are
3. What is the definition for attachment?
- A bond an infant has for its caregiver
- A bond between two people
- A strong and reciprocal emotional bond that develops between an infant and its caregiver
4. According to Bowlby, when must attachment happen?
- 0-18 years old
- Before teenage years
- In the critical period of 0-3 years of age
- In the sensitive period
5. What is a weakness of Bowlby's Theory?
- Lacks population validity
- Critical period too rigid a concept
- Demand characteristics
- Ethical issues