Attachment - Explanations of Attachment part 1

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1. What is the definition for attachment?

  • A bond an infant has for its caregiver
  • A strong and reciprocal emotional bond that develops between an infant and its caregiver
  • Love
  • A bond between two people
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2. What is a strength of Bowlby's Theory?

  • Research evidence that supports the theory by Elizabeth Loftus
  • Culturally biased
  • Research evidence that supports the theory by Hazan and Shaver
  • Research evidence that supports the theory by Harlow and Harlow

3. What is the inborn set of behaviours that provoke a response from a caregiver called?

  • Monotropy
  • Social releasers
  • Emotionally responsive
  • Attaching

4. According to Bowlby, when must attachment happen?

  • 0-18 years old
  • In the critical period of 0-3 years of age
  • In the sensitive period
  • Before teenage years

5. 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


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