Attachments

The infant stays physically close to the PCG
Seeking Proximity
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Matched turn taking
Reciprocity
2 of 24
Rythmic behaviours that facilitate communication
Interactional Synchrony
3 of 24
Name of Schaffer and Emerson's Study
Glasgow Babies
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The first stage of schaffer and emerson's theory of attachments
Asocial
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Who provides 'rough and tumble' play?
Father
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the theory that suggests attachments are learned through classical conditioning
Learning Theory
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Who created the monotropic theory?
Bowlby
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Creator of the Strange situation
Ainsworth
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A limitation of the strange situation
psychological harm
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an explanation for differences in attachment type
parenting style
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a limitation of Rothbaum's study
high experimenter bias
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name of Bowlby's hypothesis
maternal deprivation hypothesis
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name of Bowlby's study
44 thieves
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a strength of the maternal deprivation hypothesis
strong supporting evidence
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who studied UK and Romanian Orphans?
Rutter
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Attachment type shown by those that spend time in institutional care
Disinhibited
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Who conducted the 'love quiz' study?
Hazen and Shaver
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the infant interacts and involves the PCG in their activites
Seeking involvement
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The second stage of schaffer and emerson's theory of attachments
indiscriminate
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a limitation of the glasgow babies study
high evaluation apprehension
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What animal did Harlow's study use?
monkey
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innate infant behaviours
social releasers
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lengthy or permanent separation
maternal deprivation
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Matched turn taking

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Reciprocity

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Rythmic behaviours that facilitate communication

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Name of Schaffer and Emerson's Study

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The first stage of schaffer and emerson's theory of attachments

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