Explanations of attachment

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The theory that says all behaviour is learned rather than inborn.
Learning theory
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The type of conditioning which involves learning through reinforcement
Operant
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The term used to explain an infant having one special bond
Monotropy
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The type of conditioning which involves learning through association
Classical
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Who invented the monotropic attachment theory?
Bowlby
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Who came up with the theory of evolution?
Darwin
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A social behaviour or characteristic that elicits caregiving and leads to attachment
Social releaser
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A mental model of the world which enables individuals to predict and control their environment
Internal working model
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The name of the hypothesis that explains the idea that emotionally secure infants go on to be emotionally secure, trusting and socially confident adults
Continuity
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