Attachments and relationships in childhood

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1. What is the effect on a child’s development as described by Bee and Boyd when a parent has a warm emotional tone and is caring, affectionate, puts child’s needs 1st, enthusiastic and sensitive?

  • An ability to develop secure attachments only.
  • Lack of ability to develop secure attachments, low self-esteem, lack of ability to show empathy, low IQ and attainment at school.
  • Ability to develop secure attachments, positive self-esteem, ability to show empathy, high IQ and good levels of school achievement.
  • An ability to behave in a way that is caring, affectionate, enthusiastic and sensitive as a result of modelling.
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2. Studies have found rejection and isolation to?

  • Have negative consequences for the academic profile of young people alone.
  • Have negative consequences for young people rejected by their peers several studies have evidenced links to, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and poor academic performance.
  • Have no consequences for young people.
  • Have positive long term consequences for individuals motivating people to validate themselves and really on their own opinion of themselves.

3. Who state that fathers direct the same repertoire of attachment behaviours to infants as to mothers in the early weeks of a baby’s life?

  • George, Cummings and Davies, 2010.
  • Bee and Boyd, 2014.
  • Allen, 2011.
  • Smith, Cowie and Blades, 2011.

4. Define the Social identity theory?

  • A theory by Vygotsky which proposes group identity this is where individuals in a group have a shared world view, set of attitudes and beliefs.
  • A theory by Tajfel which proposes group identity this is where individuals in a group have a shared world view, set of attitudes and beliefs.
  • A theory by Piaget which proposes group identity this is where individuals in a group have a shared world view, set of attitudes and beliefs.
  • A theory by Gessel which proposes group identity this is where individuals in a group have a shared world view, set of attitudes and beliefs.

5. What are the types of interaction play identified by Parten in 1932 and cited in Smith, Cowie and Blades?

  • Imitating, Creative and Practical.
  • Unoccupied, onlooker, solitary, parallel, associative and co-operative.
  • Communicative, Tactile and Friendly.
  • Shy, Confident and Easy going.

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