Attachments and relationships in childhood

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1. Parents with higher expectations are found to have children with?

  • High self-esteem, high levels of generosity and lower levels of aggression.
  • Low self-esteem due to being unable to meet unrealistic expectations of parents.
  • High self-esteem and educational attainment.
  • High levels of educational attainments alone.
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2. 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?

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

3. In 1976 what did the study by Condry and Condry evidence?

  • Participants perceived identical behaviours differently depending on the sex they were lead to believe the baby to be. In girls fear was perceived whilst in boys anger was perceived.
  • Participants perceived the baby to have a stronger attachment to the mother than to the father.
  • Participants perceived identical behaviours differently depending on the sex they were lead to believe the baby to be. In girls anger was perceived whilst in boys fear was perceived.
  • Participants perceived the baby to display fear when separated temporarily from care giver.

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 Gessel 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.

5. Studies have found rejection and isolation to?

  • 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 negative consequences for the academic profile of young people alone.
  • Have positive long term consequences for individuals motivating people to validate themselves and really on their own opinion of themselves.
  • Have no consequences for young people.

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