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2. Which of the following is a correct definition of Bowlby’s 1953 maternal deprivation hypothesis?

  • A hypothesis proposing that a break in the bond during early years has serious and irreversible effects on the cognitive, emotional and social development of a child.
  • A hypothesis proposing that a break in the bond during early years can have serious consequences which can be counteracted if the bond is repaired.
  • A hypothesis proposing that mothers from deprived backgrounds were less able to provide their children with high enough levels of emotional support having a negative impact on self-esteem.
  • A hypothesis proposing that those from deprived backgrounds are disadvantaged when it comes to holistic development.

3. 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.

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

  • 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 fear was perceived whilst in boys anger was perceived.
  • Participants perceived the baby to display fear when separated temporarily from care giver.
  • 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.

5. What are the four parenting styles identified by Maccoby and Martins in 1983?

  • Authoritative, Authoritarian. Indulgent/Permissive and Neglecting.
  • Nurturing, Controlling, Neglecting, Indulgent/Permissive.
  • Caring, Authoritative, Neglecting, Indulgent/Permissive.
  • Child, Adult, Parent, Alien.

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