Attachments Quiz

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What was the aim of Schaffer & Emerson's study?
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What did Schaffer & Emerson argue that led to an attachment between a child and their parent?
Sensitive Responsiveness
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Which is the correct findings in Schaffer & Emerson's study?
65% attachment with mother only
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What was the aim of Harlow's study of attachment?
If privation affects attachment & relationship
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What was the difference between the experimental and control group in Harlow's study?
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What did Harlow argue that led to an attachment between a child and their parent?
Contact Comfort
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What is the learning theory of attachment?
Classical & Operunt Conditioning
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What does "Adaptive" mean in Bowlby's evolutionary theory of attachment?
Attachment is an adaptive behaviour which increases the survival chances
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What does "Monotropy" mean in Bowlby's evolutionary theory of attachment?
A special attachment with mother
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What was the aim of Hazan & Shaver's study of attachment?
If there is a correlation between attachment types and fututre approach to romantic relationships
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What did Hazan & Shaver conclude from their findings?
They supported Bowlby's Internal Working Model, by arguing attachment has a life long affect
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What was the aim of Rutter's study of attachment?
If critical period is the only time attachment can be formed
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What did Rutter conclude from his findings?
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What did Ainsworth find out from her study on attachment types?
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Why were other researchers critical of Ainsworth's Strange Situation study?
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What did Ijzendoorn & Kroonberg conclude from their cultural variation evaluation study of Ainsworth strange situation?
Secure attachment was the dominant attachment type across all countires
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What did Bowlby conclude from his study of long term separation effects on attachment?
Maternal deprivation can lead to harmful long term consequences
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Why were researchers critical of Bowlby's long term separtion study?
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What is attachment?
A development of a strong emotional bond with a reciprocal relationship
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