Bowlby's Theory

Bowlby's theory of attachment (1958)

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  • A biologically determined period of time during which the child is particularly sensitive to stimulation, resulting in attachment: _______ period (9) (9)
  • A finite period of time during which it is of great importance to create an attachment: ____ period (8) (8)
  • According to Bowlby, children have an ____ need to become attached. (6) (6)
  • An innate readiness to develop a strong attachment, as seen in Lorenz's goslings (7) (10)
  • Examples of these are smiling, crying and 'the baby face' (6, 9) (6, 9)
  • Features of the baby face include squashed up nose, large forehead and _____ (3, 4) (3, 4)
  • How the infant will wiew the world, based on its concepts and expectations deemed from the monotropy. (8, 7, 5) (8, 7, 5)
  • The idea that one relationship is of special significance in emotional development (9) (9)
  • The view that there is link between the early attachment relationship and all future relationships (10, 10) (10, 10)
  • This is important for protection and is a place that an infant will go back to if threatened. (6, 4) (6, 4)

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