1. Attachments acts as...
- dependence on the mother for life.
- a secure base from which a child can explore the world and return when they feel threatened.
- an insecure base to build other relationships on
- a secure base from which a child can explore the room.
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2. Children brought up with no secondary attachment figures can...
- lack social skills
- lack sensitivity
- lack social releasers
- learn well
3. Bowlby's theory is an example of an...
- evolutionary theory
- evolving theory
- learning theory
- behavioural theory
4. Evidence for the temperament hypothesis is...
- from Harlow's study which helps support the idea of secondary attachments and caregiver sensitivity
- from Thomas and Chess who found 3 temperament types: easy, difficult and slow to warm up.
- from Hodges and Tizard's research which supports the idea of a sensitive period.
5. Bowlby's theory can be criticised by...
- Rutter's study into mutiple attachments which showed all attachment figures were of equal importance.
- Hodges and Tizard's research which supports the idea of a sensitive period.