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Shaver
What we experience as love is an integration of 3 behaviour systems
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Bowlby
Attachment - later relationships are a continuation of attachment type as the primary caregiver promotes an internal working model of relationships (expect the same)
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Springer et al.
Abused in childhood = depression/anger/anxiety.
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Van der Kolk and Filser
Childhood abuse = disorganised attachment, couldn't regulate emotions
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Fraley
Meta analysis - correlations between .10 and .50 for early attachment and later relationships
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Kirkpatrick and Hazan
May be due to current relationship - e.g. married = secure and break ups = insecure
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Berenson and Anderson
Displayed negative reactions towards a partner (distancing/rejection) but only those who reminded them. Transference = inappropriate behaviour patterns learnt in childhood from abusive parent
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Simpson et al.
Longitudinal study following from infancy/childhood/adolescence/early childhood - secure/social competence/more friends/emotionally attached
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Qualter and Munn
Childhood friendships determine in part how an individual feels about himself - experience is internalised; develop a sense of own value
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Nangle
Important training ground for future relationships - trust/sense of being understood
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Madsen
15-17 and a half. Heavy dating = poorer quality adult relations. Moderate/low = higher quality.
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Erwin
Gender as boys = competitive whereas girls cooperate with one another. Overlook similarities
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Neeman
Decreases in academic involvement/conduct - not in late adolescence
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Roisman
No effect of dating at age 20 on age 30
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Determinism
Early attachment styles don't always affect future relationships
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