Cross Cultural Variations of Attachments

Van Iizendoorn & Kroonenburg's research 

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  • Created on: 03-01-15 13:14

1. What is Meta Analysis?

  • analyzing the results of one experiment which has more than one focus in order to create a directional hypothesis
  • combining and analyzing the results of lots of experiments with the same foccus
  • doing the same experiment lots of times in one place
  • analysing meteroroids
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2. Where was the most intercultural variation?

  • West Germany
  • china
  • japan
  • UK

3. where was the Strange Situation developed

  • South Africa
  • America
  • Poland
  • Japan

4. according to Van Iizendoorn & Kroonenburg which attachment is the most common?

  • Type C (Resistant)
  • Type A (Avoidant)
  • Type B (secure)
  • Type D (Disorganised)

5. how many studies were carried out in individualist cultures?

  • 28
  • 27
  • 26
  • 25

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