Disruption of Attachment

  • Short Term 
  • Long Term
  • Peremnant
  • Reactions to seperation 
  • Robertson & bowlby
  • long term disruption 
  • factors that effect the reaction to seperation
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  • Created by: Ellie
  • Created on: 03-01-15 14:04

1. what type of observation was used by Robertson & Bowlby?

  • participant observation
  • controlled observation
  • naturalistic observation
  • structured observation
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2. at what stage of detachment do children begin to calm but show little interest in anything?

  • self comforting
  • despair
  • detachment
  • withdrawal

3. what cant be inferred in Robertson & Bowlby's experiment?

  • cause and effect
  • why we act how we do
  • how we attach to our mothers
  • the reasons why we protest to seperation

4. what was observed by Robertson & Bowlby to asses the effects of separation on the children?

  • social changes
  • behavioural and emotional reactions
  • how engaged the child was
  • physical and psychological reactions

5. name a factor taht could have prevented a disruption in an attachment prior to seperation that Robertson & Bowlby didnt take into account

  • emotional range
  • ill health
  • temprement
  • age


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