Effects of parent-child relationships

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Parent-child relationship (Shaver)
outlined 3 systms that are acquired during infancy which are related to adult relationships. 1. IWM. early attachment continues to affect adult relationships e.g. secure attached as a baby, secure as adult.
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Parent-child relationships (Shaver)
2. model from caregiver behavior and from whom they will obtain knowledge of how to care for others. 3. a sexuality system linked to early attachment e.g. avoidant will find it easy to have sex without feelings involved
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Fraley
meta-analysis showed correlation of + 0.5 between early attachment styles and adult relationship styles.
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Simpson
longitudinal study suggesting earlier social development may affect the expression of emotions in adult relationships.
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Beta bias
gender difference between how males and females are influenced by parents in future relationships in not considered where effects are assumed to be the same for both genders.
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2. model from caregiver behavior and from whom they will obtain knowledge of how to care for others. 3. a sexuality system linked to early attachment e.g. avoidant will find it easy to have sex without feelings involved

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