Influence of childhood on romantic relationships

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1. What did Kagan suggest?

  • The temperament hypothesis in which the type of romantic relationships an individual has is based upon the temperament of the individual
  • Expectations of romantic relationships which we learn from our first attachment
  • Belief that romantic relationships are continuations of childhood attachment
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2. What did Qualter and Munn suggest?

  • Girls have more imitate relationships and reported to have more trust and care in relationships
  • How individuals approach adult relationships is based upon an internalised self value from peer interactions in childhood
  • Peer interactions in childhood act as practises for future relationships
  • Boys have more competitive activities and girls have more cooperative and sharing activities

3. Which study suggested that girls showed more imitate and caring relationships than boys?

  • Nangle et al.
  • Quarter and Munn
  • Richard and Schneider
  • Erwin

4. Describe the resurrection process of a breakdown of a relationship

  • Expectations of romantic relationships which we learn from our first attachment
  • Individual grows and learns from this relationship to go onto future relationship
  • Our attachment type changes throughout our life depending on past and present relationships

5. What did Alpert et al find?

  • Childhood doesn't u;i,lately steersmen romantic relationships in the future
  • Those who were abused during childhood had a sense of isolation from others and damaged ability to trust others
  • Those who were isolated and distanced themselves from others had difficulty forming healthy romantic relationships

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