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Bowlby
Children are born with an innate drive to form attachments, the do this with the use of social releasers. If a child does not form an attachment in its first two years, the critical period, it is unlikely that it ever will.
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Harlow
Monkeys preferred the cloth covered 'mother' to the cold, wire 'mother' and only went to the latter when in need of nourishment. This showed that Children want comfort too, opposing the view that food is the only cause of attachment.
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SAM Pathway
Immediate stressor
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SAM Pathway
Activates the Hypathalamas
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SAM Pathway
Arouses the Sympathetic branch of the ANS and Adrenal Medulla
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SAM Pathway
Causing the release of Adrenaline and Noreadrenaline
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SAM Pathway
Which prepares the body for 'Fight or Flight'
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Monkeys preferred the cloth covered 'mother' to the cold, wire 'mother' and only went to the latter when in need of nourishment. This showed that Children want comfort too, opposing the view that food is the only cause of attachment.

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Harlow

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Immediate stressor

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Activates the Hypathalamas

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Arouses the Sympathetic branch of the ANS and Adrenal Medulla

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