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Attachment
an emotional bond between an infant and a primary caregiver
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Operant Conditioning
method of learning that occurs through rewards and punishments of the behaviour
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Classical Conditioning
learing process that occurs through associations between an environmental stimulus and a naturally occurring stimulus
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Evaluation for the Learning Theory
HARLOW (criticises) and SCHAFFER AND EMERSON (supports/critisise)
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Evaluation of Bowlby's theory of attachment
LORENZ (supports), HODGES AND TIZARD (supports), HARLOW (supports)
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Behaviour of secure attachment
-use mother as a secure base -distressed when mother leaves -positive and happy when mother returns -wary of strangers
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Behaviour of insecure-avoidant
-shows little distress when mother leaves -does not seek comfort from mother when she returns -rejects stranger's attempts of comfort -keeps a distance from everyone -acts normal when stranger is present
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Behaviour of insecure-resistant
-very distressed when mother leaves -not easily comforted when mother returns and may reject mother's attempt of comfort -will cling to mother and then push away -avoids stranger and shows fear of stranger
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Operant Conditioning

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method of learning that occurs through rewards and punishments of the behaviour

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Classical Conditioning

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Evaluation for the Learning Theory

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Evaluation of Bowlby's theory of attachment

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