PSYA1 - Attachment Researchers

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Harlow
Monkeys Study - choose cloth mother over feeding mother
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Schaffer & Emerson
Babies attached to most responsive person - can form multiple attachments
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Lorenz
Research of goslings suggests that imprinting is innate
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Hodges & Tizard
Found children that hadn't formed attachments found peer relationships difficult
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Rutter
All attachments are equally important
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Ainsworth & Bell
The strange situation
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Hazan & Shaver
Love Quiz found links between attachment types and romantic behaviour
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Van Ijjzendoom & Kroonenberg
Found secure most common, greater differences within cultures and different proportions of resistant and avoidant
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Takahashi
Japan - no insecure avoidant due to childcare customs
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Ainsworth
Uganda Study - found some universal attachment behaviour
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Rothbaum
SS designed for Americans - not applicable to other cultures
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Goldfarb
Found that institutionalised children were more likely to be withdrawn
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Spitz & Wolf
Depressed children in hospital - full recovery if less than 3 months
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Hodges & Tizard
Adopted children had stronger relationships with adopted parents than children returned to biological parents
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Bowlby
44 thieves study - 17 separated from before before age 5 - affectionless psychopaths
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The Robertsons
Case Study: John - showed PDD after 9 days in nursery (protest, despair, detachment)
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Shea
children in nursery 5 days a week had better social skills than those in 2 days a week
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EPPE Project
The higher the quality of daycare, the better the social skills of children
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Field
Found the more time children spend in daycare, the more friends they have
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Clarke
Children who had been to daycare were more socially advanced
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Belsky & Rovine
Used SS to compare attachments of those in daycare to those not in daycare - daycare were more likely to be insecure
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Dilalo
Children who spent more time in daycare were less helpful
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NICHD
Assessed 1000 children - those in daycare were more likely to be assertive, aggressive and disobedient
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Melhuish
Daycare found to be linked to antisocial behaviour
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Campbell
Those in daycare for a longer time were found to be less socially competent
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Found children that hadn't formed attachments found peer relationships difficult

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