Psychology attachment studies

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what was harlows monkey experiment evidence of?
contact comfort
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who's study gave evidence of imprinting?
Lorenz
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at what ages did S&E assess the infants?
monthly intervals or first 18 months of life
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how long after separation anxiety did infants show stranger anxiety?
around a month
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What did ford show?
that mothers and fathers showed little difference in psychological response to a child crying video
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who showed that there is little correlation between time spent with a father and attachment strength?
Lamb et al - quality not quantity
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how many studies did Ainsworth take data from?
115
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who found weak correlation between sensitivity and attachment?
De Wolff et al
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how many of the 44 juvenile theives were affections psychopaths?
14
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how many were not affectionless psychopaths? how many of these experienced separation from mother?
74. 7.
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in what way did schaffer and emersons study go against bowlby's theory?
nearly 30% of subjects formed simultaneous attachments - goes against monotropy
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at what age did belsky assess the temperaments of the infants in his study?
1-3 days
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what age were Moores participants?
14 - 15
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what did waters et al show?
insecurely attached children were more reliant on the teachers for social interaction
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what id butters find the mean average of the Romanian orphans IQs to be, aged 4?
63
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what did butters find about the IQ of those adopted by westerners before the age of 6 months?
increased to 107
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what did Chugani et al use to show neurocognitive impairments in the Romanian orphans?
PET scans
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how many Romanian orphans did Chugani et al asess?
10
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what were the 5 conclusions of Hodges et al study?
Privation may have long lasting effects. the effects aren't inevitable. Bowlby by was wrong. qual of care more important. attachment can be made after critical period
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what did quint on et al show
long term privation effects - mother who grew up in care homes are more likely to have their children removed from their care
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