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  • Created by: chaz
  • Created on: 11-05-09 20:51
Who described attachment as 'An affectional tie that one person or animal forms between himself and another?'
Ainsworth
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What does Classical Conditioning suggest we learn through?
Association
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Who conducted a study on monkeys?
Harlow
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State one of the three types of attachments found in Ainsworth's study?
Insecure Attachment
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What does Classical Conditioning suggest we learn through?

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Association

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Who conducted a study on monkeys?

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State one of the three types of attachments found in Ainsworth's study?

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jess

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could have been a bit longer! :) but good though

Charlotte Tyler

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I didn't know Ainsworth associated animals with attachment. Is question one definitely correct?

chaz

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Charlotte Tyler wrote:

Yes she did

I got it from a Psychology book =]

ArtisicBiscuit

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The last question isn't too hot but the rest are great!

Thanks.

WhatsHisFace

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Thanks =) the detail is really helpful

Sanctified1510

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the test was good. Thought it could have been a bit longer and more challenging. But the content was key info that's necessary for the exam!

Thanx :D

Karis

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Ainsworth definitely DID say that attachment is "an affectional tie that a person or an animal...".

I didn't get the last question, because there are multiple possible answers. 'Monotropy' and 'attachment' would be wrong, but the other three were right. :/ Apart from that, very well done.

Bea

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Haha!! Everything right >:D apart from the first question...but now i know its ainsworth.

Lauren Hull

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woo 100%! not bad for somebody who started revising four hours ago and has an exam at nine tomorrow morning!

Charlotte Campbell

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Ainsworth did find that a child could be securely attached. Type B. So, I'm not wrong and I just turned my 80% into an 100% thanks x

AtomicBecca

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well the last one could have been securely :P

Kayleigh

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