1. In the Learning Theory of Attachment, Dollard and Miller argue that infants form attachments through what?
- Infants cry and smile instinctively, resulting in a bond forming as caregiver wishes to protect infant from harm
- Infants motivated drives to satisfy needs, leads to operant conditioning in caregiver
- All infant human behaviour is a product of survival strategies and natural selection
- Infants biological instinct to follow the caregiver because they provide comfort and love
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2. In Bowlby's Evolutionary Theory of Attachment, what is monotropy?
- A single theory of attachment
- A single instinct which causes the baby to cry
- A single attachment to one person who is most important to the infant
- A single process, in which infants learn to recognise caregiver
3. Ainsworth devised which study into attachment types?
- The Stranger and Infant Study
- The Strange Situation Study
- The Mother Baby Separation Study
- The Familiar Situation Study
4. What is attachment defined as?
- A strong, reciprocal emotional bond with another person
- When an infant loves their mother because they provide food for them
- A bond formed between two people
- When a connection forms between a mother and a baby, usually for life
5. Who proposed the 4 characteristics of attachment?
- Van Ijzendoorn and Kroonenburg
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