1. Bowlby's theory is loosely based on...?
- Maccoby and his four characteristics of attachments
- Lorenz and his "imprinting"
- The Genie Case Study
- Ainsworth and her "Strange Situation Study"
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2. Ainsworth conducted a study in Uganda which showed attachment in different cultures is?
- Formed at a younger age in the Uganda
- Formed at a similar age across all cultures
- Formed at an older age in the USA
- Formed at a different age in different cultures
3. In Van Ijzendoorn and Kroonenburg's study into cultural variation in attachment, which the of attachment was most common?
- Type B - Secure attachment
- Type A - Avoidant
- Type C - Ambivalent
- Type D - Disorganised
4. Van Ijzendoorn and Kroonenburg carried out a meta-analysis of results of 32 studies in 8 countries on attachment using?
- Ainsworth's Strange Situation Study
- Lorenz - Imprinting
- Bowlby's Evolutionary Theory of Attachment
- The Learning Theory of Attachment
5. In Bowlby's Evolutionary Theory, attachments are formed through?
- A period of time, the caregiver recognises and forms an attachment with the infant over the course of 5 months
- Natural selection, infants are an investment for the caregiver, and will carry on their line of family.
- Conditioning, the infant associates the caregiver with food and comfort.
- Selection pressure, parents chose the strongest of their infants to focus on.