Topic 13: Social development definitions (PS111 test 2)

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What is Ambivalent Attachment?
An insecure attachment in which the infant still seeks the caregiver bond but finds it to be insufficient
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What is Avoidant Attachment?
An insecure attachment in which the infant becomes prematurely independent of the caregiver bond
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What is insecure attachment?
Attachment which does not provides a secure base
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What is secure attachment?
Attachment which provides a secure base
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What is attachment?
A close, enduring bond between an infant and a parent or other primary caregiver
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What is autism?
A neurodevelopmental disorder associated with the 'triad of impariments'
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What is Bolby's theory of attachment?
A four step theory which emphasises the importance of attachment to a child's cognitive, social and emotional development
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What is the false belief task?
A developmental task used to test children's understanding that the beliefs of others can be wrong
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What is inter-generational transmission of attachment style?
The tendency to pass your attachment-style to your children
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What is Kolberg's theory of moral development?
A three stage theory of moral development (pre-conventional, conventional, post conventional)
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What is morality?
The process we use to label human behaviour as right or wrong
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Who came up with Moral realism and Moral relativism?
Piaget
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What is Moral realism?
Moral thinking that assumes morals to be unchangeable (based on authority) and which judges behaviour based on outcomes rather than intentions
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What is Piaget's theory of moral development?
A three stage theory of moral development (pre-moral, real, relative)
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What is the psychology of morality?
It has three components (emotion, cognition and behaviour)
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What do developmental theories focus on relating to the psychology of morality?
Cognition ( reasoning about what is moral)
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What is a secure base?
An effective attachment to a parent or other primary caregiver which gives an infant or child confidence to explore the world
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Who came up with the stranger situation test?
Ainsworth
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What is Ainsworth's stranger situation test?
A test to assess attachment style in 1 to 2 year old infants
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What is the theory of mind?
A complex set of skills and knowledge based on the understanding that other's have internal mental states which drive their behaviour
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What is the triad of impairments?
Three kinds of impairment associated with autism: social interaction, language and communication, restricted and repetitive behaviour
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