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Development Development Agenda Social Development
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Infant Social Development Infant Social Development WWII: Infants living in orphanages were warm, safe, and well fed…but many had physical and intellectual deficits. Why? Transitions in social interactions and expectations Attachment styles Parenting styles
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Attachment Attachment Active, affectionate, reciprocal relationship between two people Develops around 6 months old Quality and consistency of care manifest different attachment styles
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How important is attachment? How important is attachment? Harry Harlow (1958) questioned the gap in research concerning love Rhesus monkeys isolated at birth, they tended to be incapable of communicating/learning Wire Mother Experiment Young rhesus monkeys socially isolated Had a choice between two “mothers” 1. One made of terrycloth, but gave no food 2. One made of wire, but provided food Monkeys spent much more time with terrycloth mother than wire mother
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