OUTLINE#4 - OUTLINE#4 III Attachment A premise of a major...

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OUTLINE #4 III. Attachment A. premise of a major theory a. we are relational beings B. three major outcomes a. secure i. good foundations ii. you can trust one another iii. goes reasonably well b. avoidant i. learn to de-tach c. anxious avoidance i. you want to attach but past experiences keep you anxious about it C. Video attatchment disorder a. Dillon i. Sociopathic tendencies ii. The development of a conscience begins with early care D. Life-long tendencies a. There is a continuity to attachment b. We develop tendencies about how we attach to people and they are hard to change E. Four models a. Assumptions i. Humans are relational beings ii. We fear being alone in the universe b. Avoidant attachment style i. Okay with self ii. Not okay with others iii. They withdraw from others believing they cannot be counted on seeing this position as more secure iv. Some people (especially males) try to put a noble face on this type of attachment v. Addictions and depression rates are higher 1. Suggest people are not actually satisfied
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSYCH 212 taught by Professor Weaver during the Fall '07 term at Calvin.

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OUTLINE#4 - OUTLINE#4 III Attachment A premise of a major...

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