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PSC 1-3 Lecture 10 Page 1 of 4 Announcements: There is going to be a review session Wednesday, November 8 th from 6:10-8 in Wellman 2. Miranda’s office hours for next week are Tuesday, November 7 th 12-3, and there are going to be no office hours on Thursday. Last Lecture: In the last lecture we talked about Humanism and how it is an approach to understanding personality. We discussed a subset of humanism called existential psychology. We also talked about the stages of development such as infancy, adolescence, middle age and old age. Finally, we started talking about attachment theory; we covered the types of child attachment theory, and began adult attachment theory. This Lecture I. Attachment Theory (cont.) a. There are three different types of attachment styles. i. The first one is secure attachment. If a child has a secure relationship with his primary care giver, he will have a secure relationship with his partner. ii. The second one is pre-occupied attachment. If a child has the anxious style he becomes a pre-occupied adult. These types of people are often scared of intimacy. iii. The final one is avoidant attachment. These types of people tend to be more independent and not rely on other people. Relationships tend to be more like friends than intimate lovers. II. Gender Development. a. Sex is whether someone is biologically born male or female. b. Gender is something that is socialized. i. The masculine gender role is usually more rigidly enforced across cultures.
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