10-18 Lecture - Internal working model • The way we view...

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                                                SESP 201:  SESP 201:  Emotional Development Cont’d:  Emotional Development Cont’d:  Attachment Attachment Chapter 10 Chapter 10 Wednesday, October 18 Wednesday, October 18
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    Attachment What is attachment? How does attachment develop?
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    Attachment Theory John Bowlby Mary Ainsworth Ethological theory of attachment: infant’s  emotional tie to the caregiver is an evolved  response that promotes survival.
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    The Phases of Attachment: What  shapes it? 1. Preattachment  2. “Attachment in the making” 3. “Clear-cut” 4. Formation of a reciprocal relationship or “goal  directed” partnership
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    Attachment: Key terms! Separation or stranger anxiety Secure base Internal working model
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    Attachment:  What does it shape?
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Unformatted text preview: Internal working model • The way we view our childhoods can shape the attachment classification of our children • If secure . . . • If poor . . . How do we measure attachment? • The Strange Situation • A lab-based assessment, which is a series of increasingly stressful separations and reunions and encounters with a stranger Measuring Attachment • Secure • Avoidant • Resistant • Disorganized/disoriented Midterm Review Sheet • Consider the match between what you’ve read and what we’ve covered in class . . . • Know the general order of development (e.g., for language, motor, & emotional development) . . . Midterm on Friday • See you at 9:30 – we will start promptly!...
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