HD216 - prelim 2 study guide - Hazan & Zeifman: What are...

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Hazan & Zeifman: What are the four components of attachment? 1. proximity seeking (approaching, staying near, making contact) 2. separation protest (resisting, being distressed by separations) 3. safe haven (turning to for comfort, support, reassurance, etc.) 4. secure base (using as a base from which to engage in nonattachment behaviour) How do affiliative relationships differ from attachment relationships? In what order are the components of attachment typically shifted from parents to peers? - sequence that begins w/ proximity seeking safe haven separation protest/secure base - peer attachments ‘explored’ from the parental base of security - In late adolescence when peers begin to be considered primary attachment figures (instead of parents), the peers are usually romantic partners. What role does sexual attraction seem to play in attachment bonds between romantic partners? - it is what brings two adults together, and sex is what holds them together long enough for an emotional bond (psychological tether) Which component of attachment usually does not shift to peers who are not romantic partners? - sex! Sexuality (Steinberg, chap 11. pp. 364-401) What four factors does Steinberg note are related to healthy sexual development in adolescents? 1.
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2008 for the course HD 2160 taught by Professor Schelhas-miller,c. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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