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PSY 220 Chapter 14 11/8/2016 Perspectives on relationships -Attachment Theory Attachment theory: a behavior system which human Regulate their emotional distress when under the threat and Achieve security by seeking proximity to other ppl Bowly theory Ainsworth Ethological Psychoanalytic Ethnological Theory Imprinting (Konrad Lorenz): Innate form of learning Young follow &become attached to a moving object (usually a mother) during critical period early in life o Current perspectives: not critical period >> sensitive period Video Part 1: Baby staying with mother not for food/survival, but just for secure. Part 2: when scary creature came to Baby monkey, it just ran to the cotton mother rather than the wire one. o Cotton mother: providing the comfort Part 3: put monkey into the new environment. Monkey ran to cotton mother. o When only the wire mother presents, baby monkey ran into the towel instead and felt unsafe. How attachment form Babies’ behaviors: o Follow proximity-seeking behaviors o Sucking &cling o Reflexes, o Smile &vocalize o Express negative emotion, such as fretting and crying Adult respond to infants’ signals o Hormones oxytocin promote the attachments Attachment Internal working model P441 Cognitive representation of themselves &other ppl that guide the processing of social info &behavior in
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