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Module 9 Essay: Journal Article Review 2 REFERENCE- 1) Article found online with doi: Barbara Milrod , M.D., John C. Markowitz , M.D., Andrew J. Gerber , M.D., Ph.D., Jill Cyranowski , Ph.D., Margaret Altemus , M.D., Theodore Shapiro , M.D., Myron Hofer , M.D., and Charles Glatt , M.D. published Online:1 Jan 2014 retrieved March 26, 2019 EXPERIENCE- This experience drastically changed the way I interact with others. It started a cycle of who I was, because being left in the dark so much. I started school a few days after getting settled and I was taking the bus instead of my brother walking me. REASONS I SELECTED THIS PARTICULAR SOURCE – I feel like it really touched on aspects of separation anxiety that I feel I experience because of this experience. Its primary objective is to reflect on what Separation Anxiety does across the board to Anxiety as a whole. And how it can be inherited but also socially developed. RESEARCH METHODS AND PROCEDURES USED BY AUTHORS- They studied schedules of feeding infant rats, and creating inconsistent vs consistent schedules and monitored the stress of the mothers and the babies. And how the mother’s behavior caused the babies to be clingier and more fearful. And also studied families that would be considered broken and how that affects adult anxiety and separation anxiety. RESULTS OF RESEARCH- That consistency really matters. Big changes aren’t helpful in creating a stable environment. And that the first 3 years of life are really important to stability. AUTHOR'S CONCLUSIONS – That we need to use target interventions and to take this research and knowledge and use and apply that to helping people heal from separation anxiety. They said “separation anxiety and its treatment could provide an important window to neural circuits and other biological processes associated with internalization of social support” so its giving a lot of hope to new ways to treat separation anxiety. WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT MY PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE - I have learned that it is valid to have such a hard time looking back on how things went for me. When I read
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about the inconsistency and the affect it had on rats I think how much more so it would affect young children. QUESTIONS I STILL WOULD LIKE TO FIND ANSWERS TO - What ways I could find a path to recovery. It’s hard to admit, but I know I struggle with getting close to people. I feel really insecure about allowing people in my life for fear of me never seeing them again. So, I guess I want to know what ways I could try and improve that for myself. And how I can create a more stable environment for my household and my children, because I naturally go to social isolation as a way to protect myself. I would like to find out if my siblings struggled the same way I did when we weren’t allowed to see each other anymore. And I want to know the other side of my experience, what drives someone to do something so drastic.
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  • Spring '14
  • Nasseem
  • separation anxiety, aspects of separation anxiety

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