Day4_Infant_Caregive - DISTRESS PROXIMITY MAINTENANCE SAFE HAVEN More Attachment Theoretical Terms and Concepts Defining features Behaviors versus

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    Human Bonding HD 362 Professor Hazan January 29, 2009
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    “Nature and Function of  Infant-Caregiver Bonds, Part 2” Today the attachment system other bond-promoting factors if time, co-sleeping
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    Attachment Theory Two observations to explain: Children upset by separation show same sequence of responses Typical Scenario Bowlby’s hypothesis:  “inborn system regulating behavior  toward caregivers”
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    Attachment Behavioral System (components and dynamics) is my  attachment figure  sufficiently*  near? YES secure,  content explore,  play,  socialize NO anxious,  fearful signal  distress,  seek  contact *depends on endogenous       and exogenous factors
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    Attachment Behavioral System (components and dynamics)  is my  attachment figure  sufficiently*  near? YES secure,  content explore,  play,  socialize NO anxious,  fearful signal  distress,  seek  contact *depends on endogenous       and exogenous factors SECURE BASE SEPARATION 
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Unformatted text preview: DISTRESS PROXIMITY MAINTENANCE SAFE HAVEN More Attachment Theoretical Terms and Concepts Defining features Behaviors versus bonds “Monotropy” / Hierarchy Acute versus later reactions to separation “protest” “despair” “detachment” “Cradle to grave” Ontogeny of Attachment Bonds 0-2 months: “pre-attachment” ~ 2-6 months: “attachment-in-the-making” ~ 6-8 months: “clear-cut” attachment Self-produced locomotion Stranger anxiety Separation distress ~ 24 months: “goal-corrected partnership” Other Factors Promote Bonding Neotenous Features Other Factors Promote Bonding Infant directed speech (“motherese”) Affect regulation Intimate, non-threatening Aversive cries Rewarding smiles Appeal of faces, eyes Soft, smooth skin...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2009 for the course HD 3620 taught by Professor Campa,m. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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