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    Human Bonding HD 3620 Professor Hazan February 12, 2009
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    “Attachment Research, Part 2” Today attachment patterns antecedents manifestations sequelae
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    Attachment Patterns  and Caregiving Antecedents Pattern Strange Situation  Behavior Percent Caregiving  Antecedent B (Secure) seeks proximity / soothed 65% Consistently  sensitive C (Ambivalent) seeks proximity / resists  comfort, not soothed 10% Inconsistent, non- contingent,  unpredictable A (Avoidant) avoids contact / not  soothed 25% Consistently  insensitive, rejecting
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    Caregiver Sensitivity or  Child Temperament? What is temperament? (e.g., EAS model) Evidence favors caregiver sensitivity Heart rate data Non-correspondence across caregivers Temperamental variability within patterns Intervention studies Sensitivity training “Snuggly” study Predictive value
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    Cultural Variation in  Attachment Patterns Country Avoidant  (A) Secure  (B) Ambivalent  (C) Uganda 9% 64% 17%  Japan 5% 67% 29%  China 16% 68% 16%  Germany 28% 66% 6% United States 21% 67% 12%
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