Final Jeopardy - Exam 2 - HD2610: Exam 2 Review JEOPARDY...

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HD2610: Exam 2 Review JEOPARDY There will be two games of jeopardy, thirty questions each. Within each game there are six categories, five questions in each category. Category 1: Attachment Game 1 100 - In the Harlow and Zimmerman study, this is the mother that the monkeys spent the most time on. What is _____? A: Cloth 200 - This is the phase in which all 4 attachment behaviors are present. What is _____? A: Clear-cut attachment 300 - In this phase, infants begin to show a preference for a particular caregiver. What is ____? A: Attachment-in-the-making 400- This attachment phase occurs between 0 and 2 months of age. What is _____? A: Pre-attachment 500 - This culture has a high number of avoidant attachment styles. What is ____? A: Northern Germany Game 2 100 - This type of infant is completely soothed upon the mothers return in the strange situation. What is ____? A: Secure 200 - This type of infant is angry at the mother upon her return in the strange situations. What is ____? A: Anxious 300 - These are the four attachment behaviors. What are ______ ? A: proximity seeking, secure base, separation distress, and safe haven 400 - This is what activates the attachment system What is ____? A: Fear/decline in felt security 500 - This is the reason for which attachment is believed to have evolved. What is _____? A: Protection
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Category 2: Attachment II Game 1 100- Caregiving Hypothesis: This type of attachment depends on the quality of _______? What is _____? A: The caregiver 200- These are characteristics of Resistant/Anxious attachment: _____________ What is _____? A: Inconsistent (depends on something like mood), Unresponsive 300-An internal working model is _________ - What is _____? A: Cognitive representations of themselves and other people that are used to interpret events and to form expectations about the character of human relationships 400- A major difference between Kagan’s Theory and Ainsworth’s Theory is _________ What is _____? A: Nature vs. nurture = Kagan (innate, biologically preprogrammed attachment) vs. Ainsworth (temperament has nothing to do with attachment, development with caregiver, environmental attachments) 500- Explain the concept that a more securely attached person is more readily able to help others versus and insecurely attached person What is _____? A: A securely attached person feels safe so can use their resources to help others
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