2610_9_part1 - 9/28/09 Attachment Professor Mikels...

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9/28/09 1 1 Attachment Professor Mikels 09.28.2009 2 Announcements Discussion Sections on Friday Reaction responses due Thursday (10/01) by 5PM Robins & Trzesniewski (2005): Self-Esteem Development Across the Lifespan Tracy et al. (2009): Authentic and Hubristic Pride: The Affective Core of Self-esteem and Narcissism 3 Temperament Hypothesis (Jerome Kagan) Attachment depends on infant’s biologically based temperament TEMPERMENT INFLUENCES ON ATTACHMENT? “…relatively little…” (Mary Ainsworth)
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9/28/09 2 4 Attachment depends on infant’s biologically based temperament Infants with both secure and insecure attachments (Main & Weston, 1981) Strange situation with 44 mothers, fathers, & toddlers 12 secure to both 11 secure to mother & insecure to father 10 insecure to mother & secure to father 11 insecure to both Half of the infants had both… stability? Temperament Hypothesis
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course HD 2610 taught by Professor Mikels,j. during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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2610_9_part1 - 9/28/09 Attachment Professor Mikels...

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