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2610_8 - Attachment Professor Mikels 09.23.2009 1...

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9/23/2009 1 Attachment 1 Professor Mikels 09.23.2009 Announcements Discussion Sections on Friday Reaction responses due Thursday 2 Reaction responses due Thursday (09/24) by 5PM Mikulincer & Shaver (2005). Attachment Security, Compassion, & Altruism. Mikulincer et al. (2001). Attachment Theory and Reactions to Others’ Needs. Strong affectionate relationship between two people Desire to maintain proximity Attachment John Bowlby (1907-1990) 3 Emotional bonds Sensitive period (not immediate) E.g., adoptive parents
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9/23/2009 2 Interactional Synchrony Harmonious interactions - adjust behavior to partner’s actions & emotions 4 Non-synchrony & early expectations “Still face” procedure 2-6 months Contact Comfort Harry Harlow & Robert Zimmerman (1959) Feeding versus tactile stimulation Monkeys reared by two surrogate mothers 5 Manipulations: Mother type: cloth versus wire Feeding mother: cloth or wire Measure: time spent with mother “Frankly doctor… is this really love?” Harry Harlow & Robert Zimmerman (1959) Contact comfort 6 0 5 10 15 20 Wire Mother Cloth Mother Daily Contact Hours Cloth-fed Monkeys Wire-fed Monkeys
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