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Unformatted text preview: Slide 1 Slide 1 Infant and Child Development Chapter 11-12 Tuesday October 30, 2007 Slide 2 Slide 2 Announcements Exam 2 next week Covers ch 7-13, Tomatoes and Self articles 73 questions (multiple choice and T/F) Review sheet posted today Ch 12, Identity will not be covered (focused on adolescence) Slide 3 Slide 3 11Emotional Development Exploring Emotion Development of Emotion Temperament Attachment Slide 4 Slide 4 Attachment What Is Attachment ? A close emotional bond between two people. Most prominent in infants from 6-18 months of age Measured by evaluating infant separation anxiety and exploration, as well as caregiver sensitivity and responsiveness (i.e. Strange Situation and Q-sort methods) Slide 5 Slide 5 How does attachment form? Theoretical explanations Freud (psychoanalytic) : I love you because you feed me. Caused by reduction of hunger drive through oral satisfaction (Feeding). Erikson (neo-analytic) : I trust you therefore I love you. Trust vs. Mistrust (Eriksons first stage) Become attached to people who reliably attend to an infants needs and who otherwise foster a sense of trust through sensitivity. Harlow (behaviorist): I love you for the comfort you provide Slide 6 Slide 6 How does attachment form? Theoretical explanations Bowlby (ethological) : Perhaps I was born to love. Biological explanation providing a balance between an infants need for safety and varied learning experiences Secure base Proximity seeking Internal working models (IWMs) Lets evaluate the research. Slide 7 Slide 7 Harlows contact comfort The cloth mother, which does not provide nourishment, acts as a secure base , whereas the wire mother, which does provide nourishment, does not This contradicts drive- reduction theories of attachment (Freud) Harlow, 1959 Slide 8 Slide 8 Although soothing tactile sensations provide a baby with a sense of security that is more important to the formation of attachment than food, it is not sufficient Social interaction seems to be necessary for healthy emotional development Harlows contact comfort Slide 9 Slide 9 Ethological Approach: Human Research Mary Ainsworth and the strange situation Slide 10 Slide 10 Attachment Individual Differences in Attachment Modern approach to attachment Ainsworth: Some babies have a more positive attachment experience than others. But why?...
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