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26_Development_Social_6 - Psychology 2 Introduction to...

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Unformatted text preview: Psychology 2: Introduction to Psychology Day 26 topics Attachment Moral development Social development Begins at birth – out of necessity Require caregiver for all basic needs Propensity to develop social bonds is strong (and important) Emotional investment in caregiver In time, invest in others as well How does this process develop? Individuals differences? Outcomes associated with ID’s? The need for social bonding Harlow & Harlow (1965) Spend time with “comforting” monkey, not “provider” World War II orphanages (Spitz, 1949) Social deprivation “Basic” needs met, but… Attachment Emotional bond Instinctually driven in animals Imprinting Konrad Lorenz Baby ducks, molding imprinting John Bowlby (1907 ‐ 1990) Who takes best care of me? “Emotional universe” Affects the child’s behavior comfortable/curious? nervous/anxious? Styles of attachment Mary Ainsworth (1978) The “strange situation” Four distinct attachment styles: Secure attachment (60%) Insecure ‐ avoidant (20%)...
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