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NOTE : OUTLINES ARE PROVIDED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. SOME AREAS LISTED ON THE OUTLINES MAY BE DELETED AND OTHERS ADDED AS NECESSARY IN LECTURES DURING THE COURSE OF THE SEMESTER. I. ATTACHMENT --DEFINITION/DESCRIPTION --BEHAVIORAL COMPONENTS PROXIMITY-SEEKING (“signal” & “executive/approach” behaviors) HELEN SHATZ --FUNCTION OF ATTACHMENT FIGURES JOHN BOWLBY SECURE BASE – exploration SAFE HAVEN FROM THREAT – emotion regulation II. MEASURING ATTACHMENT MARY AINSWORTH THE “STRANGE SITUATION” PROCEDURE (description and limitations/see chart: “Simplified Outline of the Patterns of Attachment”) JEROME KAGAN CONCLUSIONS: “match-mismatch” “DISPLACED ATTACHMENT”
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Unformatted text preview: • “QUALITY” DAYCARE • INFANT DAYCARE SUGGESTIONS ( MICHAEL RUTTER & JEROME KAGAN ) ********************************************* * Note : The following chart falls under “II. Measuring Attachment ” and relates to the work of M. Ainsworth and the “Strange Situation” procedure. SIMPLIFIED OUTLINE OF THE PATTERNS OF ATTACHMENT (M. AINSWORTH) CLASSIFICATION WHEN P* WHEN P TYPE LEAVES RETURNS 1.SECURELY MILD SEEKS P, ATTACHED PROTEST IS EASILY (65%) COMFORTED 2.INSECURELY NO P IGNORED ATTACHED PROTEST (Anxious-Avoidant) (21%) 3.INSECURELY EXTREMELY ALTERNATELY ATTACHED DISTRESSED CLINGS & (Anxious-Resistant) PUSHES P (14%) AWAY *P=PARENT OUTLINE6 – “STRANGE SITUATION” SIMPLIFIED CHART/OUTLINE...
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