102outline6 - QUALITY DAYCARE INFANT DAYCARE SUGGESTIONS (...

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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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