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Lect+11.+6+slides+per+page - Lecture 11 Socio-Emotional...

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1 Socio-Emotional Development: Attachment Theory Lecture 11 Outline s The Roots of Attachment Theory s John Bolwby’s Attachment Theory s Measuring Attachment & Attachment Patterns s Stability of attachment s Attachments to others Attachment = the emotional bond between the infant and its primary caregivers The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives s Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) s Early interactions are the foundation for later relationships s Infants are attached to the figures that fulfill their hunger drive s mother becomes a secondary reinforcer s Stimulation during interaction might be the reinforcer s Attachment develops over time s Learning theory B. F. Skinner (1904-1990) The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives s Ethology s Imprinting s The first leaning in animals s Instinctual learning s Following a moving object Konrad Lorenz (1903-1989) The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives s Ethology The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives s Attachment is biologically programmed response system s activated early in the infant’s development s Follows the principles of imprinting
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Lect+11.+6+slides+per+page - Lecture 11 Socio-Emotional...

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