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1 Socio-Emotional Development: Attachment Theory Lecture 11 Outline square6 The Roots of Attachment Theory square6 John Bolwby’s Attachment Theory square6 Measuring Attachment & Attachment Patterns square6 Stability of attachment square6 Attachments to others Attachment = the emotional bond between the infant and its primary caregivers The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives square6 Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud ( 1856-1939) square6 Early interactions are the foundation for later relationships square6 Infants are attached to the figures that fulfill their hunger drive square6 mother becomes a secondary reinforcer square6 Stimulation during interaction might be the reinforcer square6 Attachment develops over time square6 Learning theory B. F. Skinner ( 1904-1990) The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives square6 Ethology square6 Imprinting square6 The first leaning in animals square6 Instinctual learning square6 Following a moving object Konrad Lorenz ( 1903-1989) The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives square6 Ethology The Roots of Attachment Theory: Theoretical perspectives square6 Attachment is biologically programmed response system square6 activated early in the infant’s development square6 Follows the principles of imprinting
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2 The Roots of Attachment Theory: Living in isolation observations
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