attachment theory

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Psychosocial Development Infancy and Toddlerhood Social Development: Infancy Temperament (NYLS) Easy 40% Difficult/ spirited 10% Slow-to-warm-up 15% 35% didn’t fit into just one temperament Goodness of fit Match between temperament and environmental demands and constraints Need for Affection Harry and Jean Harlow conducted a series of studies in the 50’s and 60’s with Rhesus monkeys Wire “mother” with bottle Wire “mother” with soft cloth Need for Affection Preferred cloth “mother” over “mother” with food None grew up normally None able to nurture their own offspring
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Attachment Theory John Bowlby Attachment reciprocal enduring tie between infant and caregiver, each of whom contributes to the quality of the relationship. Babies use caregiver as a secure base a point of departure fro exploration and a safe place to return periodically for emotional support Studying Attachment Patterns Strange Situation Test
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