AttachmentPP - Attachment Temperament Easy/Difficult Children Anne McHattie Click to edit Master subtitle style Bowlbys Attachment Theory The

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/10/11 Attachment & Temperament: Easy/Difficult Children Anne McHattie
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2/10/11 Bowlby’s Attachment Theory The attachment a child has to their mother and father predicts the outcome of emotional relationships later. Attachment is learning how to love important people in their life, parents. Children show the level of attachment to their parents by the way they react when under stress, safe of frightened.
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2/10/11 Secure Attachment Children will go to their parents when they have had their needs met. Parents must by receptive, aware, available and responsive to the child’s needs.
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2/10/11 Disorganized Attachment When there is no level of attachment to the parent. Common symptoms are fear, and helplessness, anti-social behavior and mental illness. Usually caused by abuse, neglect and parental mental illness.
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Representation Model Children learn attachment and pass it down, which is learned through a loving relationship. Self confidence, high self worth and
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course DFST 3123 taught by Professor Bradetich during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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