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Unformatted text preview: “Disorganized” Attachment (Non-negligible percent did not fit, Addition of new classification) Pattern Strange Situation Behavior Percent Caregiver Antecedent D Approach-avoidance 14-24% Frightened/Frightening Freezing, stereotypies Overview of Attachment Patterns-Organized Secure (B) Insecure Ambivalent (C) or Avoidant (A)-Disorganized Caregiver Sensitivity or Child Temperament o What is temperament? o Evidence favors caregiver sensitivity o Heart rate data Ambivalent-heart rate goes up during separation o Non-correspondence across caregivers o Temperamental variability within pattern o Intervention studies Sensitivity training “Snuggly” study o Predictive Value (can predict how the baby will act a year later from caregiver sensitivity at this time)...
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- Spring '07
- heart rate, Mary Ainsworth, caregiver, caregiver sensitivity