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PPT-3.3 - Introduction to Psychology PGS 101 Module 3.3...

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Introduction to Psychology PGS 101 Dr. Éva Szeli Arizona State University Module 3.3 Social Development in Childhood
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Social development Foundation for future relationships Begins with emotional attachment or bond to primary caregivers Separation anxiety “DON‟T LEAVE ME!
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Social development: Attachment
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Social development: Attachment Secure attachment (65%) distressed when separated, but eager to re-connect mom/dad = „home base‟ Avoidant attachment (20%) not distressed when separated, not responsive upon return Ambivalent attachment (10-15%) seeks close contact, responds with anger after separation Disorganized/disoriented attachment (5-10%) reunions are unpredictable
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Personality development: Temperament
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Short during the Fall '11 term at ASU.

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PPT-3.3 - Introduction to Psychology PGS 101 Module 3.3...

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