Infant Lecture 14

Infant Lecture 14 - Infant Lecture 14 March 19, 2007 Final...

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Infant Lecture 14 March 19, 2007 Final Exam is from a pool of questions 10-15 questions made up after each lecture ¾ book ¼ notes, check webpage too! Tonight we will conclude infancy- social development… -30 to 40% of kids in 6 th grade will not finish high school -We have a diminishment of what education really means and what it’s responsible for and how it’s promoted to consumers [mainly students] Attachment: -Ethological theorist say that there is a fixed action pattern - FAP- Lorenz -FAP is biologically fixed into you -Imprinting - for geese and ducks the first moving object becomes object they are imprinted on when they are born -Question: How much of this is built in? [mother may be the 5 th or 10 th person], we don’t have fixed action pattern Psychoanalytic [very dominant in 1930s-40s and 50s] – Bowlby [talked about early relations between mother and child and his estimate was in 40% of cases there was a defective relationship; looked at London, so he said defective relationship with mother was future social problems?] >> Mary Ainsworth was his graduate student- decided to test his theories and tested them in a couple of cultures and she found that children varied in their attachment theories -strange situation Types of AH. Harry Harlow-Animal model: Another point of view, studied attachment in the early relationship of infant and mother using recess monkeys, used this animal model and took recess monkeys at birth and isolated them from the colony and then looked at the affect of isolation and being raised w/o natural mother, and took a look at whether or not if they were attracted to surrogate mothers motivated for food or comfort …. - Isolation - Food vs comfort -Then as a follow up how they acted as parents after returned to colony and became parents… In Harlow’s initial experiment infant monkeys were separated from mothers btwn 6 and 12 hours and then raised by surrogate mothers made of heavy wire or wood, one of the mothers just had a wire frame and another one was surrounded by terry cloth, in most of the experiments are the ones that show the wire mother offering food
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course CHEM 160:161 taught by Professor Siegel during the Spring '09 term at Rutgers.

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Infant Lecture 14 - Infant Lecture 14 March 19, 2007 Final...

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