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Psy270 Exam 2 Fall 2013 1) What is equivalence and bias? 2) What are the 4 types of equivalence discussed in class? Be able to define and give an example for each one of them. 3) What is response bias and social desirability? 4) What are the 5 types of response bias? Be able to define each one and mention which groups use each response bias. 5) How do we define attachment? 6) How did the concept of attachment evolved? Make sure you are familiar with all the researchers we mentioned including Bowlby 7) What is the most common way of assessing attachment in infancy? Explain how it is assessed 8) What are the four attachment styles? How do they differ from each other? 9) What are some cross-cultural differences in terms of attachment style discussed in class? 10) How do caregiver behaviors influence attachment in the U.S.? 11) How is caregiver sensitivity associated with attachment? Is this consistent across cultures? 12) What are some cross-cultural differences between Japan and US in terms of how sensitive caregiving is defined? 13) Does separation means the same across cultures? Why or why not? In other words, what might be some cross-cultural differences that may affect the validity of the strange situation as a method to assess attachment? 14) Is attachment universal? Please explain how it is universal, and also be familiar with cross-cultural differences (HINT: explain adaptive vs. maladaptive behaviors). 15) Why is attachment important? Explain cross-cultural findings in attachment and child competencies. Please also be familiar with other factors that affect child competencies.
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  • Summer '13
  • MariaEspinosa-Hernandez
  • Psychology, Intelligence quotient, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children

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