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Add Question Here Question 226 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Children who were raised in overcrowded Romanian orphanages and got almost no attention from adults for the first year or two of their lives Answer were able to readily establish secure attachments once adopted by American and Canadian adoptive parents. craved constant attention and wanted to be held a great deal of the time. were anxious and remote and would not make eye contact with others. were more fearful of strangers once they established an attachment with their adoptive parents. Add Question Here Question 227 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Researchers Bridges and Sroufe believe that our first attachments to our parents Answer influence how we relate to our friends and lovers. occur during the first hours of life during a critical period. are influenced by an evolutionary pattern that cannot be altered. have little influence on our social behaviors as adults. Add Question Here Question 228 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Sarah believes that most people are well intentioned. She is comfortable relying on husband and friends and having them depend on her. Sarah does not worry about being abandoned by her husband. According to Bridges and Sroufe's research on adult attachment style, Sarah would be described as having a(n) _____ attachment style. Answer ambivalent avoidant secure dependent Add Question Here Question 229 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Carmen has often felt misunderstood and unappreciated in her relationships and even believes her boyfriend and friends to be somewhat unreliable. She would love to feel closer to her them but cannot bring herself to trust them. According to Bridges and Sroufe's research on adult attachment style, Carmen would be described as having a(n) _____ attachment style. Answer ambivalent avoidant secure independent Add Question Here Question 230 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove
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Question Sam has difficulty trusting the women he has dated in recent years. They have all seemed too eager to seek commitment from him. So, when the relationship gets too close, he pulls back and the relationship breaks up. According to Bridges and Sroufe's research on adult attachment style, Sam would be described as having a(n) _____ attachment style. Answer ambivalent avoidant secure independent Add Question Here Question 231 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Most adults have a(n) _____ attachment style that is marked by caring, supportiveness, and understanding. Answer ambivalent avoidant secure demoncratic Add Question Here Question 232 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question A person with a(n) _____ attachment style has a tendency to resist intimacy and commitment to others.
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