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secure-avoidant. insecure-avoidant. insecure-ambivalent. Add Question Here Question 219 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Lee Ann is visibly upset when her mother leaves the room. When her mother returns after a few minutes absence, Lee Ann rushes to greet her mother and hugs her mother's legs. According to Mary Ainsworth's research, Lee Ann is exhibiting which type of attachment? Answer securely attached insecure-avoidant insecure-ambivalent disorganized-disoriented Add Question Here Question 220 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You leave your child with a babysitter. When you return, your child ignores you. Your child's behavior indicates which type of attachment? Answer securely attached secure-avoidant insecure-avoidant insecure-ambivalent Add Question Here Question 221 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ infants tend to turn away from the mother when she returns to the room. Answer Securely attached Secure-avoidant Insecure-avoidant
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Insecure-ambivalent Add Question Here Question 222 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You go to a movie and leave your child with the babysitter. When you return, your child gets near you but resists touching you. Your child's behavior is suggestive of which type of attachment? Answer securely attached secure-avoidant insecure-avoidant insecure-ambivalent Add Question Here Question 223 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Abby’s mother leaves the room. When her mother returns, Abby runs to greet her mother. However, when her mother reaches to pick her up, Abby pulls away and screams out “no.” According to Mary Ainsworth’s research, Abby is exhibiting a(n) Answer secure attachment. insecure-ambivalent attachment. insecure-avoidant attachment. separation anxiety disorder. Add Question Here Question 224 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to research by Collins and Gunnar, infants who were securely attached by the age of one year Answer showed more fearfulness in preschool. were overly dependent on their teachers in preschool. showed more curiosity and problem-solving ability in preschool. exhibited poor peer relations in preschool. Add Question Here Question 225 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 exhibited which of the following behaviors when adopted by American and Canadian families? Answer These children exhibited poor attachment to their new parents. These children did not like to be touched or make eye contact with others. Some of these children wandered off with strangers. All of these behaviors were exhibited by these children.
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