19) When your friend Ashley first started dating Tom, she told you he seemed like a really nice guy, but she did not spend much time talking about him. After some time, however, Ashley started complaining that Tom wanted to spend time with her constantly and seemed to expect more of a commitment from her than she was interested in giving. She felt frustrated that he did not respect her need for independence, and she eventually brokeup with him. What is the most accurate statement?
20) Angela and Charlie have been dating for a few months. Despite spending most of their time together, Angela’s low self-worth makes her concerned that Charlie is just not that into her. Based on Angela’s working model, she is likely to have what type of attachment style?
21) Paul is a 25-year-old single male. His friends are encouraging him to try online dating, but he does not see what the fuss is about because he is happy being alone and is content withhis life. Based on Paul’s working model, he is likely to have what type of attachment style?
22) Bowlby, in his original conception of attachment theory, predicted that attachment models would be highly stable over time. How can the research that investigates the continuity ofattachment models best be summarized?a.Attachment models change easily over the course of a person’s life.b.There are very few similarities between attachment models in caregiver-child relationships and adult intimate relationships.c.Although there are some similarities between attachment models in caregiver-childrelationships and adult intimate relationships, only caregiver-child relationships activate the attachment behavior system.d.Many of the features that characterize caregiver-child relationships also characterize relationships between adults in love.