The shame aspect comes into play when the child does not succeed in this task

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The shame aspect comes into play when the child does not succeed in this task and losses the approval of people important to them. This leads to a loss of confidence. 2. What is Mary Ainsworth’s Strange Situation experiment? Why is the experiment play a tremendous role in the development of attachment? Mary Ainsworth’s strange situation experiment consisted of mothers leaving their 12/18-month-old baby alone with a stranger in a room full of toys. The experiment plays a tremendous role in the development of attachment because it observed the attachment relationship between a caregiver and a child which is the framework of the child’s future attachments to others. 3. Disorganized/Disoriented is an attachment indicated by confusion. It demonstrates a type of insecure attachment. 4. Describe the following newborn reflexes: University at Buffalo: Winkelman
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a. Moro (Startle) reflex: startle reaction response (i.e., loud noises, sudden change in orientation of the head) which consists of spreading out the arms, pulling the arms in, and crying; develops between 25–30 weeks of gestation and disappears between 4–6 months of age. b. Grasp (Palmar) reflex: describes how children will close their hands around any object that touches their palm; lasts about 3-4 months until the child is able to grasp things voluntarily. c. Root reflex: describes how if you stroke a baby’s cheek they will involuntarily turn towards that stimulus, which helps them orient towards the mother’s breast/bottle; disappears over the first few weeks of life and eventually the baby turns its head voluntarily.
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