Attachment Key Facts

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Age at which babies begin to show signs of attachment
Reaction a child displays when they are upset when left by their primary caregiver
Reaction a child displays when they show distress in the company of an unfamiliar person
Psychologist behind the 'Strange Situation' experiment
Lowest age of infants used in the 'Strange Situation' experiment
Highest age of infants used in the 'Strange Situation' experiment
The device through which the 'Strange Situation' experiment was observed
Percentage of infants in the 'Strange Situation' experiment that displayed a secure attachment
Percentage of infants in the 'Strange Situation' experiment that displayed an insecure avoidant attachment
Percentage of infants in the 'Strange Situation' experiment that displayed an insecure ambivalent attachment
Most common type of attachment in the UK
Most common type of attachment in Germany
Most common type of attachment in Japan
Core Theory: name of psychologist
Core Theory: monotropy is an attachment to ___ caregiver
Core Theory: age by which it is important to have formed an attachment
Core Theory: what will happen when a child forms no primary attachment
Core Theory: what will happen when an attachment is formed but later broken
Core Theory: the term the psychologist used to describe criminals who showed a lack of remorse and guilt
Core Theory Limitation: the study was based on monotropy, but 'children can develop _____ attachments.'
Core Theory Limitation: the study postulated that there was a _____ _____ for forming attachments, but critics say that this was too extreme.'
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Core Theory Limitation: the psychologist believed that the effects of _______ were irreversible, but his critics say that they can be reversed.'
Core Theory Limitation: the psychologist's theory states that attachment is primarily ______, but others believe it is learnt behaviour.'
Alternative Theory: name of theory
Alternative Theory: infants learn attachment through a process of _______
Alternative Theory: a person will repeat behaviour if the consequence of that behaviour is ______
Alternative Theory: 'Securely attached children tend to have caregivers who are very ______ to their child's needs.'
Alternative Theory: 'Insecure avoident children tend to have caregivers who are generally ________ in their child.'
Alternative Theory: 'Insecure ambivalent children tend to have caregivers who are interested in them but who tend to __________ their child's behaviour.'
Core Study: names of psychologists
Core Study: year carried out
Core Study: method of collecting data
Core Study: what it was advertised as in the local press
Core Study: how many replies were received
Core Study: how many replies were analysed
Core Study: percentage of people adjudged to have had a secure attachment in infancy
Core Study: percentage of people adjudged to have had an avoident attachment in infancy
Core Study: percentage of people adjudged to have had an ambivalent attachment in infancy
Core Study Limitation: 'The sampling method may have given an ___________ sample.'
Core Study Limitation: 'The (survey type) relies too much on respondents giving _____ and _______ answers.'
Core Study Limitation: 'The (survey type) used ______ questions which may not have gone into enough depth.'

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Created Jan 15, 2013ReportNominate
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