Ainsworth's Patterns of Attachment

Can you name the Ainsworth's Patterns of Attachment?

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A form of assessing children's attachment at home. This is only suitable for children between the ages of one and four.Child Development Berk
What is it called when a baby is taken through eight short episodes where the baby experiences a variety of seperations and reunions from their caregivers?Child Development Berk
When the caregiver and the baby are in the room and a stranger enters what will they use their caregiver as?Child Development Berk
What is it called when the baby uses their caregiver as a secure base?Child Development Berk
What pattern represents the greatest insecurity between a baby and its caregiver?Child Development Berk
What form of attachment has been seen in research to cause improved cognitive, emotional, and social competence in later years?Child Development Berk
What form of attachment is seen when babies are unresponsive to the caregiver when seperation occur?Child Development Berk
What does disorganized/disoriented attachment shows signs of?Child Development Berk
What is it called when a baby is distressed when the caregiver leaves, but also combines closeness and resistant behavior when the caregiver returns?Child Development Berk
What form of attachment is present when a baby reacts to the stranger in the same way the baby would react to the caregiver?Child Development Berk
The Strange Situation technique has also been modified for preschool age children. (True/False)Child Development Berk

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