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...Attachment Style: Fearful-Avoidant? I am disappointed to know that my attachment style is fearful. Honestly, I was expecting much more sophisticated. The word “fear” or “fearful” does not really express or describe my “attachment style” or how I deal or feel towards my partner. Of course, I “fear” to lose my partner or to lose her love for me. But it fails to tell or show that I love my partner without necessarily being fearful. I mean, the question -- e.g., are you afraid to lose your partner’s love? -- is irrelevant or misleading. Further, the Close Relationships Questionnaire, as I see...
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Outline the main principles of attachment theory indicating how insecure attachment style develops. Show how an understanding of attachment theory can aid socia
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...Attachment Theory. The most significant premise was that attachment styles become established during infancy. These attachment styles, in turn, become established by virtue of the nature of the infant/caregiver relationship. These early attachments are lasting, the effects of these early attachments are enduring, and they remain influential throughout a person’s lifespan. How people establish bonds later in life, and how they function as social organisms, is to a large extant the product of these early attachments. In this view, human beings are predisposed to some extant to certain tendencies and certain behaviours as a consequence of events in these early... Attachment Theory: Main Principles,...
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Attachment and Parenting Style
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...Attachment and Parenting Style of Introduction Infants need to venture into the outside world with a lot of confidence and self-assurance. The first person to instill confidence in an infant is the parent, guardian, caregiver or siblings (Berk, 2012). Hence, from the moment a child is born, the relationship with those close to him or her should not only be warm but also sensitive and provide the necessary material and emotional support for early and late childhood growth and development (Berk, 2012). The close, warm and sensitive relationship with parents and/or caregivers helps in establishing a rather strong bond that promotes social and emotional...
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Attachment and Parenting Style
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...style consists of several elements that merge to generate the emotional atmosphere in which parents communicate their attitudes and feelings to their child. This paper will focus on authoritative parenting style and permissive parenting style. Culture plays a significant role in determining attachment. The paper will also assess ways in which culture impact attachment. Attachment and Parenting Style Introduction The type of parenting style parent exhibit greatly affects a child’s development. According to Lerner, (2003), “a parenting style consists of several elements that combine to create the emotional climate in which parents communicate their attitudes and feelings to their child... ? A parenting...
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Describe the role that parents or caregivers play in the development of attachment and the role they play in promoting autonomy. Is there a specific parenting style that you would recommend to assure the most effective development of both Why
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...attachment. Children also develop autonomy when given authoritative parenting because the parents dictate the children what is right and what is wrong by establishing the rules in the start, but listen to the needs and respond to the demand of the children. References: Karavasilis, L., Doyle, A. B., and Markiewicz, D. (2003). Associations between parenting style and attachment to mother in middle childhood and adolescence. International Journal of Behavioral Development. 27(2), 153-164.... Q Ans. Parents’ role in the development of attachment between themselves and their children, and in the development of autonomy in children cannot be overestimated. The way children relate...
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Romantic Attachment Styles
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...Attachment styles Romantic attachment styles My romantic attachment theory can be termed secure. This is attributed to the fact thatI find it relatively easy to get close to others and am comfortable depending on them and having them depend on me. I do not often worry about being abandoned or about someone getting close to me. How a secure attachment style has affected my past and current relationships My secure attachment style has significantly affected my past and current romantic relationships. It is important to posit that each and...
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Romantic Attachment Styles
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...Attachment Styles Attachments styles in relationships vary from an individual to the other. I am well defined by the avoidant attachment style. This attachment style has also affected my non-romantic relationships. Each style of attachment affects each entity from the romantic to the non-romantic forms of relationships. This has influenced my partner selection on how well the combined progress in the relationship goes and how it is easily terminated. Prior to understanding my attachment, I could not identify my vulnerabilities and strengths in the non-romantic relationships. My attachment pattern developed in my early childhood and continued to function into a working model for adulthood... Romantic...
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Social Psychology: attachment styles
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...Attachment Styles A person’s attachment style affects everything from their selection of partner to how well their relationship will grow even how it will end. The recognition of a person’s attachment style can help in understanding their strength’s and vulnerabilities in relationships. The pattern of a person’s attachment is established in early childhood attachments and continues to influence latter relationships into adulthood. This model of attachment influences our reactions to needs and the extent that we would go to meet them. A person with a secure attachment style is often confident and self-possessed and has the ability to interact with others easily. They easily meet... Social Psychology:...
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Psychological aspects of attachment
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...style of attachment. The analyzed bonding cycles and stages form the necessary ground for attachment realization. The key role in realization of attachment is played by affection which may be defined as a specific relationship of a person dominated by affectionate. Attachment can be defined as a person-specific relationship... be differences in their attachment styles. M. Ainsworth subdivided and described three attachment styles, i.e.: secure attachment, anxious-ambivalent insecure attachment and anxious-avoidant insecure attachment. Later she added one more type called...
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Childrens Attachment Styles
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...ATTACHMENT STYLES On the Attachment Styles and its Effect on the Development of a Maltreated Foster Child Compared to other groups of children, foster children are the most vulnerable. The majority of foster children are removed from their homes due to neglect and abuse (physical, mental, sexual) from their parents or caregivers. When the causes of maltreatment are looked into, Belsky (1993) says in his article that there is "no shortage of causal agents" that is raised to give explanations on why such abuse and neglect happens to a child. With this type of experience, it is not hard to discern that foster children have at some level grown wavering attachments... or if not, have distorted...
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Attachment between friend and romantic partner
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...ATTACHMENT THEORY AND HOW MUCH DIFFERENT IS ITS APPLICATION AMONG FRIENDS AND ROMANTIC PARTNERS A STUDY BASED ON A SPECIFIC STUDENT SAMPLE POPULATION Executive Summary A difference in the attachment style between a friend and a romantic partner of students is the major concern area of this study. The study has focused its concentration in finding out the differences in the attachment style of students with their friends and romantic partners at different ages through the identification of their dependency and competitiveness level with their friends and romantic partners. This study has attended to explore the preferential level and attitude of students... level of students at their...
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Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships
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...attachments in the romantic relationships and the stability of the relationships. The research design that is explicitly carried out should be related to the study, why the study is being made, where the study will be carried out ,the type of data used , the collection of the same, the time duration for the study and the style with which the report... ?Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships Affiliation with more information about affiliation, research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships Debra Henderson Abstract: Research on an Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships is lead by the various types of assumptions that identical motivational scheme ...
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Romantic Attachment Styles
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...Attachment Styles Tabitha Moyer Argosy We meet people every day that come from different types of backgrounds. Our parents try to bring us up the best way they know how. However, children learn from their parents. My lovely grandparents were brought up in a culture they believe in, “spare the rod, and spoil the child.” Therefore, they brought their children up in that way. In the time when my lovely grandparents were raised family also stayed together not matter how hard it was. The men would provide, and the woman would take care of the house and the children. The families were much bigger than some women would have 8 to 12 children. The children were taught to help around the house. I...
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A Look into the Emotion Regulation Capacities of Different Attachment Styles
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...attachment style. Survey data from Australian participants were gathered to provide an understanding of how varying attachment styles likewise affect one’s capacities to regulate his or her emotions. A four-group model, as adapted from Bartholomew and Horowitz (1991), was used to classify participants into four different attachment styles, namely, Secure, Pre-Occupied, Dismissive, and Fearful. Subsequently, capacity to regulate emotions was measured at two levels, Suppression and Reappraisal, using Wei, et al’s (2007) Experiences in Close Relationship (ECR) scale. Findings show that in comparison to Secure people, Pre-Occupied... This study examines how people’s regulation of emotions varies with their...
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Insecure Attachment and Development
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...attachments to others. The infant's first experience of this is through the relationship he or she forms with his or her primary caregiver.' These early relationships are thought to guide how we approach and function in later relationships and new situations, and will influence social, emotional, cognitive, and personality development (Bowlby, 1988). Research has demonstrated that insecure attachment styles, in particular, will lead to negative outcomes in childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Insecure Attachment and Development Attachment theory posits that every individual is born with the capability of developing attachments to other individuals. These attachment styles... ?Running Head: Insecure...
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Discuss the attachment theories in childhood
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...attachment is not entirely based on reliance on food (Goldberg, Muir & Kerr 2000, p.48). Components of Attachment Children develop diverse styles of attachment depending on the experiences and interactions they have with their caregivers. Their components of attachment comprise of haven, whereby children find refuge in caregivers whenever they feel threatened or terrified. There is also secure base in which the caregiver offers... ? The Attachment Theories in Childhood Introduction Attachment refers to a lifelong emotional bond between twopeople, especially affection ties between significant others. Attachment theories spotlight psychological tendency to look for closeness to another person for security, ...
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Insecure attachment - assignment weighting 65%
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...attachments to others. The infants first experience of this is through the relationship he or she forms with his or her primary caregiver. These early relationships are thought to guide how we approach and function in later relationships and new situations, and will influence social, emotional, cognitive, and personality development (Bowlby, 1988). Research has demonstrated that insecure attachment styles, in particular, will lead to negative outcomes in childhood, adolescence, and adulthood. Insecure Attachment and Development Attachment theory posits that every individual is born with the capability of developing attachments to other individuals. These attachment styles... Running Head: Insecure...
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Attachment and bullying
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...attachment and relationships with others. T-test for paired samples was undertaken to establish stability of parental attachment styles. The t-test for two independent samples was used to determine if there are significant differences between males and females in terms of perceptions of bullying experiences. Finally, the one-way analysis of variance was computed to check if there are significant differences in perceptions of bullying across cultures. All analyses shall be undertaken with SPSS v. 13. Procedure The data collection period shall occur over a period of 2 days. Besides sending... Method Participants All undergraduate are eligible to take part in this study. To recruit participants...
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Reaction paper on Romantic love conceptualized as an attachment process by Hazan, C., & Shaver, P. (1987)
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...Attachment Process” discusses the similarities between the early attachment relations and adult romantic love (1987). The research was based on previous studies on the Attachment Theory by Bowlby, Ainsworth, et al about the three major styles of attachment in infancy, namely, secure, avoidant and anxious/ambivalent (Hazan & Shaver, 1987). These styles were then related to adult romantic love. The article aims to develop further the theories of Bowlby and Ainsworth that romantic relationships are influenced by the “mental models of self and social life” (Hazan... Reaction Paper on Romantic Love Reaction Paper on Romantic Love Cindy Hazan and Phillip Shaver’s “Romantic Love Conceptualized as an...
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Attachment and early childhood and its implications on mental health
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...attachment relations. The behavioral patterns of infants in strange situations highlights four distinct attachment patterns namely secure/autonomous, anxious/preoccupied, avoidant/dismissing, and disorganized types, which corresponds to the attachment styles in adults, secure, avoidant, anxious and unresolved respectively. Securely attached infants are uncomfortable in strange environments and are distressed by caregivers’ absence while the avoidant types may not be bothered by the separation from primary caregivers... Attachment and Early Childhood, and Its Implications on Mental Health Introduction Personality disorders are enduring individual mannerisms that entail the intrapersonal, interpersonal and ...
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Attachment and Their Role in Intergenerational Continuity
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...Attachment An anxious-avoidant attachment style is exhibited by avoiding and ignoring the mother. The child hardly shows any emotion when mother returns or goes away. There is n't much exploration taking place. Moreover the child's equation to the strangers and mother is hardly distinquishable. The emotional range exhibited by the child is very narrow. This style of attachment springs from a mothering style which is more uninvolved. The child's needs... The Universality Patterns of Attachment and Their Role in Intergenerational Continuity Introduction Psychologists have made forays in to the subtle aspects of human behavior from the early days of Modern psychology. The attachment, which animals and...
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Different Styles of Attachment During Child Development
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...Attachment during child development refers to an emotional tie to another person. A British psychologist named John Bowly, was the first psychologist to study this subject and he clearly defined it as "lasting psychological connectedness between human beings." Attachment has been found to play an important role in the later development of an infant and thus needs to be taken seriously. This work will analyze different studies conducted with regard to this subject, detailing the stages of attachment, styles of attachment, the cognitive development and suggest directions for future research Earliest attachment developed by children with their caregivers play an important... of Affiliation: INTRODUCTION...
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Bullying and Attachment Styles
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...attachment styles are stable over time, and that insecure attachments are more likely to result in low social bonding and more risk of becoming a bully, or experiencing bullying, as compared to secure attachment individuals. This study will use a purposive sample of university students to gather self-reports of attachment with parents, relationships with others, and bullying experiences, "Then", retrospectively of high school, and "Now" at university. The aim of this study is to bring awareness of bullying and to bring in anti bullying schemes not only in schools but universities. Introduction Attachment is an emotional bond formed first... Attachment is the emotional bond that is established...
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Attachment theory: Caregiver-child attachment and healthy human development in children ages three or older, who have been placed in foster care or adoptive fam
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...attachment style of the child is well known. Hence, how efficacious the foster parent would be in fulfilling the psychological needs of the growing child is a crucial question. When the primary caregiver-child attachment is sub-standard then the child’s disposition toward... Running Head: ADULT-CHILD ATTACHMENT Attachment theory: Caregiver-child attachment and healthy human development in children ages three or older, whohave been placed in foster care or adoptive families: Student Name University Name Abstract: Several studies have shown that the relationship established between a child and its caretaker (parent or guardian) will have a significant influence in the subsequent psycholo...
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How does attachment theory help psychotherapists in their practice
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...attachment theory help psychotherapists in their practice Because emotion regulation is so important in so many different areasof psychological research, including clinical, developmental, and social psychology, as well as affective neuroscience, attachment researchers have conducted many studies on the topic. Although there are still methods to be tried, ideas to be explored, and loose ends to be tied, the literature already indicates that attachment style is an important construct for researchers and clinicians interested in individual differences in emotion regulation. Secure adults, most of whom have enjoyed favorable treatment by attachment figures, are able to experience, express... How does...
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Psychology
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...Attachment Attachment Introduction During the period of 1970, Mary Ainsworth conducted a study on attachment style and regarded that study as strange situation study and through this study, she figured out several attachment styles that are formed between children and their caregivers. While conducting this study, infants aging between 12 to 18 months were used and their behavior was observed in seven episodes and each episode lasted for three minutes. In first episode the infant and the parent were left alone in a room, then a stranger was added to them, then the stranger was left alone...
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Attachment Disorder
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...attachment that may be more likely to form relationships that are unsupportive and easily disrupted. RAD when persists among children, induces an avoidant history full of early experiences that support a view of the self as unworthy of care and unable to achieve emotional closeness and a behavioural style of isolation. Therefore negative emotions with a history of unpredictable or inconsistent care giving experiences disrupt rather than restoring relationships, inhibiting the development... ___________ ID: _______________ d: April-19-2008 Attachment Disorder Attachment disorder is a common term used to describe various ups and downs of moods, emotions, social attachments and care giving not only in...
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Psychology assighment
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...Attachment Attachment “may be defined as an affectionate tie that one person shares with another which involves a desire for regular contact with that person and the feeling of despair on separation”. The four degrees of attachment can be detailed as below; 1) Secure Attachment – It is an attachment which an infant forms with its parents or caregiver as it gets security and comfort and is known as secure attachment. The child attachment is based on the sensitivity the parent show to their needs. It is the most adaptive attachment style. If...
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Children Relationships Essay
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...attachment styles of children were seen to be of one secure type and two insecure types — secure attachment, insecure resistant attachment and insecure avoidant attachment. The child that is securely attached is avoidant of the stranger when alone but is friendly in the presence of the caregiver, is distressed when the caregiver leaves proximity but is happy when she returns. The child that is ‘resistantly attached’ avoids... ?Children Relationships Of the many psychological researches on children relationships, this paper explores the work of Mary Ainsworth and William A.Corsaro, helping to better understand attachment theory as well as kids' peer cultures. Comparing and contrasting the research by...
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The Effects of Post-Natal Depression on Mother/Child Attachment
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...styles of attachment: 1. Secure attachment: Infants with this type of attachment with mothers are less distressed when separated from mothers. This is because they have the confidence that the mother will come back when she leaves. 2. Ambivalent-insecure attachment: Infants with ambivalent attachment become distressed when the mother leaves. This type of attachment is because of poor maternal availability. The infant cannot depend on the mother in times of need because the mother is not available all the time. 3. Avoidant-insecure attachment: Infants with this type of attachment actually avoid mothers. Infact, they will prefer strangers... The Effects of Post-Natal Depression on Mother/Child Attachment...
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Neurobiology Assignment/Case Study
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...Attachment Style In the course of his development, Javier had an avoidance kind of attachment style. Avoidance attachment is characterized by Mikulincer, Shaver, and Pereg (2003) with the lack of attachment security, compulsive self-reliance, and preference for emotional distance from others. This kind of attachment stems from the feeling of isolation, of being abandoned... CASE STUDY: NEUROBIOLOGY Affect Regulation and Brain Development Affect regulation is a concept in neurobiology concerned with behavioral and emotional control of individuals (Applegate& Shapiro, 2005). The development of affect regulation springs from the maturity of the part of the brain called prefrontal cortex. Prefrontal cortex c...
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Predicting the development of Anorexia
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...Attachment Style and Eating Disorders Kwok Sin Hang, Prima SID: 07612933 Abstract Eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa (AN) and bulimia nervosa (BN), are a potentially life-threatening condition involving distorted, self-critical attitudes about food, and body image. Victims develop damaging behaviors like self-induced vomiting, excessive exercise and even suicide. Early Diagnosis can be achieved if the development can be predicted from other variables. Given the fact attachment style affects self-evaluation, identifying the association between attachment and susceptibility of eating disorders help better periodicity... Predicting the development of Anorexia: the Correlation between Adult...
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A psychodynamic approach: what can be gained from loss
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...attachment figure is the major variable of his attachment style and confidence (or lack of it). The availability of the caregiver makes the child less susceptible to fear and anxiety; thus, helps him to develop secure affectionate bonds. Nevertheless, unavailability paves the ways for insecure and anxious attachment styles. Bowlby (1973) delineated “over-dependency or anxious attachment” as an attachment disorder. He gave the example of Jim in order to illustrate this attachment style. Jim seemed to show “strong attachments” to the nurses looked after him, he was clinging and possessive. According to Bowlby, clinging behavior characterized this type of attachment. Bowlby... ? A Psychodynamic Approach:...
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Attachments and Parenting Styles
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...Attachments and Parenting Styles Parenting is an interactive activity including specific behaviors that work to influence a child's future character. Parenting styles explain the normal differences parenting. The main task of parents is to guide, control and teach their children. The principal parenting basics are responsiveness and demandingness (Picton & Taylor, 2007). Authoritarian parenting style is characterized by high demandingness and low responsiveness. The children must follow rules and regulations and failure to obey them results in punishment. The parents cannot explain the reason for the rules. They have high demands, yet they are not responsive to their children... of...
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Nonverbal communication in romantic relationships - literature review
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...Attachment Style and Nonverbal Closeness in Dating Couples” (Tucker & Anders, 1998) reported that secure attachment style resulted in more positive touching. Research Questions Although it may seem obvious that nonverbal communication—in general, a subconscious act—should correlate with relational satisfaction, researchers may take nothing for granted. Thus, the Hinkle study cited research that reported relationships have a greater... Nonverbal Communication in Romantic Relationships Your School This literature review compares and contrasts four studies involving nonverbal communication. To the extent that romantic love can be analyzed with clinical detachment, it must be viewed as a result of positive in...
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Summary
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...attachment style Results: Study found out that avoidant, and not, anxious attachment did predict more positive attitudes towards infidelity. However, the relationship between avoidant attachment and interest in alternatives at a basic early stage level of social perception were not examined by the study. Current Investigation: Study 2 Hypothesis: Avoidant attachment relates to having an attentional bias toward alternatives to one’s current relationship partner. Method: The study involved... Summary Current Investigation: Study Hypothesis: that high, versus low, levels of avoidant attachment would relate tomore positive attitudes toward cheating on a current relationship partner (Study 1), more...
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Theories of Childhood
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...attachment styles; avoidant-insecure, ambivalent-insecure, and secure attachment. A fourth attachment style is referred to as disorganized-insecure attachment. Many studies are in support of the conclusions made by Ainsworth with additional research revealing that the early styles of attachment can aid in the prediction of behaviors later on in life (Holmes 53). Characteristics of Attachment Attachment through Life Before anyone begins to blame the problems in their relationship with parents, it is essential for one to note that styles of attachment from infancy... are not identical to the ones demonstrated when one goes through adult romantic-attachment (Holmes 60). A long...
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Psychology Questions
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...attachment refers to the emotionally intimate relationships that exist among adults. These come in different adult attachment styles. Secure personality is an attachment style formed mainly by people who once had secure attachments during their childhood. Dismissive personality attachment style is a character of those who had avoidant attachments during their childhood. Preoccupied personality is mainly for those children that had... Psychology Questions Question One Facial expressions are a non-verbal form of communication used to depict certain meanings or to reinforce particular statements used in verbal communication. In addition, facial expressions are also instrumental in expressing the emotions...
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Parenting Style
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...style are securely attached to their parents. On the other hand, children subject to authoritarian or permissive parenting style are insecurely attached or detached from their parents. A child who is securely attached to the parents has a great deal of autonomy, effective sharing, cognitive flexibility, problem-solving ability and perseverance. All of these outcomes indicate... Parenting Style I think itative parenting style is the most appropriate one of all the parenting styles. Parents need to be demanding as wellas responsive depending on the situation. Permissive parenting style is only responsive and lacks authority and confrontation. Authoritarian parenting style, at the other extreme, is...
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Attachment
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...attachment conduct for preschoolers (Loman and Gunnar, 2010). ECEs can conceive that various factors of risk and stress-receptive framework activity are receptive to different factors of parental care in infants who have experienced ESL conditions... EDUC 15323 Child Development Research Paper EDUC 15323 Child Development Research Paper My research question is how parents and caregivers influence brain development. The developmental issue of this research paper is how the incredibly undeveloped brain of a newborn is flexible and conditional on external forces imposed by caregivers and parents. As the human body’s most important and complicated organ, the brain develops after birth. As a result, newborns...
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Deception in Romantic Relations
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...Attachment Styles in Communication Patterns and Potential Termination of Romantic Relationships Following Discovery of Deception”, Su Ahn... ? Romantic Deception In “Deception in Intimate Relationships”, Candida Paterson examined six types of deception (omission, distortion, half -truths, blatant lies,white lies, and failed lies) with the participation of 80 romantically involved Australian students. According to her study, while white lies are the most common type of deception, blatant lies are the rarest. Her study found out positive correlation between diminished relationship satisfaction and increased frequency of lies. She also asserted that people lied in order to avoid argument. Paterson (1996,...
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What is attachment in childhood and why is it important
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...attachment. These include capability to regulate emotion in a stressful situation, have the confidence to freely explore the environment and the attachment can be helpful in fostering their language, cognitive and emotional development (Shaffer & Kipp, 2010, 59). Furthermore, children who form secure attachment are likely to predispose of positive social behaviors. Lack of secure attachment may have deterring effects on a person’s behavior in future. The main cause of insecure attachments is as a result of the kind of parenting style or the parent’s behavior. However... What is Attachment in Childhood and Why is it Important? Mary Ainsworth, a renowned psychologist, came up with an experiment referred...
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Learning behaviors, cognitive development, personality, and stress/health
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...Attachment Theory and determine your attachment style. Mary Ainsworth’s Attachment Theory (Melucci, 2010, p. 213 & Schacter, Gilbert, Wegner, 2012, ppt. 25) described and researched (monitored or observed) the behaviorisms and responsiveness between mothers and their infants. As a child, my Ainsworth Attachment style could be described as responsive – as mother’s/father’s helper is sometimes described... ? Reflection Paper: Learning Behaviors, Cognitive Development, Personality, and Stress/Health or College or University’s Name: Introduction Reflecting on one’s personal, professional, social, and cognitive well-being is an everyday task. Learning how to sustain and maintain work/life balances that keep...
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Attachment
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...Attachment al Affiliation Attachment in childhood development is a critical process, which contributes heavily inthe child’s youth and adult life. Right from birth to the children association with the attachment figures without preference, the psychological development must have been influenced by the caregivers and the surrounding. Children need maternal love to be able to develop interest to things and people in the environment; otherwise they would acquire a sad and an un-interactive life, due to what they missed early in life. This could be easily demonstrated by some children in institutionalised home cares or early in their foster...
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Reflection Paper: Critical Analysis of the literature
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...attachment style personality is when our caregivers give us a lot of love in our early years, thus giving us a secure feeling. Anxious attachment style is just the opposite when one is deprived of love and care during early years. And people who get no care at all develop avoidant attachment style. Human beings have evolved over the years to the present state. Similarly mankind has passed through... REFLECTIVE ESSAY. This chapter talks about knowing self and self awareness. As the chapter very aptly opens with an inscription found in a Greek temple, which says self awareness is very important for success and growth of personality. Self awareness is actually coming out of one’s own being and looking at...
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Teen oriented dating reality shows are undermining the values of our youth
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...attachment style. An attachment style is simply a psychological constructs that refers to the natural tendency of how... Teen-Oriented Dating Reality Shows Introduction Since the inception of reality television shows, many young people have been flickering through channels on their television sets to look for new dating reality shows. The result of the explosion of cable programming channels was the mergence of various genres of programming all competing for the audience in the market niche. Among the most successful programming type has been the reality television programming, especially the teen-oriented dating reality shows. Most of the major television channels incorporated some type of reality...
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What can we learn about human attachment from studies of other animals
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...style of mothers towards their infants. Conclusion Based on research, the concept of imprinting among birds can apply to the first process of learning among infant babies when they observe and learn from other persons without selection. In addition, the experiment of attachment and separation among parent and infant monkeys also showed similarities from the emotional response of human infants when they are separated from their parents. Findings from these studies show the significant application of attachment theory among animals in the context of human development. This suggest the crucial role of effective and proper parenting among humans to significantly influence... ? Attachment Theory among Animals ...
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Dementia and Caretaking
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...attachments. (William & Roberts 1995). The group spirits should also be fostered in the day care centers to make the patient feel that he/she is the desired member of the social group. Researchers in their recent studies have examined the role that the attachment style may play in dementia. It is observed that personality characteristics persist in dementia. For example, a person suffering from depression and aggressive behavior... Dementia and Caretaking Introduction The individual with dementia whose communication is progressively impaired and is unable to communicate with his/her caretakers (loved ones, medical professionals and therapists) can affect the quality of life of the caretakers The fear is ...
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Biopsychosocial Outcomes for Adopted Adolescents
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...Attachment form and a Relationships with Others form. This research will help to extend knowledge of adopted adolescent social interactions, and factors that may predict their relationship style. This will benefit adopted adolescent interventions to enhance their social functioning before adulthood. Research Proposal: Social Interaction: Biopsychosocial Outcomes for Adopted Adolescents This study proposes to identify a set of biopsychosocial outcomes for North American adolescents who were adopted out as children, with regards to their socio-emotional functioning. Studies show that many orphaned children raised for a time... Running Head: SOCIAL INTERACTION: BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL...
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