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Forming an emotional bond with others in infancy:

 

 

 

Attachment

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True or False:

Babies who mistrust their world can end up having delayed or impaired psychosocial and are more likely to suffer mental health issues later in life

 

 

 

True

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At 6 months infants want to be with familiar caregivers and show concern when they are not present:

 

 

 

Separation Anxiety

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Infants become upset around unfamiliar people:

 

 

 

Stranger Anxiety

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True or False:

Early experiences with being away from caregivers and meeting new people will reduce anxiety

 

 

 

True

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This type of attachment is when the baby plays happily, shows separation distress and ignores on reunion

 

 

 

Secure

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This type of attachment may show distress on separation and ignores on reunion

 

 

 

Insecure/avoidant

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In this type of attachment the baby is inconsolable, alternates between being clingy and angry, rejects on reunion

 

 

 

Insecure/ambivalent

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This type of attachment the baby is confused on reunion

 

 

 

Disorganized

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Match the effect of attachment on development:

A.) Secure                         Aggressive & hostile

B.) Insecure Avoidant      Timid, dependent, whiny

C.) Insecure/Ambivalent  More aggressive & impulsive

D.) Disorganized               friendly and competent

 

 

A. Secure: friendly and competent; high self-esteem

B. Insecure Avoidant: more aggressive and impulsive

C. Insecure/Ambivalent: timid, dependent, whiny,

D. Disorganized: aggressive and hostile 

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What are some values that have greater emphasis over autonomy in other cultures?

 

Native American: restraint and self-control; bonds with family

Chinese American: behaviors that emphasize interdependence

Puerto Rican: physical closeness, polite manners, obedience to adults

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True or False:

Babies are born with temperaments that tend to persist into later life

 

 

 

True

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Babies use adult emotions as guides

 

 

 

Social Referencing

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Ability to control and reduce intense negative feelings

 

 

 

Emotional Regulation