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1

What did Hazan and Shaver find in 1987?

A strong link between child and adult attachment type.

2

What did Waters find in 2000? What makes it special?

72% of adults received the same attachment classification at 12 months and 18 years.

3

What did Lewis find in 2000? What makes it (not so) special?

Found only 42% had a similar attachment type at 12 months and 18 years.

4

What did Rutter and Quinton find in 1988? IDA related.

Girls who experience positive interactions at school can go from insecure attachment to secure attachment.

5

What did Gray and Steinberg find in 1999?

Adolescents raised in a warm environment will be more prepared for intimacy at adulthood.

6

What did Moeller and Statin find in 2001?

Boys who shared trustworthy and affectionate relationships with their fathers felt greater satisfaction in romantic relationships at adulthood.

7

What alternative theory undermines both Bowlby's IWM and Social Learning Theory? IDA related.

Kagan's temperament hypothesis.

8

A strong link between child and adult attachment type.

Hazan and Shaver, 1987.

9

72% of adults received the same attachment classification at 12 months and 18 years.

Waters, 2000.

10

Found only 42% had a similar attachment type at 12 months and 18 years.

Lewis, 2000.

11

Girls who experience positive interactions at school can go from insecure attachment to secure attachment.

Rutter and Quinton, 1988.

12

Adolescents raised in a warm environment will be more prepared for intimacy at adulthood.

Gray and Steinberg, 1999.

13

Boys who shared trustworthy and affectionate relationships with their fathers felt greater satisfaction in romantic relationships at adulthood.

Moeller and Statin, 2001.