Flashcards in Social Thinking Deck (51)
what makes people like each other and is influenced by multiple factors.
self - disclosure
includes hearing fears, thoughts, and goals with another person and being met with empathy and nonjudgement
we like people who we think like us
being physically close to someone
a physical, verbal or nonverbal behavior with the intention to cause hard or increase social dominance
an emotional bond to another person, and usually refers to the bond between a child and a caregiver.
requires a consistent caregiver so the child is able to go out and explore knowing he or she has a secure base to return to; the child will show strong preference for the caregiver
occurs when a caregiver has little or not response to a distressed, crying child; the child shows no preference for the caregiver compared to strangers
occurs when a caregiver has an inconsistent response to a child's distress, sometimes responding appropriately, some times neglectful the child will become distressed when caregiver leaves and is ambivalent when they return.
occurs when a caregiver is erratic or abusive; the child shows no clear pattern of behavior in response to the caregivers absence or presence and may show repetitive behaviors
the perception or reality that one is cared for by a social network
includes listening to, affirming and empathizing with someones feelings
affirms the qualities and skills of the person
providing physical or monetary resources to aid a person
providing useful information to a person
providing a sense of belonging to a person
searching for and exploiting food resources
mate choies (intersexual selection)
social perception (social cognition)
implicit personality theory