Connection Theory

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Meaning of Attachment. A persisting passionate attach to an extraordinary individual, described by an inclination to look for and look after closeness, particularly amid times of anxiety. . Bases of Attachment Theory. John Bowlby connected ethology to infantsInfluenced by Konrad LorenzInfant\'s inborn practices are advanced reactions which advance survival.

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Connection Theory

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Definition of Attachment An persisting enthusiastic attach to an extraordinary individual, described by an inclination to look for and look after closeness, particularly amid times of stress.

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Roots of Attachment Theory John Bowlby connected ethology to newborn children Influenced by Konrad Lorenz Infant's intrinsic practices are advanced reactions which advance survival

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Importance of Attachment Implications for newborn child's feeling that all is well with the world Affects inner working model Freud, Erikson, Behaviorists depicted its effect on advancement

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Bowlby's Four Stages of Attachment Preattachment stage Birth - a month and a half Baby's inborn signs draw in guardian Caregivers stay near to when the infant reacts decidedly

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Attachment really taking shape 6 wks to 6-8 months Develops a feeling of trust that guardian will react when flagged Infants react all the more emphatically to commonplace parental figure Babies don't dissent when isolated from parent

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Clear-slice Attachment 6-8 months to 18-24 months Babies show detachment tension Babies challenge when parent leaves

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Formation of Reciprocal Relationship 18 mo - 2yrs Toddlers increment their comprehension of images and dialect enhances Toddlers comprehend that guardians will return

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Factors which Affect Attachment Opportunity for connection Quality of caregiving react instantly and reliably interactional synchrony – the delicately tuned "passionate move" Infant attributes newborn child's personality, extraordinary requirements, rashness, or ailments

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More Factors which Affect Attachment Family conditions Stress can undermine connection Parents' inside working models Parents' own connection encounters Parents' capacity to acknowledge their past

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Measuring the Quality of Attachment Mary Ainsworth inquired about Designed the "odd circumstance" A lab try different things with 8 unique scenes of partition and gathering Attached baby will: Use mother as a safe base Be calmed by the mother amid the get-together

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Secure connection Uses parental figure as a protected base May demonstrate trouble at division, however the infant can be alleviated at get-together 60-65% of North American kids

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Insecure-Avoidant Attachment Unresponsive to parent when she is available Not upset by separating Avoids or ease back to welcome parent on return 20% of North American youngsters

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Insecure-Resistant Attachment Infants stay near guardians and not anxious to investigate Distressed by partition During get-together, newborn children are both clingy and safe 12% of North American kids

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Disorganized/Disoriented Attachment No sound procedure for taking care of divisions or reunions Baby looks stupified and befuddled 5-10% of North American kids

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