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Psychology Test - March 1, 2016

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Bowlby

Question Answer
DeprivationWhen the attachment between the child and the primary caregiver is broken or damaged greatly.
Can be reduced through more care, more attention and preparation for the situation.
Three Phases: Protest, Despair, Detachment
PrivationAttachment bond has never been formed.
MonotropyOne special attachment (example: mother and son.)
One weakness is that children can develop multiple attachments, none of which are more important than the other like Bowlby suggested.
Emotional detachment will lead toaggression
Emotional detachment will lead todepression
Emotional detachment will lead toretardation
Emotional detachment will lead todependent “clingy”
Claimed thatthere was more than one attachment figure
If a child grows up in a poor and or less fortunate environment, that child has ahigh chance of not receiving the same amount of opportunities as a more economically fortunate individual.
Carolina Abecedarian StudyIntensive pre-school services to children in low-income families from infancy to five years of age.
Experienced durable gains in IQ, and achievement in mathematics and reading.
Hazzan & ShaverLove Quiz
1987
Love QuizAvailable through newspaper ads.
ResultsThey found a high correlation between infant attachment and romantic love styles
WeaknessesBias.
Not accurate.
Socioeconomic StatusAn economic and sociological combined total measure of a person's work experience and of an individual's or family's economic and social position in relation to others, based on income, education, and occupation.
Longitudinal StudyA correlational research study that involves repeated observations of the same variables over long periods of time.
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Bowlby

Question Answer
DeprivationWhen the attachment between the child and the primary caregiver is broken or damaged greatly.
Can be reduced through more care, more attention and preparation for the situation.
Three Phases: Protest, Despair, Detachment
PrivationAttachment bond has never been formed.
MonotropyOne special attachment (example: mother and son.)
One weakness is that children can develop multiple attachments, none of which are more important than the other like Bowlby suggested.
memorize

Severe Emotional Consequences (CARD -> Clingy Aggression Retardation Depression)

Question Answer
Emotional detachment will lead toaggression
Emotional detachment will lead todepression
Emotional detachment will lead toretardation
Emotional detachment will lead todependent “clingy”
memorize

Rutter

Question Answer
Claimed thatthere was more than one attachment figure
memorize

Poverty

Question Answer
If a child grows up in a poor and or less fortunate environment, that child has ahigh chance of not receiving the same amount of opportunities as a more economically fortunate individual.
Carolina Abecedarian StudyIntensive pre-school services to children in low-income families from infancy to five years of age.
Experienced durable gains in IQ, and achievement in mathematics and reading.
memorize

Love Quiz

Question Answer
Hazzan & ShaverLove Quiz
1987
Love QuizAvailable through newspaper ads.
ResultsThey found a high correlation between infant attachment and romantic love styles
WeaknessesBias.
Not accurate.
memorize

Terms

Question Answer
Socioeconomic StatusAn economic and sociological combined total measure of a person's work experience and of an individual's or family's economic and social position in relation to others, based on income, education, and occupation.
Longitudinal StudyA correlational research study that involves repeated observations of the same variables over long periods of time.
memorize