Attachment phases & security of attachment

Zeneatha Jònsson
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University Psychology 144 (Chapter 4) Mind Map on Attachment phases & security of attachment, created by Zeneatha Jònsson on 08/26/2014.

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Attachment phases & security of attachment
1 Mark Tomlinson
2 Phases in development & attachment
2.1 Attachment system - the inborn, genetically pre-programed propincity of infants to display attachment behavior
2.2 Orientation & signaling - the 1st phase in development of attachment system where infant behaves in a friendly fashion without the ability to discriminate one person from another
2.3 Discriminating sociability - the 2nd phase in the development of attachment system, where the infant becomes more discriminating towards primary caregiver
2.4 Attachment - the 3rd phase in development of attachment system, where the infant actively seeks proximity to primary caregiver & uses this person as a secure base from which to explore the world
2.5 Reciprocal relationship - Final stage of development of attachment system, where the infant begins to understand other people's motives & feelings
3 Security of attachment
3.1 Strange situation - an experimental procedure used by Ainsworth & her colleges in order to test and measure Bowlby's attachment ideas
3.2 Secure attachment - the attachment behavior where infants are upset by the departure of their primary caregivers , but upon reunion are soothed & fairly quickly resume exploratory play
3.3 Insecure- avoidant attachment - the attachment behavior where infants appear unperturbed by the departure of their primary caregiver, & seem independant & self-sufficient
3.4 Disorganized attachment - a 4th category of attachment behavior that describes infants who show a marked & pervasive fear in the presence of the primary caregiver
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