Attachment Theory John Bowlby

kerrypierson1
Mind Map by kerrypierson1, updated more than 1 year ago
kerrypierson1
Created by kerrypierson1 over 6 years ago
240
1

Description

Mind Map on Attachment Theory John Bowlby, created by kerrypierson1 on 09/04/2013.

Resource summary

Attachment Theory John Bowlby
1 Bowlby rejected view that babies as passive - noted how babies actively seeked interactions with others
1.1 from very first months babies look, reach, smile and make noises to draw people into communication
1.1.1 Up until 6 months babies actevely seek to establish relationships with people around them but after 6 months they are replaced by significant relationships.
1.1.1.1 Phase 1. Birth to 2-3 months - pays attention to people Phase 2 3-6 months - more responsive to mother figure Phase 3 - 6 months to 2 yrs - follows mother, withdraws from strangers, less friendly to others Phase 4 - 2 plus - develops insight into mothers feelings, motives and plans
2 Secure and insecure attachments - research by Mary Ainsworth key collaborator with Bowlby
2.1 Secure realtionships - highly enjoyable mutally satisfying relationships - more sensitive to babies signals
2.2 Insecure relationships - muted and insecure
3 Attachment - Not just Mothers a scure attachment can be realised with the primary care giver.
3.1 different attachment figures are used by children in different ways - normally one or two dominate.
3.1.1 an attachment figure is a secure base
3.1.1.1 Secure base from which to explore the world - Humans need to adapt to ever change world and situations , we need to interpret responces and what will happen next - Models in our minds - our first Model constructed in the mind is of his or her mother - enables the child to understand thier own self and the world around them and their place within it.
3.1.1.1.1 Humans have an natural instint to explore the world around them, having a secure base in a good attachment enables the child to do this successfully with confidence to develop rather than feeling vulnerable.
Show full summary Hide full summary

Similar

Piaget's stages
Nicole Villaruz
Developmental Theory - Erik Erikson
Robin Decker
KING LEAR
Felicity Baines
Concepts in Biology Final Exam
mlszala
Chemistry Equations / Maths
Georgia B
French Grammar- Irregular Verbs
thornamelia
Psychology A1
Ellie Hughes
Key word flashcards
I M Wilson
Biology (B2)
Sian Griffiths
GCSE REVISION TIMETABLE
nimraa422
PMP Formulas
Krunk!