CHYS 3P12 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sibs, Pupillary Response, Twin
Study looked at temperament and attachment styles in an effort to predict compliance and noncompliance among infants & toddlers. Results suggest that those with a secure attachment & are generally low in negative reactivity display higher levels of compliance than those of insecure attachment & higher levels of negative reactivity. Temperament behavioral style; the how of behavior rather than the what or why. Negative reactivity indicated by the frequency, duration & intensity of emotional reactions like anger, fear or sadness. Attachment reflects an affective bond that forms between an infant & caregiver. Compliance act of complying or following a task/command. Non-compliance failure of not complying or following such task/command. Intrinsic risk factors which are within the body. The ability to obey, go along with tasks requested or non-compliance, the opposite. Environmental & biological & then bringing in the effects. Temperament and attachment if combination of the two affected.