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School
Brock University
Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 2P12
Professor
Cathy Mondloch
Semester
Fall

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PSYC2P1209222014AttachmentAttachment in monkeys sets the stage for later ages mating hierarchy etcHistorical PerspectiveFreud early experiences with parents in an unconscious level set us up for either being healthy and unhealthyPassive repressed feelingsWatson behavior depends on reinforcements and rewardsRewards may spoil the child and the child will continue the action until they get the rewardBowlby and AinsworthLooked beyond biological basis on attachment and behaviorChildren need secure base to explore the world around themLondon Child Guidance ClinicThieves vs controlsEarly separationTB SanatoriumBowlby lack of mother figure could possibly have an affect on making attachments later in lifeExamined the separation of parents during the war for both short and long term periodsDistressDespairDetachmentDefense mechanisms when parent is separated for lengthy periods of timeEvolutionary Perspective Lorenz Imprinting with ducksHarlow monkey relationshipsMonkey will make a secure attachment with the warm and fuzzy wire monkey compared to the regular wire monkey with food
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