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Lecture 3

Lecture 3 Notes

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC21H3
Professor
David Haley

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Attachmentdifferent motivational systems interacting
Social perceptions and ability to know each other (related to motivation) match with behaviour
Links the connection between what we know about people and how we act?
Bowlby – what bonding is
Secondary drive associations made from pleasure from being fed to attachment
Attachment has a function – proximity with caregiver which ensures safety, more important that
being fed or clothed, how you interact, what you learn from themevolutionary basis*
Natural observations
- parents unique?
Cognitive representations
- organize knowledge which influence behaviour – general knowledge about the environment and
who you see as a secure attachment and who you run to when in trouble
- learning elementselective bias to go to parents? But older, chose others based on cognitive
representations
Internal working models
- have that bias to run to your parents
- begin to update how yu negotiate your relationship with parentsbased on your representations
and your working models
- how experience inf luence diff. strategies to negotiate relationship with attachment figure
- add personal contactremember specific things that occurred between you and them, goes frm
abstract to something more of a personal nar rativea whole story
- diff. levels of complexity – forming a sense of self from this narrative
From undifferentiated (crude) uncertainty. Will they be coming back – reinforce expectations
With complex resources, associate real events with what they do - create narrative
How you process, to how your transfor m the info to beh. To how you interpret based on your
internal working models
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Attachment different motivational systems interacting Social perceptions and ability to know each other (related to motivation) match with behaviour Links the connection between what we know about people and how we act? Bowlby what bonding is Secondary drive associations made from pleasure from being fed to attachment Attachment has a function proximity with caregiver which ensures safety, more important that being fed or clothed, how you interact, what you learn from them evolutionary basis* Natural observations - parents unique? Cognitive representations - organize knowledge which influence behaviour general knowledge about the environment and who you see as a secure attachment and who you run to when in trouble - learning element selective bias to go to parents? But older, chose others based on cognitive representations
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