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    psychologist who was influenced by Sigmund Freud and developed the Attachment theory. Bowlby believed in monotropy and stated that children should only have one caregiver which is usually the mother. He further explained that forming multiple attachments for a child or not having an attachment with their mother would lead to long term behavioural problems in later life. (simplypsychology.org). Similarly, he stated that an attachment must occur within the first 3 years of a child’s life, which he…

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    different attachment qualities between children of 9 months to 2 years old. There are 3 types of attachments: secure attachment, ambient attachment, and avoidant attachment. In secure attachment, the baby will become very distressed when the mothers leave, be friendly with strangers only when the mother is around, and positive and happy when the mother returns. These babies are usually confident that their attachment figures will provide them with what they need. With ambient attachment, the…

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    Attachment is defined as the bond or relationship that develops between the infants and caregivers (Egeland, 2004). “The attachment is a reciprocal, enduring emotional tie between an infant and a caregiver, each of whom contribute to the quality of relationship”(Papalia, Old & Feldman, 2009). When a baby is born, parents will learn and try to understand and fulfill the needs of the baby. The baby use the way like crying to show out his or her desire, hence when the parents hear the baby cry they…

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    In this poster I will be explaining how a child develops emotionally from the prenatal stage up to 2 years. Children do not automatically recognise what their emotions are or how to control them- it is something that they need to learn. Through the different stages children experience different emotions, and will have different ways to express them. Children will gain emotional intelligence from first-hand experiences, along with their expression and understanding of emotions (Olde, 2013). There…

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    Another action step for Antonio is to empower him in creating an environment for his schedule that is promoting healthy growth and development. First the social worker and Antonio will attempt to include a schedule in which his three children can follow. A schedule specific the children’s time of sleep, their feeding times, times in which they will participate in activities practicing fine motor and gross skills along with speech development. This is not a strict time-sensitive schedule but a…

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    Researchers, Carlson, Hostinar, Mliner, and Gunnar (2014) examined the formation of attachment in post-institutionalized (PI) infants and their adoptive parents following early social deprivation. The sample was comprised of 65 (PI) toddlers with their parents at 1-3 and 7-9 months post-adoption who were compared to 52 non-adopted (NA) infants. Each parent-child dyad were instructed to participate in a 1.5 hour laboratory sessions at 1-3 and 7-9 months post-adoption. The sessions were videotaped…

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    purpose of educating children about child abuse and how to prevent it. According to Sanders (2004) the three main goals of KOS was to “teach the children safe practices; encourage victims of abuse to come forward and to raise awareness within the community of the need to keep children safe”. The program has been split into age appropriate modules and for the purposes of this essay we will be looking at the modules for years’ 4-8. The learning outcome for the program is for children to gain…

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    Attachment Theory Intro Since the 1950’s John Bowlby’s seminal work on attachment theory has been developed and expanded greatly in both it’s original scientific merits as well as its applicability to clinical work (Schore 2007). Originally developed during a period of behaviorism today’s modern attachment theory is integral to clinicians conducting psychoanalysis, learning psychopathology, or using the biopsychosocial model in general (Schore 2007). History John Bowlby is known as the “father…

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    relationship between attachment-based parenting measures and social learning theory-based measures in determining a child’s security of attachment to their care giver and social acceptance amongst their peers. The nature of the research conducted in this article was micro and exploratory because the researchers where looking to find a relationship between the two theories and children’s attachment style and social acceptance. The independent variables within this research are attachment theory…

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    The purpose of this experiment is to show the effects of how children react to different scenarios. It consists of three people, a mother, her baby, and a stranger. The experimenter wants to see the different ways the baby will act when the mother and stranger either enter or leave the room. The reason this is important to the reader is that it informs them of the baby’s different reactions. As the experiment goes on, the baby’s reactions continue to evolve. The method is called “Strange…

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