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  • 1. Choose 6 of the attachment Theorists below and write them in the boxes above. Listen to the definitions of their work and cross off each of your chosen theorists as you hear their work and findings read out. The one who crosses off all of their Theorists first wins Word Lottery! Yay!! Bowlby Van Ijzendoorn and Kroonenberg Koluchova Hazen and Shaver Ainsworth Rutter et al. Harlow and Harlow Schaffer and Emerson Lorenz Skinner Klauss and Kennell Tizard and Hodges
  • 2. Dollard and Miller
  • 3. Word Lottery Definitions / Answers: Definition: Evolutionary key theorist, looked at a child’s innate nature to survive, and formulation of an internal working model. Answer: Bowlby Definition: Looked at the window of development called the critical period, and the notion of imprinting. Answer: Lorenz Definition: Attachments formed with the person who clothes, feeds and comforts the child – Learning Theorists. Answer: Dollard and Miller Definition: Conducted a longitudinal study of a Romanian orphanage investigating disinhibited behaviour and effects. Answer: Tizard and Hodges Definition: Looks at positive and negative reinforcement in animals, created his own type of ‘box’ Answer: Skinner Definition: Categorised children into attachment type A, B or C based on the behaviour of children separated from main carer. Answer: Ainsworth
  • 4. Definition: Conducted a ‘Love Quiz’ to ascertain whether childhood attachments influence relationships in later life. Answer: Hazan and Shaver Definition: A longitudinal study looking at the effects of Romanian orphanages adopted by UK families, and attention seeking traits. Answer: Rutter et al. Definition: Looked at Privation and whether effects were reversible – study of the twins in Czechoslovakia. Answer: Koluchova Definition: Research focused on the suggestion that there is more to attachment than feeding and rewards, and that physical comfort are vital. Answer: Harlow and Harlow Definition: Formulated 4 x clear stages in the formation of attachments, Asocial, Indiscriminate, Specific and Multiple. Answer: Schaffer and Emerson Definition: Did a meta-analysis of 32 studies in cross cultural variations in attachment which used the Strange Situation as its base. Answer: Van Ijdendoorn and Kroonenberg Definition: Defined the Sensitive Period, and the importance of skin to skin contact after birth. Study of American Mothers and babies. Answer: Klauss and Kennell
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