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  • 1. Ainsworth et al (1978)- The Strange Situation Secure Attachment Resistant Avoidant Attachment Attachment Separation anxiety Stranger anxiety Reunion behaviour Other % of infants
  • 2. 15 70 Infant shows signs of intense distress Mother and Will use the Distressed stranger are mother as a when able to safe base to mother comfort explore their infant equally environment. leaves Infant cries Positive and Infant shows more and happy when no sign of explores less mother distress when than the returns. mother leaves other 2 types 15 Avoidant of Child approaches stranger when mother but alone but resists contact, friendly when may even push mother present. her away Infant is okay Infant shows Infant avoids with the little interest the stranger stranger and when mother - shows fear plays normally returns. of stranger when stranger is present
  • 3. Answers Secure Resistant Avoidant Attachment Attachment Attachment Separation Distressed when Infant shows signs Infant shows no anxiety mother leaves of intense distress sign of distress when mother leaves Stranger Avoidant of Infant avoids the Infant is okay with anxiety stranger when stranger - shows the stranger and alone but friendly fear of stranger plays normally when when mother stranger is present present. Reunion Positive and happy Child approaches Infant shows little behaviour when mother mother but resists interest when returns. contact, may even mother returns. push her away Other Will use the Infant cries more Mother and mother as a safe and explores less stranger are able base to explore than the other 2 to comfort infant their environment. types equally well % of infants 70 15 15
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