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1. Using the evidence in the grid (numbers 1-5 & 7) fill in the ‘evidence’ gaps below in your own words. Essay title is: Discuss the influence of early attachment…
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  • 1. Using the evidence in the grid (numbers 1-5 & 7) fill in the ‘evidence’ gaps below in your own words. Essay title is: Discuss the influence of early attachment on later adult relationships (25 marks) Some psychologists believe that how someone is attached in childhood can have an impact on their adult relationships… Research support for this idea comes from… However, the methodology employed in this study is problematic because… This is a problem because… However, more support can be given to Shaver’s explanation by… This research is particularly strong because it uses… This is a strength because… However, some research has suggested that comparisons are not valid because relationship styles can change from one relationship to another. For example Feeney & Noller found that…
  • 2. A similar issue is raised by Hamilton who found that… This could be a problem because… It might be that early attachment influences how children interact, and that these interactions influence later relationships. Support for this view comes from Simpson et al (2007) who found that… This supports the interactionist view/an integrated perspective because… The fact this interaction is often ignored suggests a lot of research into the influence of early attachments on adult relationships is… Furthermore theories suggesting particular attachments will lead to particular styles of relationship in adult life could be considered… This suggests that…
  • 3. TEACHER VERSION Discuss the influence of early attachment on later adult relationships (25 marks) Some psychologists believe that how someone is attached in childhood can have an impact on their adult relationships… Outline Bowlby and Shaver inc. internal working model Research support for this idea comes from… Shaver and Haven However, the methodology employed in this study is problematic because… Self-report, ethics, population validity This is a problem because… However, more support can be given to Shaver’s explanation by… Fraley meta analysis This research is particularly strong because it uses… Meta analysis This is a strength because… reliability However, some research has suggested that comparisons are not valid because relationship styles can change from one relationship to another. For example Feeney & Noller found that… Partner to partner variation
  • 4. Comparisons can’t be made between love ‘style’ and attachment A similar issue is raised by Hamilton who found that… Children’s attachment style can change This could be a problem because… Of the validity of comparisons It might be that early attachment influences how children interact, and that these interactions influence later relationships. Support for this view comes from Simpson et al (2007) who found that… Securely attached early = more sociable later and better relationships yet later This supports the interactionist view/an integrated perspective because… All components are important and we see early attachment influences later etc. The fact this interaction is often ignored suggests a lot of research into the influence of early attachments on adult relationships is… reductionist Furthermore theories suggesting particular attachments will lead to particular styles of relationship in adult life could be considered… deterministic This suggests that…
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