SW 203, Bowlby notes
SW 203, Bowlby notes SW 203
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Bowlby Attachment--strong affectionate tie that binds a person to intimate companion --> begins at birth Bowlby theorized that children who form an attachment to an adult are more likely to survive… Babies physical needs can be met without physical touch, but they need physical touch to learn trust and safety --> lead to will to survive Focuses on the importance of interaction between primary caregiver and child Freud thought we were passive in development, but Bowlby believed infants are active in the relationship building process Attachment is reactionary and interactionary --> not just that basic needs are met, but how --> critical periodis 0-3 years 4 Stages of Attachment 1. Pre attachment: 0-2 months a. Infants learn to distinguish between people and objects b. Distinguish bys enses -- basic needs being met, cannot be met by objects c. Better attachment correlates with more interaction 2. Attachment in the making: 2-8 months a. Infants learn to distinguish between primary caregivers and strangers b. Distinguished byb asic needs being met c. Toward end of stage, watch caregiver and even become upset when caregiver leaves 3. True Attachmen: t 8-18 months a. ~some sort of movement around 12 months. Infants begins e ta ch out caregiversand follow around. Keep eye out for caregiver as they explore b. Child tends to pay more attention to caregiver's response, but also interpret the responses 4. Reciprocal relationship:s begins at 18 months a. Children have increased sensitivity to interactions with caregivers a. ~some sort of movement around 12 months. Infants begins e ta ch out caregiversand follow around. Keep eye out for caregiver as they explore b. Child tends to pay more attention to caregiver's response, but also interpret the responses 4. Reciprocal relationship:s begins at 18 months a. Children have increased sensitivity to interactions with caregivers b. More apt to seek affection. Show affection while seeking love Attachment is soo important because it's neurological, psychological, and biological 4 Components to achieve a secure attachment 1. Significant amount of time spent between child and adult 2. Caregiver's alert reaction to child's needs 3. Caregiver's emotional responsiveness 4. Being readily available in the child's life over a long period of time
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