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Exam feedback. Look at the mark scheme in the back of your booklets. Can you see why you got the mark you received?. Task. Fill in the gaps in the answer provided to give you a 6/6 example to the question. Task. Discuss with your partner:

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exam feedback
Exam feedback
  • Look at the mark scheme in the back of your booklets.
  • Can you see why you got the mark you received?
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Task
  • Fill in the gaps in the answer provided to give you a 6/6 example to the question.
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Task
  • Discuss with your partner:
  • In what situations might an infant’s attachment be disrupted or never form?
pdd model
PDD model
  • PROTEST – child cries and calls for its mother, panic is normal, can last hours or days
  • DESPAIR – child becomes apathetic, continue to cry occasionally and call for mother
  • DETACHMENT – child cries less, onlookers may think child is getting over separation anxiety but when mother returns may show little interest/be angry or push her away
robertson and robertson 1969
Robertson and Robertson (1969)

A: to investigate what happened when infants experience disruption of attachment

P: studied John when he was separated from his mother for 9 days when she was in hospital having a second baby. John was placed in a residential nursery and his father visited regularly

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F: for the first 2 days, John seemed ok. He then tried (unsuccessfully) to get attention from nurses and his behaviour deteriorated. He spent lots of time crying and eventually, after a week, sat silently. On the 9th day when his mother returned, he screamed and tried to get away from her.
limitations of r and r s study
Limitations of R and R’s study
  • Research only based on small number of case studies of unique individuals – we cannot generalise these findings to all infants
  • Barrett (1997) – PDD model only found in insecurely attached infants; securely attached cope much better
  • PDD not inevitable, effects can be small
strengths
Strengths
  • Practical applications?
task 30 minutes
Task – 30 minutes
  • Go to the Psychology website, download the document entitled ‘Bowlby’s 44 thieves’ and fill in the APFC in your booklet
plenary
Plenary
  • Colour the 4 boxes according to the study they represent.
homework
Homework
  • Fill in the conclusions to the studies on long-term disruption to attachment.
  • Make your own revision notes (to hand in next lesson) on the PDD model, Robertson and Robertson’s study and Bowlby’s 44 thieves study.