Psych 250 Lecture 7

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  1. Which of Erikson's psychosocial stages involves infants learning basic trust if the world is a secure place where their basic needs are met?
    trust vs. mistrust
  2. Which of Erikson's psychosocial stages involves infants succeeding or failing in gaining sense of self-rule over their own bodies and actions?
    autonomy vs. shame and doubt
  3. What is the term for a child-rearing theory that is embedded within a particular culture or ethnic group?
    ethnotheory
  4. What is the term for parenting that involves close, physical contact with child's entire body?
    proximal parenting
  5. What is the term for parenting that practices focus on the intellect more than the body? (e.g. giving toys, talking face-to-face)
    distal parenting
  6. What is the term for the realization that one is a unique person separate from others?
    self-awareness
  7. Around what age does the "me-self" emerge?
    15-18 months
  8. What is the term for what refers to "constitutionally based individual differences" in emotions, activity, and self-control?
    temperament
  9. What is the term for the match between the child's temperament and the environment?
    goodness-of-fit
  10. What is the term for coordinated interaction between caregiver and infant that starts the process of attachment?
    synchrony
  11. What is the term for a close emotional bond between infant and caregiver(s) that develops during the first year of life?
    attachment
  12. What is the term for a set of expectations formed early in life about the availability of attachment figures?
    internal working model
  13. What type of attachment is being displayed if the infant explores toys, may cry upon caregiver leaving, and is happy to see caregiver return?
    secure attachment
  14. What type of attachment is being displayed if the infant explores toys, does not cry when the caregiver leaves, and avoids or ignores the caregiver upon return?
    insecure-avoidant attachment
  15. What type of attachment is being displayed if the infant has little or no exploration of toys, cries when caregiver leaves, and remains upset (cry/anger) upon caregiver's return?
    insecure-resistant attachment
  16. What type of attachment is being displayed if the infant has bizarre, inconsistent behavior toward caregiver (deer in headlights look)?
    disorganized attachment
  17. In the Adult Attachment Interview, what type of attachment is being displayed if the adult has an objective evaluation of childhood experiences and has clear memories and coherent discourse?
    secure
  18. In the Adult Attachment Interview, what type of attachment is being displayed if the adult has a lack of memories and stereotyped descriptions and derogation of attachment?
    dismissing
  19. In the Adult Attachment Interview, what type of attachment is being displayed if the adult has conflicted and confused discourse and passivity or involved anger?
    preoccupied

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