An infant develops a                     number of attachment but                     one of them is qualitativelyL/O: wha...
Internal working          Sensitive period                       Monotropymodel                                           ...
L/O: what is classical conditioning and what are the associated key terms? (AO1)            How do we learn new things?
L/O: what is classical conditioning and what are the associated key terms? (AO1)Unconditioned Stimulus:Unconditioned Respo...
As humans, we have drives.We are motivated to reduce these drives.Biological needs e.g. hunger, thirst = primary drives.Ba...
Self StudyRead page 104 of text book.Operant Conditioning:Mutual reinforcement:Social Learning Theory and ObservationalLea...
12 marker:                      1. Read through Bowlby and Psychologists have    put forward          Learning theory note...
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  1. 1. An infant develops a number of attachment but one of them is qualitativelyL/O: what is classical conditioning and what are the associated key terms? (AO1) different Attachment develops best during a limited period ofAn infant develops a number of attachments but one of them is qualitatively time, 6 to 9 monthsdifferent. The care giver protects the child and acts as a base from which the child canAttachment develops best during a limited period of time, 6 to 9 months. explore The primary attachmentThe care giver protects the child and acts as a base from which the child can serves as a template on which the child will base allexplore. future attachments There is a link between theThe primary attachment serves as a template on which the child will base all primary attachment and future emotional behaviourfuture attachments. If the child does not form an attachment during theThere is a link between the primary attachment and future emotional behaviour. critical period or if the attachment is disturbed there will be long-term consequencesIf the child does notInfants are born with form an attachment during the critical period or if theattachment is disturbedelicit care-giving be long-term consequences. which there will certain characteristicsInfants are born with certain characteristics which elicit care-giving.
  2. 2. Internal working Sensitive period Monotropymodel Continuity Social Maternal Secure base hypothesis Releasers Deprivation hypothesis hypothesisAn infant develops a number of attachments but one of them is qualitativelydifferent.Attachment develops best during a limited period of time, 6 to 9 months.The care giver protects the child and acts as a base from which the child canexplore.The primary attachment serves as a template on which the child will base allfuture attachments.There is a link between the primary attachment and future emotional behaviour.If the child does not form an attachment during the critical period or if theattachment is disturbed there will be long-term consequences.Infants are born with certain characteristics which elicit care-giving.
  3. 3. L/O: what is classical conditioning and what are the associated key terms? (AO1) How do we learn new things?
  4. 4. L/O: what is classical conditioning and what are the associated key terms? (AO1)Unconditioned Stimulus:Unconditioned Response:3 stages:1.2.3.
  5. 5. As humans, we have drives.We are motivated to reduce these drives.Biological needs e.g. hunger, thirst = primary drives.Baby associates ‘mother’ with satisfying these needs sois associated with this primary drive = classicalconditioning.The same process applies for other comforts.
  6. 6. Self StudyRead page 104 of text book.Operant Conditioning:Mutual reinforcement:Social Learning Theory and ObservationalLearning:‘Model’:
  7. 7. 12 marker: 1. Read through Bowlby and Psychologists have put forward Learning theory notes. different explanations of 2. Plan using table.attachment, such aslearning theory and Bowlby’s theory. 3. Write 12 marker. Outline and evaluate one or If you choose to include bothmore explanations theories in your answer, you will of attachment. need to look at Learning Theory evaluation (AO2).

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