When a child has an attachment that is considered ideal, the parent has provided that child with a secure base from which they can then feel comfortable exploring independently while knowing that they are able to return to a safe place if needed.
Unfortunately not all children are able to develop this secure attachment.
Avoidant attachment is when a child is somewhat willing to explore an unfamiliar environment, but does not look at the caregiver leave or return....
[tags: Attachment theory, Attachment in adults] - Part 1: Attachment (400 words) Give a brief definition of attachment and describe the three main attachment classifications Oates (2015) said that attachment is between every living species of mammal including that of humans where this question will be answered.
[tags: Attachment theory, Mary Ainsworth, John Bowlby] - Picture a mother comforting their child when they are hurt, sad, or in need of affection.
This mother is not only comforting, but developing her child’s attachment.[tags: attachment theory, secure attachment] - Flourishing relationships are characterized by the strength of the attachment, as well as by how each party adjusts to change.Accordingly, as it relates to college students’ success, the more secure the attachment to the attachment figure (parent or guardian), the better chance of scholastic success (Stroufe, 1988).The theory proved that attachment is necessary to ensure successful social and emotional development in an infant.It is critical for this to occur in the child’s early infant years.[tags: Attachment theory, Attachment in adults, Infant] - The Adult Attachment Interview is Valid In this article, IJzendoorn discusses the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI; George, Kaplan, & Main, 1985) and how it is related to it and the Strange Situation procedure (Ainsworth, Blehar, Waters, & Wall 1978).IJzendoorn states that the AAI is constant, without bias, and unrelated to IQ with good psychometric aspects.In recent years the idea of ‘attachment’ has become and increasingly popular debate within developmental psychology (Bretherton, 1992).Attachment theory provides an explanation on how parent and child relationships are formed and the important role they play in child development....[tags: Attachment theory, Attachment in adults] - There are four types of attachment styles.These four types are secure attachment, avoidant attachment, ambivalent attachment, and anxious attachment.