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The attachment relationship

By: SROUFE, Alan | UNIVERISTY OF MINNESOTA.
Publisher: Institute of Child Developement University of Minnesota 1982Description: 1 video disc (24 min).Subject(s): BABIES : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMO | ATTACHMENT : AFFECTIVE PSYCHOLOGY IFJ P | VIDEODISC 2QT | INFANTS : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMN | PARENT-CHILD RELATIONS : DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY IMM T | BONDING : PSYCHOLOGY IFJ P | AFFECTIONAL BONDS : PSYCHOLOGY IFJ POther classification: IMO FJP 2QT Summary: Written, produced and presented by Professor Alan Sroufe from the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota this short film shows Mary Ainsworth’s “Strange Situation” protocol used in the laboratory to demonstrate the strength of the Attachment Relationship Summary: During the procedure a child, Eva, is separated and reunited with her mother in the presence of a stranger in the following sequence of very short sessions 1: Mother (or other familiar caregiver), Baby, Experimenter 2: Mother, Baby 3: Mother, Baby, Stranger 4: Stranger, Baby 5: Mother, Baby 6: Baby Alone 7: Stranger, Baby 8: Mother, Baby A second child, Emily, who was later found to have a temperature that day, shows greater distress when her mother leaves Eva is also shown a year later asking her mother to help with problem-solving tasks in the laboratory.
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Written, produced and presented by Professor Alan Sroufe from the Institute of Child Development, University of Minnesota this short film shows Mary Ainsworth’s “Strange Situation” protocol used in the laboratory to demonstrate the strength of the Attachment Relationship



During the procedure a child, Eva, is separated and reunited with her mother in the presence of a stranger in the following sequence of very short sessions

1: Mother (or other familiar caregiver), Baby, Experimenter
2: Mother, Baby
3: Mother, Baby, Stranger
4: Stranger, Baby
5: Mother, Baby
6: Baby Alone
7: Stranger, Baby
8: Mother, Baby

A second child, Emily, who was later found to have a temperature that day, shows greater distress when her mother leaves

Eva is also shown a year later asking her mother to help with problem-solving tasks in the laboratory.

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