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Old 03-13-2012, 04:09 PM
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Help SOS unit 075 possible effects of poor quality attachments HELP!!!

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Hi all, really stuck on a question that i'm linking to the theorist Bowlby
Analyse the possible effects of poor quality attachment on the development of babies and children.
Can anyone help me before i hand this in tonight, it would be better to put on the same bit of paper as Bowlby if not will have to write on seperate piece of paper.

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Old 03-13-2012, 04:44 PM
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look at mary ainsworths stuff she updated it to look at the impacts much more
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Please help I'm stuck & only have 24 hrs to Finnish but feel at a dead end at the min. Could someone give me some ideas of possible effects of poor quality attachments? Cypop 1 3.3
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Hi welcome to the site, researching attatchment theory will help. In addition, there's good reading on this page Maternal & early years on NHS Scotland

If you have the Cache handbook read through pages 374/5 where it looks at emotional security, the need for trust to feel emotionally secure and the impact of poor attachments which might lead to anti-social behaviours, mis-trust, aggression towards others. The effect on mental health and how children can be less inclined to explore their environments where poor attachment issues are present, anxiety & depression and how relationships are less positive where poor quality attachment is experienced in the first 6-12months of a babys life.

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Old 09-24-2013, 10:22 AM
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Have managed to complete 3.3 now from the cache book and it was good to see from previous comments that I was on the right lines. Phew am going to hand my work in now and await the results, !!
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