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Ch 3 - Ethological Theories: Darwin, Lorenz and Tinbergen, and Bowlby and Ainsworth

 

Ch 3 - Ethological Theories: Darwin, Lorenz and Tinbergen, and Bowlby and Ainsworth

Darwin and the Theory of Evolution

 

Biographical Introduction

 

The Theory of Natural Selection

 

Social Behavior and Reason

 

Evolution and Embryology

 

Evaluation

 

Modern Ethology: Lorenz and Tinbergen

 

Biographical Introduction

 

Methodological Approach

 

Instinctive Behavior

 

Imprinting

 

Evaluation

 

Bowlby and Ainsworth on Human Attachment

 

Bowlby

Biographical Introduction

Theory of Attachment: Overview

Phases of Attachment

Phase 1 (birth to 3 months): Indiscriminate Responsiveness to Humans

Phase 2 (3 to 6 months): Focusing on Familiar People

Phase 3 (6 months to 3 years): Intense Attachment and Active Proximity-Seeking

Phase 4 (3 years to the end of childhood): Partnership Behavior

Attachment as Imprinting

Effects of Institutional Care

Institutional Deprivation

Separations

 

Ainsworth

Biographical Introduction

Patterns of Attachment

1. Securely Attached Infants

2. Insecure-Avoidant Infants

3. Insecure-Ambivalent Infants

Follow-Up Studies

Working Models in Children and Adults

The Bowlby/Ainsworth View of Child-Rearing

Separations

Institutional Deprivation

Day Care

 

Evaluation

 

Last Revised: February 17, 2007 1:03 PM

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