Type
Word Scramble
Description

multiple attachments
specific attachment
monotropy
critical period
secure base
Secure attachment
reciprocity
reunion behaviour
asocial stage
imprinting
controlled observation
interactional synchrony
Romanian orphans
Insecure avoidant
learning theory
separation anxiety
maternal deprivation
Strange Situation
contact comfort
affectionless psychopathy
disinhibited attachment
operant conditioning
stranger anxiety
indiscriminate attachment
institutionalisation
internal working model
classical conditioning
longitudinal study
social releasers
Insecure resistant

Psychology - Attachment Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A two-way reciprical process where an emotional connection develops between an infant and their primary caregiver. reciprocity
City in which Schaffer & Emerson's 1964 study took place. glasgow
Stage 2 of Schaffer & Emerson's stages of attachment. Indiscriminate
The phenomenom whereby bird species that are mobile from birth attach to and follow the first moving object they see. imprinting
Harlow (1958) demonstrated the importance of this. contact comfort
The one special attachment an infant forms with their mother according to Bowlby. monotropy
The type of conditionig that involves learning to associate two stimuli together so that we begin to respond to one in the same way as we already respond to the other. classical
The type of conditioning that involves learning to repeat behaviour, or not, depending on it's consequences. operant
When an infant with a good attachment will stay fairly close to the caregiver. proximity seeking
Type B attachment (Ainsworth). secure
Psychologist who researched into culteral variations in attachment. van ijzendoorn
Extended separation can lead to this. deprivation
Bowlby believed that if children were deprived of maternal care for too long during the critical period they would suffer this. mental retardation
The psychologist who carried out the ERA longditudinal study. Rutter
What did Hazan & Shaver (1987) post in a local newspaper. the love quiz
The percentage of people who were the insecure resistant attachment type in Hazan & Shaver's study. nineteen

Attachment Theory Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A close emotional bond between two people Attachment
Worked with Emerson to prove taht children form attachments based on sensitivity to needs rather than amount of time spent with a carer. Schaffer
First to carry out the Strange Situations experiment. Ainsworth
British psychoanalyst reknown for his work on attachment. Bowlby
Term used tyo describe an innate desire to form an attchment. Nativist
Inability to show concern for others. Antisocial Psychopathy
The temporary or permanent loss of an attachment. Deprivation
Identified the difference between the loss of an attachment and the non-existnece of an attachment. Rutter
Behaviour learnt through sensory experience. Empiricist
Type of attachment formed as a result of a caregiver being sensitive to the needs of the child. Secure
An innate attachment to one main care giver. Monotropy
Hypothesis put forward by Bowlby describing the loss or break in continuous care. Maternal deprivation
Term coined by Lorenz as a result of his work with birds. Imprinting
Her reserach showed that the effects of deprivtaion can be reversed depending on what happens after the separation period. Tizard
Never having made an attachment. Privation
Number of 'thieves' in Bowlby's study. Forty four

HUMAN BEHAVIOUR Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

behaviour
tagging
stimulus
response
duckling
animal
imitation
conditioning
imprinting
instinct

Attachment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Innate
Operant
Father
Proximity
Imitation
Quinton
Parenting
Love
Romanian
Emotional Maladjustment
Thieves
Meta-analysis
Imprinting
Stranger anxiety
Discriminate
Schema
Lorenz
Disorganised
Secure
Monotropic
Takahashi

Learning Theory Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Who does the infant usually form its first attachment with? MOTHER
What do behaviourists reject? MENTALISTIC CONCEPTS
Type of conditioning that learns through association? CLASSICAL
Type of conditioning that learns through punishment and reward? OPERANT
An enduring, emotional, two way tie between two people? ATTACHMENT
Last names of the two men who came up with the association between learning theory and attachment? DOLLARDMILLER
Behaviourists believe that all behaviour is...? LEARNT
Behaviourists believe that the learning approach applies to humans and...? ANIMALS
What does the feeder become to the infant when they feed them and relieve their discomfort? REINFORCER
Last name of the person who came up with operant conditioning? SKINNER
Last name of the person who came up with classical conditioning? PAVLOV

Attachment Revision Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

relationship
conditioning
Interactional Synchrony
imprinting
deprivation
critical period
monotropy
avoidant
institutionalisation
Primary caregiver

Psychological Disorders Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hallucinations
delusions
schizophrenia
hypomania
bipolar
mania
anhedonia
moods
dissociation
hypochondriasis
conversion
somatization
psychophysiological
factitious
malingering
somatoform
obsession
phobias
agoraphobia
panic attack
anxiety
etiology
psychopathy
psychological
disorders

Prenatal & Childhood Development Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

conservation
Accomodation
Assimilation
stranger anxiety
attachment
egocentrism
Formal Operational
Jean Piaget
concrete operational
imprinting
preoperational stage
object permanence
sensorimotor stage
fetal alcohol syndrome
teratogens
fetus
genes
embryo
zygote

Institutionalisation and Romanian Orphans Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

extraneous variables
internal validity
Rutter
difficult to comfort
overly friendly
attention seeking
48
59
165
52
58
disinhibited attachment
institutionalisation
Poor cognitive development
Poor physical development

Infancy: Newborn to Age 1 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

temperament
unoccupied play
separation anxiety
stranger anxiety
attachment
receptive language
object permanence
sensorimotor stage
food intolerances
pincer grasp
Palmar grasp
creeping
crawling
postpartum depression
postpartum period
bonding
rooting reflex
Apgar Scale
Neonates
Infancy