bae is the mother of 4-month old alex. she has been depressed since alex's birth and is frequently withdrawn. because of bae's depression, we can expect that, in comparison to other 4-month-olds, alex experiences will display
bae is the mother of 4-month-old alex. she has been depressed since alex's birth and is frequently withdrawn. brain research indicates that, in comparison to other infants his age, alex will have _______
brain activation patterns resembling those of fearful and inhibited children
in bowlby's attachment theory, which of the following represents a primary outcome of the formation of attachments in infancy
a working model of self, of others, and of relationships
some others were less responsive to their babies signals than others. one group of mothers seemed to be reluctant to hold their babies, showed less warmth and affection than other mothers, and were more rejecting and angry. when their babies were tested in the strange situation test, the children tended to fit which category of attachment
at 10 months old, suzie is very active, responds intensely to stimulation, avoids new stimulation, and tends to be irritable and fussy, suzies mother wants to be a good caregiver, but suzie's fussiness and intensity have made her feel like a failure. Anne sometimes finds herself finds herself withdrawn from suzie and not responding when suzie cries, because she feels like it will do no good. what advice should Annes counselor give her?
anne is not responsible for her babys fussiness. some babies are needier and more negative than others. in the long run, continuing to be responsive to crying will help suzie to better regulate emotions