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Developmental Psychology provides student readers with essential help in all aspects of their first course in developmental psychology, including advice on revising exams, preparing and writing course assessment materials, and enhancing and progressing their knowledge and skills in line with course requirements on a developmental psychology course.

Emotional Development, Deprivation and Enrichment
Emotional development, deprivation and enrichment
Core Areas
  • Affectional bond
  • Affectionless psychopathy
  • Attachment
  • Bowlby's theory of attachment
  • Cognitive-developmental theory of attachment
  • Critical versus sensitive period
  • Deprivation
  • Emotion
  • Enrichment
  • Ethology
  • Imprinting
  • Indiscriminate attachment phase
  • Individual differences and attachment
  • Insecure avoidant attachment
  • Insecure resistant attachment
  • Interactional synchrony
  • Learning theory of attachment
  • Maternal deprivation hypothesis
  • Monotropy
  • Multiple attachment
  • Object permanence
  • Preattachment phase
  • Privation
  • Secure attachment
  • Specific attachment
  • Stages of attachment
  • Strange situation
Learning Outcomes

By the end of this section you should be able to:

  • define the key terms outlined above;
  • define the key stages involved in emotional development;
  • understand that attachment is a key area in such development;
  • define the different types, stages and theories of attachment and the individual differences in attachment;
  • outline the short- and long-term effects of deprivation including the research evidence on which this is based, and be able to evaluate this work;
  • examine the effects of privation and the studies that support this;
  • acknowledge ...
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