What is Mary Salter Ainsworth's theory of attachment?

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The attachment theory, by Mary Ainsworth, relates to the dynamics of long-term relationships between people. It explains how the relationships of parents with their children affect their development. This theory encompasses fields in ethology, evolution and psychology.
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Ainsworth worked side by side with John Bowlby -one of the pioneers of child bonding and attachment to caregivers. What Ainsworth did was provide Bowlby a way to TEST his theories
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Are you doing the same Psychology Open University course as me? lol Both were studies on attachment, though Harlows was on monkeys and Ainsworths was on human babies. Due to the ethical
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The 3 kinds of attachments are: Secure attachment, Avoidant attachm...
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Secure, Insecure Avoidant and Insecure Resistant. Secure attachment is characterised as having cooperative interactions with the caregiver. The baby has a high willingness to explore
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