5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Anxious-Ambivelant Attachment
- Unwanted Repetitive Patterns
- Double Bind
- a Participants feel out of control.
- b The nervous neurotic child because the parent is inconsistent in meeting the childs' needs.
- c The part of the self presented to others for their approval.
- d They are LEARNED, GENERAL, AFFECT OUR IDENTITIES, and we have MULTIPLE.
- e A situation where there is no correct response.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Saying, "This might be totally wrong..." to avoid face loss
- When other people support our role performances, they become more salient.
- The child does not expect other people to be there for him or her because the parent is consistently not there for them.
- The adult who doesn't want anything to do with relationships. They only trust themselves.
- Parent briefly acknowledges the child and changes the subject.
5 True/False questions
Ego → Beating around the bush to avoid face loss
Dismissing Parent → Wants the child's negative emotions to go away. They treat the child as unimportant.
Role Identity model → A model that helps us decide which roles are most salient.
Impersonal Response → It's not a personal, meaningful response. Cold and cliched.
Emotional Intelligence → The see the children's negative emotions as a chance to teach them. They allow the child to express emotions but with boundaries.