5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Secure Base Phenomenon
- Social Comparison Theory
- Dark Shadow
- Secure Attachment
- a A state of reduced attention. The individual is trapped in categories devised in the past.
- b The things we are ashamed of because society has deemed them wrong.
- c The child develops a secure base with a care-giver who is consistent and reliable in meeting the child's needs.
- d As infants we are biologically wired to find someone to keep us safe because we can't take care of ourselves.
- e Festinger's theory that we compare ourselves to similar others.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The child does not expect other people to be there for him or her because the parent is consistently not there for them.
- Effort spent in presenting face to others.
- When there is a reward we are more motivated to take on a role.
- They are LEARNED, GENERAL, AFFECT OUR IDENTITIES, and we have MULTIPLE.
- When a pattern consists of entirely one-downs.
5 True/False questions
Support → When other people support our role performances, they become more salient.
Acquiescent responses → Involving giving in and acknowledging a partner's ability to inflict hurt.
Disconfirming Messages → Messages that help maintain a child's face and help when face is lost.
Expression Given Off → Rewards like money, clothes, jewelery, etc.
Fearful-Avoidant → The adult who wants intimacy but is afraid of it - they pursue it and run away.