PP Chapter 12: Attachment, Love, and Flourishing Relationships
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John Bowley on Infant attachement (1969)
Identiified numberous maladaptive and adaptive parental behaviors causally linked to functional behavior or emotional experiences of children. Inconsistencies in reponses to children's cues is associated with frustration and anxiety. These parental behviors lead to development of an Attachment system. When this is disrupted, formative social and emotional milestones may not be met. Insecure attachment lead to difficult in cooperating with others and in regulating moods.
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Mary Ainsworth's Strange Situation assessment
Quality of attachment measured - predicted aspects of children's functioning many years later.
insecure avoidant attachment,
Adult Attachment Security
Perosnal perspective on attachment are carried through childhood and adolescence and into stages of adulthood in the form of an internal working model of self and others. (Bowlby, 1988). Early in their social development, children integrate perceptions of their social competence, appeal, and lovability (the self model) with their expectations regarding he accessbility, responsivenes, and consistency of caregivers (the other model).
The Triangular Theory of Love (Robert Sterneberg - 86)
1. passion (physical attractiveness and romantic drives)
2. intimacy, feelings of closeness and connectedness
3. commitment (the decision to initiate and sustain a relationship
Passion + intimacy = romantic love
Intimacy + commitment = companionate love
All three = consummate love, the most durable type. When all three componenets are present at high levels and in balance across both partners.
Self-Expansion Theory of Romantic Love (Aron and Aron)
Relationship satisfcation is a natural by-product of self-expansive love. Being in a realtionship feels good. They associate that feeling with the relatioship, reinforcing their commitment to it..
Mindful Relationship Model (John Harvey) 4 Components
1. Knowing and being known: each partner must want to know the other person's hopes, dreams, fears, vulnerabilities, and uncertainties. Balance self-expression and partner expression. GIve preference to partner.
2. Making relationship-enhancing attributions for behaviors: attributing postive behaviors to dispositional causes and negative behaviors external, situational causes.
3. Accepting and respecting:
4. Maintaining reciprocity and continuity in minding: Each partner's active participation and involvement in relatioship-enhancing thoughts and behaviors.
Aversive vs Appetitive Processes
Aversive: eliminating of negative relationship behaviors
Appetitive: the promoting of positive relationship behaviors
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