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Why do young mammals attach themselves to a mature figure?
How did Harry Harlow realise the concept of ‘contact comfort’?
What term did John Bowlby initially call the link between lack of care and criminality in children?
Between what ages do infants go through a ‘clingy’ stage?
True or False: Maternal deprivation prevents attachment disorder.
What relationships can provide attachment?
Donald Winnicott says a mother doesn't have to be perfect. But which of the following is also important?
Which of the following is not a key way of promoting secure child attachment?
Which of these is not a category of attachment behaviour?
Which of these is not a common cause of attachment disorder?
Which of these is a sign of attachment disorder in very young children?
Which of these is a sign of an attachment disorder?
Which of these is not a sign that a disengaged student may be affected by attachment disorder?
Scenario: A student with attachment disorder has come from the foster system with little structure in their life outside of school. How can you provide a structured learning environment?
Scenario: A student with attachment disorder hits another student because they have the colour pen they want. What would be the best way to promote positive behaviour in this situation?
Scenario: A student with attachment disorder has made a ‘bad’ choice. You should…
Scenario: A student is disrupting the lesson. You should not…
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