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    By just talking about the john case study can this recieve full marks or 4 or 5 for disruption of attachment
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    (Original post by K3lvin)
    By just talking about the john case study can this recieve full marks or 4 or 5 for disruption of attachment
    Yeah but you have to relate it to the PDD model by Robertson. (protest, despair and detachment)
    Talk about how he became attention seeking, cried a lot etc
    When his mother arrived he tried to distance himself away from her and was angry at her.
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    (Original post by K3lvin)
    By just talking about the john case study can this recieve full marks or 4 or 5 for disruption of attachment

    Talk about the PDD model too and you will gain full marks
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    The critical period was suggested by Bowlby, however after research like Genie (effects of privation), it seemed that infants could form an attachment AFTER the supposed time limit of 2.5/3 years. So instead, 'sensitive period' was deemed a more appropriate term because some infants, like Genie, showed that it was still possible to form an attachment after 3 years
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    If a question asks about privation can we talk about emotional privation?

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    (Original post by gwhite14)
    OK thank you!! so would you say Bowlby suggested that 3-6 months was time when infants are most sensitive to development of attachments (sensitive period)?
    yeah exactly that
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    How did John go through the stages of the PDD model and what does this show?
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    (Original post by ThatSociopath)
    Good luck to everyone, if you feel stressed go take some BB's!
    I am on the BZs, has a sedative effect to make you calmer 😉


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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    How did John go through the stages of the PDD model and what does this show?
    Yup.
    PDD model = Protest, despair and detachment
    He became attention seeking and cried a lot when his primary caregiver left him. He also formed an attachment with an over sized teddy bear. (protest and despair)
    He ignored his father and when his mother returned he tried to distance himself away from her. He was also very angry at her for months after this incident. (Detachment from caregivers)

    Just put everything in proper sentences lol
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    We won't be asked how to work out standard deviation right?
    Just what it shows like the spread of data etc
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    Can memory strategies come up as a 12 marker?
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    hi guys what are we thinking about a 12 marker on deprivation? and if so what studies?
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    (Original post by k.bryan4)
    We won't be asked how to work out standard deviation right?
    Just what it shows like the spread of data etc
    No, we won't be asked to work out standard deviation.
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    (Original post by geeee11)
    Can memory strategies come up as a 12 marker?
    very very unlikely
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    The issue of imposed etic can be used to criticise the strange situation right?!

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    (Original post by SuperSauce)
    No, we won't be asked to work out standard deviation.
    ok phew! Thank you!
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    (Original post by k.bryan4)
    very very unlikely
    Hope not, I haven't learnt anywhere near enough for 12 marks haha
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    (Original post by geeee11)
    Can memory strategies come up as a 12 marker?
    Hiiiiighly doubt that

    (Original post by JHG58)
    hi guys what are we thinking about a 12 marker on deprivation? and if so what studies?

    Czech twins - Koluchova
    Genie

    Anyone know if we can use Hodges & Tizard too?
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    (Original post by geeee11)
    Can memory strategies come up as a 12 marker?
    No one else thinks so but I think this will be the 12 marker!
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    (Original post by Fenicoteri)
    No one else thinks so but I think this will be the 12 marker!
    Why? There isn't enough content on that for it to be a 12 marker
 
 
 
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