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Attachment Theory

An excellent resource for courses in both academic and applied psychology, this comprehensive program explores several models of attachment behavior as well as current and historical research methods in the field. The video focuses on John Bowlby’s “44 juvenile thieves” study and the effects of separation, patterns of attachment, behaviorism, nurturance and security, and insecure-resistant and insecure- avoidant children. The skin-to-skin hypothesis, operant conditioning, and social learning theory are also discussed, along with the work of Maccoby, Konrad Lorenz, Harry Harlow, and Mary Ainsworth. A viewable/printable worksheet is available online. (26 minutes)

DVD is Subtitled  


Item#: BVL53754
Copyright date: ©2013
DVD (Chaptered) ISBN 978-0-81608-895-9

DVD (Chaptered) $129.95
DVD + 3-Year Streaming $194.93
3-Year Streaming $129.95

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