Children in group based daycare were more secluded
Children raised at home were more sociable
Daycare should be limited
Children in group based daycare were better at negotiating with peers
Studying the impact of pre-school on young children's development
Studying the impact of working mothers
What issues affect parental attachment
Affects of pre-school on imprinting
1 and a half years
2 and a half years
'A critical period' and 'privation'
'monotropy' and 'innate'
'The continuity hypothesis' and 'a sensitive period'
'monotropy' and 'the continuity hypothesis'
The central executive, rehearsal loop, and phonological loop
The visou-spatial scratchpad, phonological loop and LTM
LTM, rehearsal loop, STM
The central executive, the phonological loop, the visuo spatial scratchpad.
They have lower IQs
They're less sociable
They have more friends
They show less affection
Food and safety
A template for relationships
An innate tendancy
A higher IQ
Glazer and Cuntiz (1966)
Attachment can occur at any point in life
Infants and carers learn to become attached
Attachment takes place during a critical period
Attachment is based on conditioning
Visual, central executive, language.
Episodic, visual, visuo-spatial scratchpad
Visual, phonological loop, episodic
Visual, language, episodic