Summarize the 3 Attachment Styles (Secure, Avoidant, and Ambivalent/Anxious) discussed in the video (3 paragraphs)

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Review the link provided below of a You Tube video regarding child attachment styles and adulthood.

2) Summarize the 3 Attachment Styles (Secure, Avoidant, and Ambivalent/Anxious) discussed in the video (3 paragraphs)

3) What are your thoughts on the information provided in the video? Do you agree/disagree? (1 paragraph)

4) Have you noticed any of these patterns/styles in those around you? Be mindful of not disclosing too much personal information. (1 paragraph)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK9syV1UgJQ (Links to an external site.) PART 2:Please note: the example given is VERY simple and basic. I expect you to put a little more effort into your personal ecomap and how it is presented. You can use whatever medium you choose. You can make it as creative as you like--colors, stickers, photos, drawings, newspaper/magazine clippings (for a collage-type effect)--whatever you like. On the flip side, it can be simple and direct, using only words and the standard eco map style--I just need to see that you put some effort and (most importantly) THOUGHT into your personal ecomap.

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Running head: ATTACHMENT STYLES

Attachment Styles
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ATTACHMENT STYLES

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Attachment Theory

Coined by psychologist Bowlby, “attachment theory” is based on the notion that
attachments formed during childhood, especially with parents or other primary caregivers, are
critical to the success of future adult relationships. Psychologists have developed three
attachment styles including secure, avoidant and anxious-ambivalent, depending on
childhood development. Secure attachments are generally formed when primary caregivers
respond positively to their child’s needs. Consequently, the children feel a form of security
that they can rely on their caregivers in terms of physical and emotional support, proximity
and protection. In this sense, the child uses the caregiver as a “safe base” from which he can
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