GCSE Psychology - Developmental Psychology (Attachment)

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Match the attachment type to the child

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Insecure Avoidant (around 15% of people)

Secure (around 70% of people)

Insecure Ambivalent (around 15% of people)

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WHEN I WAS YOUNG...My parents/carers made me feel safe. I had a close relationship with my parents/carers. My parents/carers were sensitive to my needs. I trusted other people besides my parents/carers. My parents/carers seemed to understand where I was coming from.

WHEN I WAS YOUNG...I was quite clingy. I was quite demanding. I was easily distressed. I was wary of people who were not that familiar to me. I used to play up for my parents/carers.

WHEN I WAS YOUNG...I was quite independent. I didn't rely onj my parents/carers that much. I didn't get that upset about strangers looking after me. My parents/carers were not that emotional. I didn't tend to tell me parents/carers how I felt.


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