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Article Review: Attachment theory & change processes in foster care Tucker, D. J., & MacKenzie, M. J. (2012). Attachment theory and change processes in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review,34(11), 2208-2219. doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2012.07.020 Within the following paper, I intend to review the article, Attachment theory and the change processes in foster care written by David J. Tucker and Michael J. MacKenzie. Tucker is a respected professor from the University of Michigan’s School of Social Work, while MacKenzie is a professor from the prestige Columbia University.
Parental acceptance-rejection theory (Ronald Rohner, University of Connecticut, 2016) is an evidence-based theory of socialization and development over a lifespan that attempts to predict and explain major causes, consequences, and other correlates of interpersonal—especially parental—acceptance and rejection within the United States and worldwide (Rohner, 1986, 2004; Rohner and Rohner, 1980). It attempts to answer five questions divided into three sub theories i.e. personality sub theory, coping sub theory, and sociocultural systems sub theory. Personality sub theory asks two general questions. 1) Is it true, as the sub theory postulates, that children everywhere—in different sociocultural systems, racial or ethnic groups, genders, and the
Crockett, L. J., & Randall, B. A. (2006). Linking adolescent family and peer relationships to the quality of young adult romantic relationships: The mediating role of conflict tactics. Faculty Publications, Department of Psychology,
Annotated Bibliography Allisha Bass CED 605 Delta State University Annotated Bibliography Larkin, R., & Thyer, B. A. (1999). Evaluating cognitive–behavioral group counseling to improve elementary school students ' self-esteem, self-control, and classroom behavior. Behavioral Interventions, 14(3), 147-161.
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Bowlby, notably researched a set of abandoned orphans and the negative effect separation from their parents had on them (Bretherton, 1992; Senior, 2013). This led him to conclude attachment formed in these years influenced one from birth to death (Chopik, Edelstein, & Fraley, 2012; Drewery, 2011) For instance, he stated that people with early attachment insecurity, are more susceptible to psychological issues such as high anxiety and riskier health behaviour (Bretherton, 1992; Cooper, et al., 2008). Ainsworth, also believed in prominence on early experiences of attachment. This alludes to her study, the Strange Situation, which focuses on children’s responses to separation and reunion events with their parents (Bretherton, 1992; Main, 2000). She stated that based on the quality of parental care, a child would fall within three categories of attachment.