AQA AS Psychology A Model Answers Privation and Disruption to Attachment

AQA AS Psychology A Model Answers Privation and Disruption to Attachment

A teaching resource provided by Rachel Wier.

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Model answers based on the AQA specification to the following questions:

Some psychologists believe that a lack of early attachment can result in permanent harm to emotional and social development. Outline research into the effect of privation and consider the extent to which the effects of privation can be reversed (12 marks).

Outline Bowlby’s Maternal Disruption Hypothesis (6 marks).

Explain the difference between Privation and Disruption of Attachment. You may use examples to help explain the difference (4 marks)

Useful in class to discuss what students like or don't like about the answers and teaches them how to structure their responses.

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