Did the results of the survey turn out as you expected? Why or why not?

Complete the survey and write a 900 word response about the survey and question numbered below

Love is a major part of adulthood—loving yourself, loving your friends, loving your significant other(s), and loving your children (if you have any). Psychologists think about romantic love differently than we do attachment. Attachment is a bond that exists between two people that is used for comfort, security, even exploration.

Have you ever wondered what your attachment style is? Visit: http://personality-testing.info/tests/ECR.php Next, click “Start.” Complete the 36-item online survey. Once you have completed it and given the researchers some very basic demographic information, you will get a report about your attachment style. If you are not in a relationship—think about a relationship with a close friend, or sibling.

After you have read chapter 6 in your textbook, conducted some outside academic research, and completed the online survey, answer the following questions: I have attached a chapter summary for chapter 6

1. Did the results of the survey turn out as you expected? Why or why not?

2. If you took this survey over and completed it while thinking about your relationship with your mother, do you think the results would be similar or different? What does research suggest?

3. If a person is not satisfied with his/her attachment

Complete the survey and write a 900 word response about the survey and question numbered below

 

Love is a major part of adulthood—loving yourself, loving your friends, loving your significant other(s), and loving your children (if you have any). Psychologists think about romantic love differently than we do attachment. Attachment is a bond that exists between two people that is used for comfort, security, even exploration.

Have you ever wondered what your attachment style is? Visit: http://personality-testing.info/tests/ECR.php Next, click “Start.” Complete the 36-item online survey. Once you have completed it and given the researchers some very basic demographic information, you will get a report about your attachment style. If you are not in a relationship—think about a relationship with a close friend, or sibling.

After you have read chapter 6 in your textbook, conducted some outside academic research, and completed the online survey, answer the following questions: I have attached a chapter summary for chapter 6

1. Did the results of the survey turn out as you expected? Why or why not?

2. If you took this survey over and completed it while thinking about your relationship with your mother, do you think the results would be similar or different? What does research suggest?

3. If a person is not satisfied with his/her attachment

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