In this module weï¿½studied how attachment has lifelong effects on many aspects of human functioning including social and emotional development, self-regulation and resilience. Select one area of functioning that is meaningful to you (emotional regulation, social competence, thinking, and psychobiology, etc.)ï¿½and elaborate on it for this informal assignment.
You may be objective in this assignment OR subjective in the sense of using observations of others you know (objective) or of yourself (subjective). Observation of yourself means reflective consideration of your experiences, sort of like memoir writing. This means you`d be writing about your experiences so that others would understand (some info about me that may help in writing this essay ( my experience) i am a mother of 2 little boys 4 years and 7 years , i am so much attached to my mother and to my kids , my father always argue with my mom when i was a little and he was always outside not spending much time with me and my siblings ( that`s what i wrote to the prof at the beginning of the year ) ) . You would NOT be writing a diary or a confessional essay. Observations of others should not include any identifying information. Stick to objective observation and analysis.
Expectations of Assignment
Please submit the following:
¥ Respond to the question with a well argued 2 to 3-page essay.
¥ If you cite any texts (others` work or other`s ideas) don`t forget to add an additional reference page.
The Effects of Attachment on Human Social Competence
Attachment is an emotional link that develops between a child and a caregiver and commence early in peoples life. Moreover, it is believed to physically connect people over time. Attachment is an essential human need for a close and warm relationship between infants and their caregivers. However, attachment has lasting effects on several aspects of human functioning, such as social competence, which is the ability of people to relate positively and get along well with others (Gray, 2011).
Attachment is a