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MONOGRAFIA

PSYCHOLOGY

¿ WHAT TYPE OF ATTACHMENT PROMOTES A MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER, USING AS REFERENCE SYBIL’S CASE?

INDEX

Summary ………………………………………………………………………. 1

Introduction…………………………………………………………………….. 3
- What is attachment?
- Attachment in children

- Mary Ainsworth
• Theory of attachments
• Types of atachments, secure, insecure.

- Multiple Personality Disorder• Causes

- How they are related, which type of attachment promotes a multiple personality disorder?
• Explanation

- Sybils case, used as reference.
- Realation between Sybils case and type of attachments that promotes a multiple personality disorder

Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………

Bibliography…………………………………………………………………………….

Summary:
Attachment is an emotional positiverelationship between a child and the caregiver, but if this relationship turns wrong the attachment become insecure.
Mary Ainsworth, a specialist in the matter divides insecure attachment in 3 parts, avoidant, ambivalent and disorganized.
In this case to promote a multiple personality disorder the child need to have the one of more risk in this case “disorganized”.
Disorganized is the worst typeof attachment its consist in when caregivers behave in frightening ways to children, children are most likely to show a breakdown in attachment strategy when they are distressed and in their parents' presence.
Why this type of attachment is related with multiple personality disorder?. Because of this, when children have disorganized attachment provoke that children develop different types ofbehaviors in this case, this type of behaviors can become multiple personalities.
This type of disorder is the one that affect before a time, its not inmediate it has long and difficult causes.
Children ho have problems since childhood with their caregivers they develop some kind of behavior and thought that in long terme it affects a lot. Generraly children who have multiple personality disordershave traumas in his childhood or has lived abuse from his caregivers.
Most of people who have multiple personality disorder cant remember about anything in his childhood he only remembers olor, colors, objects etc that represent the specific situation that harm them so much.
When they see this specific object they seem to change of personality as a way of protection, they can notice between eachpersonality and they don’t understand what is happening.
psychological trauma in childhood predisposes an individual to the development of DID:
• The child is harmed by a trusted caregiver (often a parent or guardian) and splits off the awareness and memory of the traumatic event to survive in the relationship.
• The memories and feelings go into the subconscious and are experienced laterin the form of a separate personality.
• The process happens repeatedly at different times so that different personalities develop, containing different memories and performing different functions that are helpful or destructive.
• Dissociation becomes a coping mechanism for the individual when faced with further stressful situations.

Introduction:
Attachment is an emotional positiverelationship between a child and the care giver. For social and emotional development occur normally Childs need to develop a relationship at least with one of the primary caregivers.
Infants become attach to adults that are sensitive and responsive in social interactions with them.
“Attachment is a product of the activity of a number of behavioral systems that have proximity to a person, e.g. amother, as a predictable outcome” 1
They are 4 main characteristics for attachment
1. Proximity Maintenance - The desire to be near the people we are attached to.
2. Safe Haven - Returning to the attachment figure for comfort and safety in the face of a fear or threat.
3. Secure Base - The attachment figure acts as a base of security from which the child can explore the surrounding...
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