Student’s Name Professor Course Date Effects of early experiences on later development. Patricia Miller sheds more light on theories of developmental psychology. The superb explanation encompasses an in-depth report of excerpts from the philosophical puritans of Freud and Bowby. Patricia Miller captures an explanation of object relation theory as well as internal models which covers the role those early relationships as well attached. Infarct the theory suggests that those children’s that are secured most often make an adult romantic relationship last long. While the insecure children are prone to divorce and they find relationship complex this argument supports the idea that children’s experiences have a vital impact on the future relationship. Work Cited Miller P. H. Theories of Developmental Psychology. Worth Publishers NY (2016): 129 [...]
NEED Text APA format. 400 words Required Texts: Miller, P. H. (2016). Theories of Developmental Psychology. Worth Publishers, NY Optional Readings: Used copy: Crain, W. (2011). Theories of Development: Concepts and Applications Pearson. Psychoanalytic Theory One Thread: DB Week 6: Optional this semester: Miller introduces us to Freud's legacy, as far as contemporary research that are based on concepts that emerged from Freud's psychoanalytic theory. On page 129 of the 2016 text, Miller presents "object relations" theory and Bowby's view of "internal working models", as extensions of the role of early relationships and experiences as they may influence later behavior. Discuss one area of contemporary research about the effect of early experiences on later development. Specifically, read the Fraley et. al (2013) article and discuss how longitudinal research does or does not support the notion of "enduring effects," of early experiences on later development.