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An internal working model is a set of expectations and beliefs about the self, others and the relationship between the self and others. Thus, the internal working model of an individual will contain particular expectations and beliefs about: Internal working models begin to be formed in early infancy.What is John Bowlby known for?
John Bowlby was a 20th century psychologist and psychiatrist best known for his research into attachment formation and his development of attachment theory.