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[Attachment Theory] Young children need to develop a relationship with a primary caregiver to have a normal social and emotional development

[Attachment Theory] Young children need to develop a relationship with a primary caregiver to have a normal social and emotional development [Attachment Theory] Young children need to develop a relationship with a primary caregiver to have a normal social and emotional development
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Within attachment theory, infant behaviour associated with attachment is primarily the seeking of proximity to an attachment figure in stressful situations. Infants become attached to adults who are sensitive and responsive in social interactions with them, and who remain as consistent caregivers for some months during the period from about six months to two years of age. During the latter part of this period, children begin to use attachment figures (familiar people) as a secure base to explore from and return to. Parental responses lead to the development of patterns of attachment; these, in turn, lead to internal working models which will guide the individual's feelings, thoughts and expectations in later relationships.

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