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Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Freud proposed a series of psychosexua…
in the oral stage
Freud also emphasized the
Erikson went beyond Freud's view
birth through adolescence, during which individuals attempt t…
from birth to age 2, infants derive satisfaction through the…
symbiotic relationship between the mother and young infant, i…
nursing and weaning are important, he conceded, but they are…
Freud proposed a series of psychosexua…
birth through adolescence, during which individuals attempt t…
in the oral stage
from birth to age 2, infants derive satisfaction through the…
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Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
Social smile
Social referencing
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
Smiling in response to other individuals
The intentional search for information about others' feelings…
Stranger anxiety
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
Separation anxiety
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
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Social and personality development in infancy
differential emotions theory
Emotions before more complezx thorugh…
Social smiles
stranger anxiety:
suggests that emotional expressions reflect emotional experie…
cerebral cortex, limbic system, and frontal lobes
6-9 weeks
appears 6-18 months related to memory development
differential emotions theory
suggests that emotional expressions reflect emotional experie…
Emotions before more complezx thorugh…
cerebral cortex, limbic system, and frontal lobes
16 terms
Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Attachment Theory
Affectional Bond
Attachment
Reactive Attachment Disorder
The view that the ability and need to form an attachment rela…
The emotional tie to an infant experienced by an afult
The emotional tie to a parent often experienced by an infant,…
A disorder that appears to prevent a child from forming close…
Attachment Theory
The view that the ability and need to form an attachment rela…
Affectional Bond
The emotional tie to an infant experienced by an afult
22 terms
Social and personality development in infancy
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
Social smile
Social referencing
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
Smiling in response to other individuals
The intentional search for information about others' feelings…
Stranger anxiety
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
Separation anxiety
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
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social and personality development in infancy
infant emotional develop (MAX)
emotion (3 parts)
across infancy see increase___
stranger anxiety
MAX= maximally discriminative facial movement coding syst (Ca…
bio arousal (sweat, etc.)... cognitive (become aware of bio arou…
kinds of emotions infants can express and experience... made pos…
caution and wariness displayed by infants when encountering u…
infant emotional develop (MAX)
MAX= maximally discriminative facial movement coding syst (Ca…
emotion (3 parts)
bio arousal (sweat, etc.)... cognitive (become aware of bio arou…
19 terms
Infancy: Social and Personality Development
Stranger anxiety, Separation anxiety,…
Stranger Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
Social Smile
Emotions in Infancy
Wariness toward unfamiliar adults
Parents not being with child, child freaks out
Occurs in response to others
Stranger anxiety, Separation anxiety,…
Emotions in Infancy
Stranger Anxiety
Wariness toward unfamiliar adults
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Social and Personality Development in infancy
What are the psychological perspective…
What were the 2 theorists for psychoan…
What did Freud believe about the psych…
What did Erikson believe about the psy…
1. Psychoanalytic... 2. Ethological
Freud and Erikson
psychosexual stage related to infant attempts at needs satisf…
psychosocial stage in which attending to infant needs and soc…
What are the psychological perspective…
1. Psychoanalytic... 2. Ethological
What were the 2 theorists for psychoan…
Freud and Erikson
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Infancy: Social and Personality Development
Nonverbal Encoding
Nonverbal Decoding
True Emotion has 3 components
Empathy
Nonverbal expression
Determining emotional states of others' based on facial and v…
Biological Arousal: increase breathing and heart rate... Cogniti…
Emotional response that corresponds to the feelings of anothe…
Nonverbal Encoding
Nonverbal expression
Nonverbal Decoding
Determining emotional states of others' based on facial and v…
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INFANCY: Chapter 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Attachment
Attachment Theory
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Goodness-of-fit
The emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, form…
The view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
A group of disorders that impair an individual's ability to u…
The degree to which an infant's temperament is adaptable to h…
Attachment
The emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, form…
Attachment Theory
The view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
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Infancy and Toddlerhood: Personality and Social Development
Emergence of the SociableSelf
Who am I?
Whom do I trust? -SENSE OF TRUST
Whom do I trust? -SENSE OF SELF
-advances within 3 years of walking, talking, grasping object…
-20-24 months (distinction of "me" and "not me") ... -self conce…
attachment relationships --> During feeding infant learns his…
Regulation -- infant to "trust" environment and the significa…
Emergence of the SociableSelf
-advances within 3 years of walking, talking, grasping object…
Who am I?
-20-24 months (distinction of "me" and "not me") ... -self conce…
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6 social and personality development in infancy
freud
oral stages
Erikson perspective
trust versus mistrust
perspective with oral stages
derive satisfaction from the mouth
trust versus mistrust
helping the infant get its needs met consistently
freud
perspective with oral stages
oral stages
derive satisfaction from the mouth
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Chapter 3.3 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Stranger Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
Social Referencing
Self- Awareness
The CAUTION and WARINESS displayed by infants when encounteri…
The DISTRESS displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
The intentional search for information about others' FEELINGS…
Knowledge of ONESELF ... The realization that he or she is a di…
Stranger Anxiety
The CAUTION and WARINESS displayed by infants when encounteri…
Separation Anxiety
The DISTRESS displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
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Psyc 2235 - Social and Personality Development in Infancy
2 influential perspectives that formul…
Trust vs Mistrust... - class video example
Attachment Theory
Attachment
1. Psychoanalytic (freud and erikson)... 2. Ethological perspect…
Psychoanalytic Perspective... - important to respond to infants…
Ethological Perspective:... View that the ability and need to fo…
The emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
2 influential perspectives that formul…
1. Psychoanalytic (freud and erikson)... 2. Ethological perspect…
Trust vs Mistrust... - class video example
Psychoanalytic Perspective... - important to respond to infants…
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Chapter 7- Social & Personality Development in Infancy
Emotions
1 month old
4-8 months old
18 months old
-Just as with adults, there are culturally universal facial e…
Distress, disgust, relaxed interest, joy
sadness, anger, shame, pleasure, surprise, shyness
embarrassment, guilt, contempt, pride, empathy
Emotions
-Just as with adults, there are culturally universal facial e…
1 month old
Distress, disgust, relaxed interest, joy
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Chapter 6: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Attachment Theory
Attachment
Synchrony
Stranger Anxiety
The view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
The emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
A mutual, interlocking pattern of attachment behaviors shared…
Expression of discomfort, such as clinging to mother, in the…
Attachment Theory
The view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
Attachment
The emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
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Ch. 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
symbiotic
fixation
Erikson
Harlow
relationship between the mother and young infant as one... Freud
consequence of an infant's need frustrated or overgratified... F…
responding to the infant's other needs by talking, comforting…
infant monkey's became attached to a terrycloth covered "moth…
symbiotic
relationship between the mother and young infant as one... Freud
fixation
consequence of an infant's need frustrated or overgratified... F…
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Ch. 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Nonverbal coding
Differential Emotions Theory
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
The universal nonvernal expression of emotions
Emotional expressions not only relfect emotional experience,…
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
Nonverbal coding
The universal nonvernal expression of emotions
Differential Emotions Theory
Emotional expressions not only relfect emotional experience,…
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Chapter 6: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Attachment theory
Attachment
Synchrony
Stranger anxiety
view that infants are biologically predisposed to form emotio…
emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, form whic…
a mutual, interlocking pattern of attachment behaviors shared…
child's discomfort in the presence of a stranger
Attachment theory
view that infants are biologically predisposed to form emotio…
Attachment
emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, form whic…
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Chapter 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
attachment theory
synchrony
attachment
stranger anxiety
the view that the ability and... need to form an attachment... rela…
a mutual, interlocking pattern of... attachment behaviours share…
the emotional tie to a parent... experienced by an infant, from…
expressions of discomfort, such... as clinging to the mother, in…
attachment theory
the view that the ability and... need to form an attachment... rela…
synchrony
a mutual, interlocking pattern of... attachment behaviours share…
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Ch. 7 Social and personality development in infancy
self awareness
social referencing
theory of mind
Empathy
Knowledge of oneself
face expression to see how the other person is feeling
beliefs about how the mind works and how it affects behavior
An emotional response that corresponds to the feelings of ano…
self awareness
Knowledge of oneself
social referencing
face expression to see how the other person is feeling
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CHAPTER 6 - SOCIAL AND PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IN INFANCY
attachment theory
synchrony
attachment
stranger anxiety
the view that the ability and need to form an attachment rela…
a mutual, interlocking pattern of attachment behaviours share…
the emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
expression of discomfort, such as clinging to the mother, in…
attachment theory
the view that the ability and need to form an attachment rela…
synchrony
a mutual, interlocking pattern of attachment behaviours share…
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Chapter 7 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Infant Emotion
Order of emerging emotions in infancy
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
-nonverbal expressions... -infants born with innate repertoire o…
1-interest, distress, disgust... 2-social smile... 3-anger,surprise…
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
Infant Emotion
-nonverbal expressions... -infants born with innate repertoire o…
Order of emerging emotions in infancy
1-interest, distress, disgust... 2-social smile... 3-anger,surprise…
32 terms
Chapter 6 Social & Personality Development in Infancy
Attachment Theory
Attachment
Synchrony
Stranger Anxiety
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
the emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
a mutual, interlocking pattern of attachment behaviors shared…
expressions of discomfort, such as clinging to the mother, in…
Attachment Theory
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
Attachment
the emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
16 terms
Ch. 6 social & personality development in infancy
attachment
attachment theory
goodness-of-fit
insecure/ambivalent attachment
the emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
the degree to which an infant's temperament is adaptable to h…
a pattern of attachment in which the infant shows little expl…
attachment
the emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
attachment theory
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
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Chapter 7: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Nonverbal Expressions
Social smile:
Self-awareness:
Social referencing:
Infant nonverbal emotional expressivity similar to adult expr…
Smiling in response to other individuals
Knowledge of oneself
The intentional search for information about others' feelings…
Nonverbal Expressions
Infant nonverbal emotional expressivity similar to adult expr…
Social smile:
Smiling in response to other individuals
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Chapter 6: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Babies can display the following emoti…
Stranger Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
Social referencing
1.) Interest ... 2.) Distress... 3.) Disgust
The caution and wariness displayed by infants anytime they ar…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary caregiver…
The intentional search of information about others feelings t…
Babies can display the following emoti…
1.) Interest ... 2.) Distress... 3.) Disgust
Stranger Anxiety
The caution and wariness displayed by infants anytime they ar…
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Social and Personality development in Infancy (chapter 6)
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
social smile
social referencing
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
smiling in response to other individuals
the intentional search for information about others' feelings…
stranger anxiety
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
separation anxiety
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
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Chapter 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
nonverbal encoding
stranger axiety
separation axiety
social smile
nonverbal expression, refers to emotions
wariness displayed when encountering an unfamiliar person
distress when a customary provider leaves
babies smile to other individuals
nonverbal encoding
nonverbal expression, refers to emotions
stranger axiety
wariness displayed when encountering an unfamiliar person
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Psych Chapter 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
True emotion
Social smile
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
Has 3 components: a biological arousal component (such as inc…
Smiling in response to other individuals.
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
True emotion
Has 3 components: a biological arousal component (such as inc…
Social smile
Smiling in response to other individuals.
21 terms
Chapter 6: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Stranger Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
Social Smile
Social Referencing
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
Smiling in response to other individuals
Intentional search for information about others' feelings to…
Stranger Anxiety
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
Separation Anxiety
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
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Ch 5. Social and Personality Development in Infancy
why might the formation of attachment…
what did the Elinor Ames's (1997) rese…
what did Lucy LeMare's (2001) research…
define synchrony
temperament and personality are inheritable. so adoptive pare…
living in orphanage longer prior to being adopted in BC leads…
varies between teens... below average IQ... difficulties in attenti…
a mutual, interlocking pattern of attachment behaviour shared…
why might the formation of attachment…
temperament and personality are inheritable. so adoptive pare…
what did the Elinor Ames's (1997) rese…
living in orphanage longer prior to being adopted in BC leads…
25 terms
Chapter 6: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Social Smile
Stranger Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
Social Referencing
Smiling in response to other individuals.
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
The intentional search for information about others' feelings…
Social Smile
Smiling in response to other individuals.
Stranger Anxiety
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
65 terms
Chapter 7: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
emotions in infancy
universals in facial expressions
nonverbal expressions
emerging emotions
- infants display a fairly wide range of emotional expression…
across every culture, infants show similar facial expressions…
- infant nonverbal emotional expressivity similar to adult ex…
- emotional expressions emerge at roughly these times. ... - exp…
emotions in infancy
- infants display a fairly wide range of emotional expression…
universals in facial expressions
across every culture, infants show similar facial expressions…
30 terms
Chapter 7: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Piaget's Theory of Object Permanence
The A-not-B Search Error
Language Development
Prelinguistic Communication
Def: understanding that objects continue to exist when out of…
-looking in the place last seen (A) rather than the place to…
-Prelinguistic Communication... -2 months... -2 to 3 months... -9 to 1…
-crying, sounds, facial expressions, gestures
Piaget's Theory of Object Permanence
Def: understanding that objects continue to exist when out of…
The A-not-B Search Error
-looking in the place last seen (A) rather than the place to…
25 terms
Chap 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
social smile
social referencing
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
smiling in response to other individuals.
the intentional search for information about other's feelings…
stranger anxiety
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
separation anxiety
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
26 terms
Ch. 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
True emotions have 3 components
Stranger anxiety
Separation anxiety
Development of Self-Awareness
1) Biological arousal: increased heartrate, breathing... 2) Cogn…
caution and wariness displayed by infants when encountering a…
want their primary caregivers
Roots of self-awareness, Rouge spot, Complicated tasks requests
True emotions have 3 components
1) Biological arousal: increased heartrate, breathing... 2) Cogn…
Stranger anxiety
caution and wariness displayed by infants when encountering a…
11 terms
Chapter 6: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
2 Theories of Social and Personality D…
Psychoanalytic Perspectives
Ethological Perspectives
Attachment theory
Psychoanalytical & Ethological
Frued's Psychosexual stages & the fixation of the Oral Phase…
John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth and attachment
the view that the ability and need to form an attachment rela…
2 Theories of Social and Personality D…
Psychoanalytical & Ethological
Psychoanalytic Perspectives
Frued's Psychosexual stages & the fixation of the Oral Phase…
38 terms
Chapter 6: Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Nonverbal Encoding
Differential Emotions Theory
Stranger Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
the nonverbal expression of emotions is consistent across the…
suggests that emotional expressions not only reflect emotiona…
is the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encount…
is the distress displayed by infants when a customary care pr…
Nonverbal Encoding
the nonverbal expression of emotions is consistent across the…
Differential Emotions Theory
suggests that emotional expressions not only reflect emotiona…
25 terms
Chapter 6 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
social smile
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
social refrencing
smiling in response to other individuals
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
the intentional search for information about others' feelings…
social smile
smiling in response to other individuals
stranger anxiety
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
34 terms
3.3 Social and Personality Development in Infancy
Emotions in Infancy
Stranger Anxiety
Separation Anxiety
If you're happy and she knows it...
-Infants are born with the capacity to display basic emotions…
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
The distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
Social referencing: first occurs around 8-9 months, intention…
Emotions in Infancy
-Infants are born with the capacity to display basic emotions…
Stranger Anxiety
The caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
30 terms
chapter 6 social and personality development in infancy
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
social smile
social referencing
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
distress displayed by infant when a customary care provider d…
smilling in response to other individuals
the intentional search for information about others feelings…
stranger anxiety
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
separation anxiety
distress displayed by infant when a customary care provider d…
11 terms
chapter 6: Social and Personality development in infancy and toddlerhood
Freud
Erickson
Harlow
Ethological Perspectives
emphasized the symbiotic relationship between the mother and…
Nursing and weaning are important, but they are only one aspe…
Erickson's view of infant development was more accurate than…
Evolutionary forces have endowed infants with genes that pred…
Freud
emphasized the symbiotic relationship between the mother and…
Erickson
Nursing and weaning are important, but they are only one aspe…
34 terms
Social and Personality Development in Infancy Module 3.3
The nonverbal expressions relating to…
Darwin argued that humans and primates…
The caution and wariness displayed by…
The distress displayed by infants when…
nonverbal encoding
true
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
The nonverbal expressions relating to…
nonverbal encoding
Darwin argued that humans and primates…
true
25 terms
Chapter 6 Social & Personality Development in Infancy
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
social smile
social referencing
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
smiling in response to other individuals
the intentional search for information about others' feelings…
stranger anxiety
the caution and wariness displayed by infants when encounteri…
separation anxiety
the distress displayed by infants when a customary care provi…
18 terms
Chapter 6: Social & Personality Development in Infancy
trust vs. mistrust
attachment theory
internal model
attachment
Erikson's proposition that the first 2 years comprise a perio…
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
infants create different _______________ of their relationshi…
the emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from…
trust vs. mistrust
Erikson's proposition that the first 2 years comprise a perio…
attachment theory
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
43 terms
Chapter 7- Social and Personality Development in Infancy
What are 2 universal expressions
what is an issue with non-verbal expre…
Social smile
When does self-awareness occurs?
Happiness and Sadness
Matching expression to experience
response to other individuals
12 months
What are 2 universal expressions
Happiness and Sadness
what is an issue with non-verbal expre…
Matching expression to experience
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Chapter 6: Social & Personality Development in Infancy
babies can express the following emoti…
3 components of emotions:
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
-interest... -disgust... -distress
-biological arousal... -cognitive... -behavioral
-caution and wariness displayed by infants when encountering…
-distress displayed by infants when a caregiver leaves... -emerg…
babies can express the following emoti…
-interest... -disgust... -distress
3 components of emotions:
-biological arousal... -cognitive... -behavioral
13 terms
Chapter 6: Social and Personality Developments in Infancy
stranger anxiety
separation anxiety
self-awareness
empathy
a caution displayed by infants when encountering an unfamilia…
distress displayed by infants when a customary care provider…
knowledge of self; begins to grow around 12 months
an emotional response that corresponds to the feelings of ano…
stranger anxiety
a caution displayed by infants when encountering an unfamilia…
separation anxiety
distress displayed by infants when a customary care provider…
Chapter 6 - Infancy - Social and Personality Development
attachment theory
attachment
PARENTS ATTACHMENT TO THE INFANT
synchrony
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
emotional ties to a parent experiences by an infant from whic…
...
a mutual inferlocking pattern of attachment behaviors shared…
attachment theory
the view that infants are biologically predisposed to form em…
attachment
emotional ties to a parent experiences by an infant from whic…
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