The nature of attachment

Psychology
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Discuss the emotional domain of human development, specifically emotional attachment. What individual differences in attachment are linked to infants’ temperament and how? 

Discuss the emotional domain of human development (specifically, emotional attachment),

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Emotional attachment is a natural occurrence that arises in all human relationship and starts in the first few years of life. Several people consider that attachment starts as early as in the womb between baby and mother. Our early life relationships habitually situate the stage for how we will role within future relationships and will influence the boundaries we take up in each relationship.

Temperament states to steady, premature appearing of individual differences in behavioral tendencies that have a legitimate source.  For instance, some children cry effortlessly whereas others appear more relaxed; some babies are more active while others are more inactive. Attachment is an instinctual requirement to attach with other human beings. Attachment may function as a regulator among infant temperament and external environmental pressures. It is probable that good parenting can alter a child’s fundamental temperament by helping them to control their emotion and behavioral urges in an optimistic way.

References

http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/exchange/node/3667

http://blogs.psychcentral.com/caregivers/2015/07/attachment-5-healthy-and-unhealthy-boundaries/


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