Attachment theory in childcare

May 17th, 2015
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Attachment is the development of a psychological and emotional relationship between a child and a caregiver. It develops subconsciously and it is characterized by a want of close proximity by the child to the primary caregiver. The child in essence views the caregiver, which in most cases is the mother, as a safe haven, a safe base from which to explore the world. Another dominant feature of attachment is separation anxiety when not in the presence

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