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Infants and Attachment Bonding
A look at attachment bonding during infancy.
# 122760 | 1,500 words | 6 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Psychology (Child and Adolescent)

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This paper discusses the process of attachment bonding during the first two years of life. Early contributions to attachment theory and more contemporary work are both discussed. The paper additionally considers how the early attachment bond forms the foundation for a child's psychological and cognitive development.

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"According to Hughes, attachment refers to the emotional connection between a developing infant and his her parents or primary caregiver. The importance of forming attachment bonds during infancy and the first two years of life with parents, caregivers cannot be overemphasized indeed as noted by Beckett, the quality and nature of the attachment bond formed during these years will influence the child's physical, cognitive and psychological development. Just as importantly it will form the foundation for..."

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