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The four stages of attachment. By Schafer and Emerson
Babies will act similarly to objects as they do to people. They don't prefer people to others and will begin to discriminate against unfamiliar faces.
Babies can begin to tell people apart. They show preference to people over objects and are non discriminate to people and show less seperation anxiety.
This occurs around 7 months. The babies show signs of separation anxiety and stranger anxiety. They have formed an attachment to one individual(the one that shows them they are sensitive to signals) who is known as the Primary Attachment Figure
This stage is where babies form multiple attachments to mainly family. These are called Secondary Attachment Figures. 29% of babies will form a second attachment within one month. Most babies are at this stage at 18 months and the fear of strangers starts to weaken.
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