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Stages of Attachment
Babies produce similar responses to people and inanimate objects. They don't prefer specific people over others. Quickly learn to discriminate familiar people from unfamiliar people.
More socially able, can tell people apart. Show a preference for people. Generally don't show stranger or seperation anxiety. Relatively comforted by anyone, no real preferences.
Changes at around 7 months. Babies show separation and stranger anxiety. A specific Primary attachment is formed with a particular individual, whoever responds most to their signals. Uses familiar adults as a secure base.
Around 18 months. Infant forms attachments with others like grandparents, siblings and caregivers. Soon after first attachment is made. Stranger anxiety weakens.
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