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  • Asocial Stage (0-6 weeks)
  • Indiscriminate Attachments (6 weeks - 7 months)
  • Indiscriminate Attachments ( 6 weeks - 7 months)
  • Babies will produce similar responses to both objects and people. They have no preference in particular; human or object. They have similar reactions to either, for example a smile or giggle.
  • Specific Attachments (7-9 months)
  • Babies begin to become more sociable and show a preference towards people instead of inanimate objects. They are able to tell people apart and will get upset if their caregiver ceases attention towards them.
  • Multiple Attachments (10+ months)
  • Babies at this stage are generally comforted by anyone and do not have a strong preference towards their caregiver(s). They feel more comfortable around people and show more favorable reactions.
  • Multiple Attachments (10+ months)
  • Babies at this stage begin to develop seperation anxiety and stranger anxiety. They show a preference for their caregiver and will become upset if seperated from them. Their caregiver(s) act as a secure base for them. Babies will show emtional distress if they feel uncofrtable with a stranger.
  • Multiple attachments begin to form after becoming attached to their first attachment; their caregiver. These would usually form between parents, siblings and grandparents. People whom they would see more regularly than others.
  • By 18 months, the baby has multiple attachments. These attachments tend to be with those who respond more to their actions and their stranger anxiety begins to weaken.
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