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  • Stages of Attachment
  • Asocial Stage
  • Indiscriminate Stage
  • Specific Attachments
  • 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.
  • Multiple Attachments
  • 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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