Explain how the appearance of stranger anxiety, separation protest, and social referencing relate to motor developments in the first two years of life. 3. Compare and contrast the theories of Freud, Erikson, and Bowlby with respect to the origins and nature of attachment. 4. Describe the style of caregiving associated with secure attachment, avoidant attachment, resistant attachment, and disorganized attachment in infants. 5. Present three criticisms of attachment theory as a predictor of attachment later in life.
How the Appearance of Stranger Anxiety, Separation Protest, and Social Referencing Relate to Motor Developments in the First two Years of Life
Tuesday July 19, 2022
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