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By Cara Flanagan

Early Socialisation appears to be like at sociability and attachment and the way they relate to emotional and cognitive improvement. themes coated contain: bonding, attachment, deprivation, separation and privation, in addition to enrichment. Social and cultural adaptations are thought of, and theories of attachment and loss are defined and evaluated.

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H. H. (1995) Bonding: building the foundations of secure attachment and independence. London: Cedar. Thorough and up-to-date paperback written for parents and caregivers about many different aspects of the bonding process. 38 4 The attachment process Introduction What is attachment? The development of attachment behaviour Individual differences in attachment Measuring attachment The value of a secure attachment Monotropy versus multiple attachments Summary Introduction In the last chapter, we looked at bonding, which I suggested is the beginning of the attachment process.

This suggested that imprinting occurs during a critical period and once this has passed, it can no longer take place. Sensitive period Other psychologists later suggested that the idea of a critical period was perhaps rather too strong and it would be more appropriate to 27 EARLY SOCIALISATION describe this as a sensitive period. It was the psychologist Sluckin (1965) who first coined this phrase in the light of his own and other research which showed that even though imprinting was less likely outside this period, it still could occur.

Meltzoff and Moore have conducted many studies of infant imitation (1977, 1983, 1989, 1992) and found that babies of less than 7 days old were also able to imitate other face movements, such as furrowing their foreheads or opening their mouth. This ability demonstrates that right from the beginning the infant is participating in a social exchange. 2). 2 Photographs showing infants imitating adult expressions Source: Meltzoff and Moore, 1977 Emotional expression The infant clearly has a large repertoire of behaviours which enable it to attract and maintain the attention of caregivers.

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