Human Development Assignment

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Human Development acrossthe life span
ContentsINTRODUCION...................................................................................................................................3TASK....................................................................................................................................................3CONCLUSION.....................................................................................................................................5REFERENCES......................................................................................................................................7
INTRODUCIONThe development term can be defined as the systematically and continuous changesoccurring in action and behaviour of an individual. These changes in behaviours are largelyinfluenced by the personal experiences of a person during its developmental stages of lifespan (Gardiner, Mutter and Kosmitzki, 1998). The individual goes through numbers of stagesdeveloping different behaviour in his nature because of changing internal as well as externalaspects in individual life. There are many type of attachment that is expressed by a personduring his department. Among which secure attachment shown between the parent and theinfant is most important aspect for development of human. This creates a strong relationship,important for self-identification and confidence in life.In this report the various stages of human development across life span of individualis discussed along with studying different kind of attachment formed between the person atvarious stages of development. Importance of the secure attachment is also discussed alongwith highlighting some of the negative points of the statement and adult attachment theory.TASKSecure attachment can be studies specifically duringdifferent stages of life a person.A child person is totally depended on others for all his work and at the age of adolescencethey become some protective and start hiding things then and become somewhat mature. Atthe age of adulthood a person need mental support and this is a age of hard work were theyalways need a hand with them.J. Bowlby is the first person who gives an view on the attachment theory whichdescribes the changes and development of human based on different attachment forms byother people during their life span. The various types of attachments defined by the J. Bowbyin his adult attachment ther is secure attachment which is formed by emotional relationsindividual with others, avoidant attachments which disintegrates an person from specificperson or society, ambivalent attachment which is inconsistent in relations formation,disorganised attachment which shows depressed or angry phase of an individual(Craig,1996). The various type of attachment followed in the life span of an individual especially indevelopment of infant state of mind during his various developmental stages are as follows:Secure attachments- 65% of the infant and the person follows this types of attachmentduring his their development across complete life style. In this type of attachment formation
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