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Understanding Disorganized Disoriented Attachment Patterns in Children

   

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Research Paper: Running Head1RESEARCH PAPER: WHAT IS ATTACHMENT?Kamalpreet Dhanjal Sheridan College
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Research Paper: Running Head1Multiple studies have documented that Attachment describes physical, social andpsychological effects that attachment has on child development. This entire researchpaper focuses on the importance of Attachment and how it reflects on child development.Attachment theory is focused on children who need a secure emotional relationship withtheir teachers and their caregivers so they can grow, develop and feel safe in a nurturingenvironment.It is a fundamental where young children and infants requires consistentrelationship with particular people in order to develop. The attachment theory hasdeveloped There are three main sources which describes attachment which focuses onchild developmental theory. In the article the attachment focuses how the attachment theory have been made ? As the term attachment means who gives a sense of stability and security and necessary to take risks and which affects on children’s developmental growth and childrens’s personality. Authors clearly states what is the importance of attachment and how the children are developed based on their emotional and cognitive development. In the articlethere is attachment theory which focus on the effects on the children experiences and and their developmental skill which are examined by Erik Erikson. There are 3 patterns of attachment theory which are been discussed in the paper and how it affects and what are are the outcome to improve those factors. Lastly, in article author also talks about how attachment plays a important role the relationship between childhood educator and children. It also talks about how to build the trust what child plays in each stage in various ways in order to provide them a secure and safe environment. as well how it how
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Research Paper: Running Head1the attachment refers the particular way people are related to other people. In the article itshows that how attachment are formed and how you related in intimate relationships and how you parent your children by understanding your style of attachment is helpful because it In this article Mary Airworth attachment theory and types of attachment style” it is written by and it is published in this year of 2007. In this article, the author discuss about various types of attachment and how it is contributed in a children’s development. In Attachment is the particular way in which way you relate to other people, but author states that various ways where children develop their gross motor skills based on interactions between parents and caregivers. There are 3 main patters of attachment which are being examined by ethologist John Bowlby and Aniworth. The first category which focus in the research is secure attachment which focuses on how it is classified by children who show anxiety and shows emotional distress when their caregiver leaves, but they pose themselves make and make themselves stable that their caregiver will return. Ainworth examined in secure attachment that 1 year old in the strange situations and at home, they found 3 main patterns of attachment. Children who are 0 -16 months they are adapt easily and co-operate with their caregivers when they are upset as older children don’t. The second main attachment category is avoidant attachment which focuses on how children suffers from natural consequences in their household environment living in and how they are treated by each of the family members. Author clearly states that in avoidant attachment children are able to do things independently and physically and emotionally for example (example). The paper also talks about how Children who are with avoidant attachment are outwardly unaffected by a caregiver leaving or returning.
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