Elvina PSY 336

Elvina PSY 336 - Janelle Jose SSC 305 Reflection Paper #2...

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Janelle Jose 10/01/2009 SSC 305 – Reflection Paper #2 Soc/Emo Dev Social and emotional development is very important in early child development. Within attachment theory, attachment means a bond or tie between an individual and an attachment figure, which is usually a caregiver. From children toward a parent or care giving figure, they are likely to be asymmetric. I generally had a very secure with my parents and being a product of a large family with a lot of older siblings there was always someone there with me. My primary caregiver had to be my mother to whom I was attached to the hip. Being the baby of the family I was where majority of her attention went to. This is most important tenet of attachment theory is that a young child needs to develop a relationship with at least one primary caregiver for normal social and emotional development. I remember that my parents played with me and react quickly to my needs and are generally were very responsive to me. Infants become attached to adults who are sensitive and
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