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Attachment Styles: Infancy, Toddlerhood, Early Childhood, Middle Childhood Angela Cochrane Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Campus
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Attachment Styles: Infancy, Toddlerhood, Early Childhood, Middle Childhood Given what the research has shown regarding attachment from infancy to middle childhood, this knowledge should be taken into consideration when writing new policies. For infants, it is important that they do not receive too much out of home child care because this can lead to an insecure attachment to their parents. An insecure attachment leads to more negative emotionality when interacting with peers and other people in the child’s life, which can cause lifelong damage. Implementing a policy that regulates the amount of out of home child care could help increase secure attachment among children. While it is difficult to implement policies regarding attachment, it is much easier to implement practices regarding attachment. After all, attachment concerns the relationship between parent and child.
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