Attachment Buzzwords

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Attachment
An enduring bond formed with a significant other
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Separation Protest
When an individual shows upset and distress on separation from an attachment figure.
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Stranger Anxiety
When an individual shows anxiety and distress in the presence of an unfamiliar person
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Secure Attachment (Type B)
When a child and caregiver have a relationship based on trust and security. The child also wishes to interact with the caregiver.
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Insecure Avoidant Attachment (Type A)
When a child and caregiver have a relationship in which the child is quite independent of the caregiver.
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Insecure Ambivalent Attachment (Type C)
When a child and caregiver have a relationship in which the child can be clingy and demanding, yet awkward with the care giver at the same time
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Monotropy
An attachment with ONE primary caregiver.
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Critical Period
The first three years of a child's life, when attachment has to take place or there will be long-term consequences
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Privation
When a child forms no attachment to a caregiver.
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Deprivation
When a child has formed an attachment to a caregiver, but this attachment is broken through separation.
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Instintive
Natural and automatic
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When an individual shows upset and distress on separation from an attachment figure.

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Separation Protest

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When an individual shows anxiety and distress in the presence of an unfamiliar person

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When a child and caregiver have a relationship based on trust and security. The child also wishes to interact with the caregiver.

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When a child and caregiver have a relationship in which the child is quite independent of the caregiver.

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