Attachment definitions

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Privation
The lack of having any attachments due to the failure to develop such attachments during early life.
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Institutional care
A place dedicated to looking after children for a long period of time.
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Disinhibited attachment
A type of disorganized attachment, where children do not discriminate between people they choose as attachment figures. they will treat strangers with over friendliness and maybe attention seeking.
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Attachment
Emotional bond between two people. Leads to certain behaviours such as clinging and proximity seeking, serves the function of protecting the child.
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Day care
Form of temporary care, not given by family members, usually outside the home.
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Peer relations
Child's ability to form close relationships with other children. Relationships enable the child to develop important social skills, such as, cooperating or solving social conflict.
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A place dedicated to looking after children for a long period of time.

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Institutional care

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A type of disorganized attachment, where children do not discriminate between people they choose as attachment figures. they will treat strangers with over friendliness and maybe attention seeking.

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Emotional bond between two people. Leads to certain behaviours such as clinging and proximity seeking, serves the function of protecting the child.

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Form of temporary care, not given by family members, usually outside the home.

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