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  • Adults interacting with infants use a modified form of vocal language which is high-pitched, song like and repetitive. This aids communication and strengthens attachment. (9, 4)
  • Animals born at an advanced stage of development. (9)
  • Animals born at an early stage of development that need attachment bonds to survive. (9)
  • Infants have an ability to imitate their carer’s facial expressions, suggesting it’s a biological devise that aids attachment. (9)
  • Interactions between carer and infant resulting in mutual behaviours with both being able to produce responses. (11)
  • Physical interactions between carer and infant to help form a bond, especially in the period immediately after birth. (6, 7)

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