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N L L E J W T S T L G U P U M K I H U
W M X N H B A L O Y T M O K I C C E R
U P D N A H J H L B G H W Y H I C R N
V P R E C O C I A L J C J Q S N F W C
V X A D Y C F S V Y R A H I P G C C F
K H L S D B S S J V X R T H H N C P V
I I T A L O K D O E L E T T I Y M P G
Y P R B S D H I R S E G B A E U I R P
J M I S X I P I E F P I B I U U M X Y
F N C B C L C Q C F Q V O O X C I C D
L N I B P Y H S I J U E N H P F C H R
H J A M L C U L P W E R G Y G S K S L
T G L T J O D F R E N E L Q N X I P T
T B X G M N K C O D G A E K P X N O N
J W V C T T W Y C P Q S N L G R G H P
K O X S D A N X I L N E T C T I L H Y
N Q M C H C O X T M S A W F R C N N X
F O G A I T S M Y U O R M I H W U X P
D Q E R T M H F P E A Y J L B I D K J

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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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