GCSE Psychology - Developmental Psychology (Attachment)

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What do we know about children who do not form attachments?

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Children who LOSE an attachment figure/attachemtn because they become separated for some reason (through death/famnily breakdown). They may go on to suffer from problems such as depression.

Children that form NO attachemnts from birth. They may go on to have significant problems with relationships due to poor social and language skills.


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