IB Psychology: Attachment

Attachment is the development of a mutual and intense emotional relationship between an infant and its caregivers. According to Bowlby, a close relationship between the child and the mother is a basic biological need - an innate pattern of behaviour that has helped infants to survive. Babies demonstrate the universal behaviour of seeking proximity to the mother and reacting with anxiety to separation from her.

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