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The various actions of securely- and insecurely-attached infants could be observed particularly when the child requires the caregiver’s help.

The various actions of securely- and insecurely-attached infants could be observed particularly when the child requires the caregiver’s help.

to evaluate the character of accessory, scientists utilize a standard laboratory procedure called the “Strange Situation,” that involves brief separations through the caregiver (age.g., mother) (Solomon & George, 2008). The caregiver is instructed to leave the child to play alone in a room for a short time, then return and greet the child while researchers observe the child’s response in the Strange Situation.

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