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Title: ?Attachment behaviour characterises human beings from the cradle to the grave' (Bowlby 1979 p 129)

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Subject: Psychology
Author: Davida D
Date: July 20, 2013
Level: University
Grade: B
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John Bowlby was the pioneer behind much of attachment theory; he viewed attachment as ?the propensity of human beings to make affection bonds to particular others' (1979 p127). Bowlby argued that the formation of attachment is evolutionary adaptive and biologically rooted. In that infants are helpless, they require a stronger, wiser individual to help them to survive...

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The infant is programmed to illicit ?social releasers' such as crying, cooing, eye-contact and smiling, for which adults are also programmed to respond to, these advantageous behaviours from the infant help to promote its survival. The first few years of life are held as critical for developing an attachment...

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