Attachment in children

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    KOLTS preschool, there were two female ECE’s and six children inside the school. Two ECE’s went to the dressing room and started to dress all the children in the proper outfit before heading outside. The first ECE dressed three children by helping each child putting on their jacket, snow pants, boots, hat, and gloves. The second ECE was helping the other three children dress up to go outside. The third ECE was in the classroom supervising four children while the first half went outside who were…

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    the United States is stained with an immensely dark past. In 1976, Kenneth Wooden uncovered the atrocities that were occurring within America’s juvenile correctional system when he released Weeping in the Playtime of Others. In hopes of protecting children and initiating change in the juvenile justice system, Wooden addressed the lack of human rights and legal justice in juvenile issues, the origins of delinquency, the abuse and neglect within America’s juvenile institutions, political…

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    The Juvenile Rights Period

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    period. The colonial period lasted from 1600s to 1800s. During the colonial American period, two influences remained constant: the authority of the parent and the role of religion. Parents continued to be given wide latitude in dealing with their children, whether through abusive or other means. An example of this can be found in the passage of the Stubborn Child Law in 1646. The Massachusetts law dictated that if a 16-year-old child was rebellious and stubborn, the parents could bring the…

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    findings that it is important for the criminal justice professions to intervene once a crime has been committed, and become more creative when finding activities for youth to get out of trouble. It is critical for parents to be involved in getting the children out of the house and involving them in exciting, safe activities where they can learn and grow. The researcher concluded that intervention is key to keeping the youth from…

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    No Child Left Undiagnosed

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    have ADHD”. The problem is there are children being overmedicated for ADHD.According to The Center for Disease Control some symptoms that the child had ADHD are: they day dream,they lose things,they squirm or fidget, talk a lot, make careless mistakes, have trouble taking turns, and have trouble getting along with others. Children are being overmedicated for ADHD because their doctors think the children have ADHD when the children really don 't have ADHD. Children are being overmedicated for…

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    Poor quality attachments may have detrimental affects on the development of babies and young children as they need to be able to trust others in order to feel emotionally secure. Without this, children may begin to show anti-social behaviour and aggression towards others. Poor quality attachments may also lead to youth offending. Babies and young children with poor quality attachments may show less interest in exploring their environments and display anxiety or depression later on in life. Q.4…

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    What Is Secure Attachment

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    Attachment and development Attachment can be dissented into two main categories; secure and insecure. Insecure attachment can further be spilt into different types; insecure-avoidant, insecure-ambivalent and insecure-disorganised. The relationship between an infant and their primary caregiver is fundamental for future relationships of the child. The child will use their first relationship as a template to apply to future relationship experiences. Gearity (2005), proposed the idea that infants…

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    Attachment is an emotional tie that bonds one person to another. Attachment theory was brought along by John Bowlby during his psychiatry career. He considered the importance of social, emotional, and cognitive development in parent-child relationships after treating many emotionally disturbed children. This elicited the idea that children’s early experiences with their parents produces a lasting imprint on their lives. Bowlby proposed that attachment experiences influenced the development of…

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    Attachment Theory The attachment theory validates how the relationship between a parent and a child influence their maturation in early childhood stages. First originated by John Bowlby, his theory ultimately demonstrated that children who are attached to their parents are influenced by the parents delinquent/criminal behaviors that lead to similar tendencies when they grow older (McLeod). Concluded in multiple experiments, the attachment theory and the relationship between the child and parent…

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    Ainsworth, children act differently when factors such as strangers, parent leaving, etc. The child is aware of what is going on and can, depending on the style, be afraid of what will happen when the parent leaves or if they will come back. Some children are even fearful of the stranger and will act completely different. IN the following paragraphs, I will answer the following questions: 1. Type A – Insecure Avoidant 2. Type B - Secure 3. Type C – Insecure Ambivalent/ Resistant 4.…

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