Need an research paper on the infant-caregiver attachment. Needs to be 11 pages. Please no plagiarism. Early day care and infant-mother attachment security. In: Tremblay R.E, Barr R.G, Peters R.DeV, & Bolvin, M. (eds.) Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. Montreal, Quebec: Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development. 1-6.
This article discusses the manner in which non-maternal childcare experience influences and impacts the development of children in the long run and its implications on the caregivers as well as policymakers. The article concludes that the effect of day care on infant attachment is not consistent across cultures and varies from country to country.
3. Berlin, L.J., Cassidy, J., & Applyard, K. (2008). The influence of early attachments on other relationships. In Cassidy, J. & Shaver, P.R. (Eds.), Handbook of attachment: Theory, research, and clinical applications (2nd ed., pp. 333-347). New York: Guilford.
The authors emphasize the significance of attachment and its role in the healthy development of the child. The study suggests the manner in which the caregivers/parents respond to their child during infancy is vital for the healthy development of various future developmental trajectories.
The research carried out by the authors indicates that a secure and stable infant-caregiver relationship during the infancy period contributes to the overall healthy development of the child and is reflected in healthy friendships among the peer and healthier romantic relationships with their partners in the long run.
In this book, the author stresses the significance, impact and implications of attachment and loss in infant-caregiver relationships. The book examines the manner in which young children respond to any given situation including loss, grief, or anxiety. The author provides various situations at varying degrees of intensity such as a permanent loss of a primary caregiver such as the mother, resulting in their prolonged absence from the infant’s life, or a temporary loss situation where the primary caregiver is temporarily detached from the infant.
Their responses are carefully observed to draw logical conclusions regarding the degree of attachment and the manner in which the infants respond to each situation.