This video is the sixth installment of our Psychology A Level Revision Series to prepare you for your exams with exactly the right information that you need to know.
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In this video, we introduce John Bowlby’s four stages of attachment. Bowlby suggests that all healthy babies will develop an attachment with their primary care giver according to his four stages. Based on this first attachment experience, a child will develop internal working models with which they can continue to build further attachments throughout life.
Bowlby’s four stages of attachment are:
1. Pre-attachment – from birth to 2 months
2. Attachment-in-the-making – from 2 months to 7 months
3. Clear Cut Attachment – from 7 months to 2 years
4. Goal Corrected Partnership – from 2 years
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