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PSY403 GDB Solution
The child's attachment behavior when his or her: 
• Mother is present: 
o the child is uncomfortable and seems anxious in the unfamiliar setting. 
O The child is anxious as if anticipating separation even before it occurs. 
O The child doesn't feel secure even when his or her mother is present. 
O The child desires his or her mother's attention, comfort and proximity but rejects it angrily when it is achieved. 
• Mother leaves: 
o The child is very distressed and protests strongly. 
• Mother returns: 
o the child doesn't regain calmness and shows signs of anger towards the mother. 
O The child doesn't re-engage in play activities. 
The child's behavior towards stranger: 
• The child is not easily comforted. 
Mother's responsiveness: 
• Responses occur on the mother's terms ... in other words; when she feels like it. 
• Her availability is therefore inconsistent; she changes between sensitive responsiveness and neglectful responses: 
o The child doesn't feel he or she can rely on her to fulfill his or her needs. 
Important note for parents: As mentioned earlier, it has been noted that babies' personalities may make it seem like they display insecure attachment styles when in fact they are secure.
For instance, if you have what is called a high need baby you may recognize some of the above reactions.
A high need baby is a very sensitive baby and demands much more attention and physical closeness than 'the typical baby'. They very quickly sense when their mother is about to leave and may be very uncomfortable around strangers.
A high need baby was born that way; it's a part of its personality and it has nothing to do with your parenting skills.

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