Difference between maternal deprivation and disruption of attachment??

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Im not sure but from my understanding disruption of attachment is short term seperation from an attachment figure and maternal deprivation is the continued separation from the attachment figure? Is this right?
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I think you're right. Disruption of attachment is described as being a 'temporary separation from the caregiver'. E.g they could be in hospital for a few nights. Maternal deprivation sounds like the mother isn't around very often - they are being deprived of being with the mother so the attachment figure is not present
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Okay thanks for the help


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