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my psychology homework is to right a point, evidence and evaluation bullet point list for the question " outline and evaluate research into the effects of failure to form attachment" really struggling with this unit as a whole, would appreciate it if someone could help. thanks
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Sorry you've not had any responses about this.

Why not try posting in a specific subject forum- you might have more luck there.

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relate to Bowlby's theory of attachment (ASCMI) He says that the monotropic relationships formed between a mother and child must be formed within a critical period or the child will have social problems and problems forming relationships later in life (he suggests that they never will however this is debated). Refer to research and case studies such as Genie. Hope this Helps
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