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Bowlby's theory- cognitive development of child during attachment formation watch

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    Hello! I need help, I did my esssay on bowlby's theory on attachment. My tutor asked me to add more information about cognitive development of child during attachment formation. I don't understand, what she means. Pleases help.
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    I guess what she wants from you. The child's vision develops in the first 2 weeks. This is important for the first 2 months. For example, the caregiver is not recommended for the first 2-3 months. Because the child recognizes the attachment person in this process. You can tell me something about Object Permanence. Because when the child does not see the attachment, he thinks it is completely gone. This is important for the development of secure attachment
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    (Original post by lafurus)
    I guess what she wants from you. The child's vision develops in the first 2 weeks. This is important for the first 2 months. For example, the caregiver is not recommended for the first 2-3 months. Because the child recognizes the attachment person in this process. You can tell me something about Object Permanence. Because when the child does not see the attachment, he thinks it is completely gone. This is important for the development of secure attachment
    Thank soo much, it makes sense now.
 
 
 
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