Onlychantele
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In the pschology spec, it says we would need to know the role of a father...we (in class) haven't outlined the role of the father...now that l remember... l am so confused.
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The father has no less of a role than the mother, they're just important in a different way - through playing with the child.

Other psychologists say that the father is a secondary attachment figure, the mother being the primary.
You usually attach with the father by 9 (?) Months (it might be 6, or less, I can't remember!!)
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But how am l suppose to outline the role of a father for 6 marks? I have the evaluation points already.
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(Original post by Onlychantele)
But how am l suppose to outline the role of a father for 6 marks? I have the evaluation points already.
Just sum up these 3 paragraphs, 2 marks per part
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