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Which of the following would provide the best evidence that an infant's temperament affects the attachment bond between infant and parent?
Infants who are "difficult" are more likely to be insecurely attached than infants who are "easy."
In Harry Harlow's later experiments, baby monkeys who were completely isolated showed the largest developmental delays.
After Harry Harlow's early experiments, researchers added a new type of insecure attachment called "disorganized," which correlates strongly with abuse.
Caregivers and infants who have "mismatched" temperaments are just as likely to be securely attached as caregivers and infants who "match."
Caregivers who do not respond to their infants quickly and instead leave them to "cry it out" are much more likely to have insecurely attached infants.