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Long-term Effects of Attachment

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What are the long-term differences between securely and insecurely attached infants?

A

None, because infantile amnesia means nothing from the first three years is remembered.

B

None, because psychologists do not really use the word "attachment" after infancy.

C

While there are some differences through the preschool years, these disappear by the time children are school-aged.

D

Securely attached infants have healthier relationships later in life.

E

Securely attached infants become dependent on their parents later in life.