What are some of the ways in which the following settings might complicate the application of Bowlby’s and Ainsworth’s concepts of secure attachment?

What are some of the ways in which the following settings might complicate the application of Bowlby’s and Ainsworth’s concepts of secure attachment?

(a) Infancy spent in a small day care setting, with the same people each day. (b) Infancy spent living with both parents, two grandparents, an aunt and cousin in the home. (c) Childhood spent living next door to extended family and close friends. (d) A six-month-old infant’s mother dying in a car crash, following which a devoted but bereaved family member assumes the caregiving role. (e) Infancy spent with teenage mother completing her education, while very caring attentive grandparents share primary caregiving roles. (f) Infancy spent with parents running a busy shop or pub, in which many familiar faces are a routine occurrence. (g) Infancy spent with a mother experiencing postnatal depression, for whom social interactions are overwhelming and avoided

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What are some of the ways in which the following settings might complicate the application of Bowlby’s and Ainsworth’s concepts of secure attachment?

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