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__________ is defined as the close emotional bond that forms between infants and their primary caregiver. A. Temperament B. Security C. Contact comfort D. Attachment
Attachment is defined as the close emotional bond that forms between infants and their primary caregiver.
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Attachment is defined as the close emotional bond that forms between infants and their primary caregiver.
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