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1.Expressions of discomfort, such as clinging to the mother, in the presence of strangers. (2 Words)
4.The degree to which an infant's temperament is adaptable to his or her environment, and vice versa. (3 Words)
6.The Process of selecting experiences on the basis of temperament. (2 Words)
8.A mutual, interlocking pattern of attachment behaviors shared by a parent and child.
10.A pattern of attachment in which the infant shows little exploratory behavior, is greatly upset when separated from the mother, and is not reassured by her return or efforts to comfort him. (2 Words)
13.The view that infants are biologically predisposed to form emotional bonds with caregivers and that the characteristics of those bonds shape later social and personality development. (2 Words)
14.An infant's use of others' facial expressions as a guide to his or her own emotions. (2 Words)
1.Expressions of discomfort, such as crying, when separated from an attachment figure. (2 Words)
2.A pattern of attachment in which an infant seems confused or apprehensive and shows contradictory behavior, such as moving toward the mother while looking away from her. (2 Words)
3.A pattern of attachment in which an infant avoids contact with the parent and shows no preference for the parent over other people. (2 Words)
5.A pattern of responding to people and objects in the environment.
7.An infant's awareness that she or he is a separate person who endures through time and space and can act on the environment. (2 Words)
9.A pattern of attachment in which an infant readily separates from the parent, seeks proximity when stressed, and uses the parent as a safe base for exploration. (2 Words)
11.The toddler's understanding that she or he is defined by various categories such as gender or qualities such as shyness. (2 Words)
12.Inborn predispositions, such as anxiety level, that form the foundations of personality.
13.The emotional tie to a parent experienced by an infant, from which the child derives security.

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