Faculty mentor: Lee Raby
The security of a child’s attachment to a caregiver is a critical component of a child’s early development. This study examined correlations between children’s attachment security and their behavioral issues, and how these varied between low-risk and high-risk groups of children. I hypothesized that higher ratings of attachment security would be associated with lower levels of behavioral problems for both low-risk and high-risk groups of children.
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