The effects of institutionalisation on emotional development Key Word: Disinhibited attachment –
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The effects of institutionalisation on emotional development
Disinhibited attachment –
a behaviour pattern shown by children who have been raised in institutions. Key features include attention seeking behaviour towards all adults, even strangers, a lack of fear of strangers, making inappropriate physical contact with adults and a lack of checking back to the parents in times of stress
Conditions in Romanian orphanages were very poor and children were often neglected