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A New Study Found That Toddlers With Insecure Attachment To Their Moms Are More Likely To Inaccurately Gauge The Trustworthiness Of Strangers In Teenhood

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Social development starts during infancy. Just after birth, newborns begin to process facial expressions and gestures first. Then, children only continue to gather and internalize social information from their parents as they grow. And these actions and emotions that children learn through their parents are crucial to the development of healthy relationships later in life. […]

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