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Children who are securely attached to their primary caregivers are 2.5 times less likely to develop social and behavioural problems ...

„Evidence from a meta-analysis of over 69 studies suggests that internalising behaviours (such as anxiety, low mood, and withdrawal) and externalising behaviours (such as aggression and hyperactivity) are associated with insecure attachment. […] Children who are securely attached to their primary caregivers are 2.5 times less likely to develop social and behavioural problems and show more adaptability, adjustment and exhibit enhanced social skills in later childhood.“
Social Mobility Commission (Hrsg.), „Helping Parents to Parent“, 20. Februar 2017, S. 12