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Prior to the Middle Ages, children in Western society were:

▸ cared for by hired caregivers, so bonding with parents rarely occurred.

▸ smothered with affection to the point where personality development was often inhibited.

▸ believed to be nonpersons in infancy and little adults by age 7.

▸ believed to be dependent and uneducable until 8 years of age.
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believed to be nonpersons in infancy and little adults by age 7.
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