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A Japanese infant in child care shows insecure/ambivalent attachment during a strange situation study. What would be the best cultural explanation for this finding?

▸ Departure patterns of parents of this cultural group lead to greater short-term upset during departures.

▸ Japanese infants tend to spend more time with parents and may show more upset at departure and more extreme reunion behaviors in this Western research method.

▸ Socialization practices in this cultural group may nurture ambivalence and a greater likelihood of independent behavior during separations.

▸ Infants of this cultural group are more likely to have multiple caregivers leading to ambivalent-appearing reunion behaviors in the strange situation technique.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Japanese infants tend to spend more time with parents and may show more upset at departure and more extreme reunion behaviors in this Western research method.
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