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Attachment can be defined as an emotional bond that develops between two people, e.g. between an infant and a parent/care-giver. A close relationship is formed with a person to give the child a sense of security. Although feelings of distress can occur when the child and the care-giver are being separated, great enjoyment takes its place when they are together.  This solid bond determines how a child develops emotionally and socially. The child?s security and trust is a response to a parent?s availability and reliability or readiness to respond to the child?s needs. Bretherton and Waters (1985) found that when a child has a stable relationship with the primary care-giver, he will most likely develop a healthy self-esteem.  Attachments are formed throughout our lives, but scientists are more interested in the bond formed between a mother or a primary carer and the infant. Schaffer and Emerson (1964) conducted a study with 60 Scottish babies from birth to 18 months, observing and recording biological mothers? interaction with their babies. They primarily focused on the findings of a child?s reaction when separated from the care-giver. They concluded that the attachment between a primary care-giver and an infant develops over a period of time, which they then later grouped