An internal working model (e.g., Ainsworth, 1972), its role in the formation of a secure attachment, and its importance within contemporary developmental psychology

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Internal working model is the process of thinking that is determined by past experiences and assists in considering possible responses and actions. It influences how individuals interact with others based on types of attachment such as disorganized, insecure avoidant, insecure ambivalent, and secure attachments respectively. It encourages developing the child to assume and consider certain responses and actions from the loved ones and lacks them from strangers and other people where there is an insignificant attachment.

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