<p>Security of attachment plays a key role in a caregiver's relationship with the child. Though this construct is studied extensively during infancy, early and middle childhood in the west, there are only a few Indian studies available on early childhood. The present article reports three studies which examine security of attachment in middle childhood and adolescence using the Security Scale developed by Kerns et al. (2000).</p>
Gitanjali Natarajan, U, H., P, K., and G., G., “Security of attachment in children and adolescents-An Indian experience.”, Asian Journal of Psychiatry, p. 3, 2010.