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What is Reactive attachment disorder of infancy?

What is Reactive attachment disorder of infancy?

  • Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: A disorder where infants fail to develop a normal attachment to their primary caregiver. It may be caused by such things as neglect, abuse and caregiver unresponsiveness during the early years of life. The severity and type of symptoms are variable.

Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: Introduction

Types of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy:

Broader types of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy:

What causes Reactive attachment disorder of infancy?

Causes of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: see causes of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy

What are the symptoms of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy?

Symptoms of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: see symptoms of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy

Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Reactive attachment disorder of infancy.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Reactive attachment disorder of infancy.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: Pediatrician, Psychiatrist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Reactive attachment disorder of infancy.
Treatments for Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: see treatments for Reactive attachment disorder of infancy
Research for Reactive attachment disorder of infancy: see research for Reactive attachment disorder of infancy

Name of Reactive attachment disorder of infancy

Main name of condition: Reactive attachment disorder of infancy

 

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