Research into the many different facets of attachment has led to the development of a variety of research methods, many of which are discussed elsewhere in this book, such as the Adult Attachment Interview , Child Attachment Interview , self-report measures of attachment , Story Stem Completion and the Strange Situation Procedure . Attachment-related research methods for young children tend to be based on observations of their behaviour, as is the case for the Strange Situation Procedure. However, the Strange Situation Procedure is usually only suitable for children aged between around 9 and 18 months of age and so other methods of observation sfor older children have also been developed.
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