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(New page: {{DevPsy}} '''Seperation individuation''' is the normal process by which a child disengages from its mother and develops an individual identity ==See also== *[[Attachmen...)
 
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Seperation individuation is the normal process by which a child disengages from its mother and develops an individual identity

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